Biofilm
Chlorine dioxide, comparison chart
Biofilm is a very diverse aggregation of microorganisms that, in contact with polysackarids, is formed on surfaces adjacent to liquids. Polymer compounds and mostly polysackarids are micro-organisms’ extra-cellular substances and are called Slime or EPS (extracellular polymeric substance). These polymeric compounds act as guardian and stabilizer for micro-organisms. Biofilm ...
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Effectiveness in Wide ranges of pH
Chlorine dioxide, comparison chart
Chlorine or brome react in water and turn in to hypochlorous or hypobromous acid. Hypochlorous acid (or hypobromous acid) are known as active chlorine and result in destruction of microorganisms. These acids are also decomposed to hypochlorite or hypobromite ions.                   ...
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Amount of Consumption
Chlorine dioxide, comparison chart
After dissolution in water and before being consumed to destroy micro-organisms, chlorine is first oxidized by oxidation compounds such as hydrogen sulfide, iron and manganese. Then, it reacts with organic compounds and ammonia in water. The remaining chlorine is then changed to hypochlorous acid and depending on pH of ...
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Advantages & Disadvantages
Chlorine dioxide, comparison chart
A list of advantages of using chlorine dioxide is provided here: Unaffected disinfection strength in a wide range of pH No production of harmful substances like: THMs, Dioxins, and Chlorinated Terpenes, Chloroacetic acids No production of bromates as a carcinogen agent Capable of destroying all types of bacteria, viruses, ...
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