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Chlorine Dioxide In Water Treatment

Chlorine dioxide is an extremely reactive gas, which ‐ because of its instability ‐ cannot be stored, and must only be produced in the required quantities in special generators on the site where it is to be used. Chlorine dioxide offers a number of advantages for water disinfection compared with other disinfectants such as chlorine.

Model Range Chlorine Dioxide Systems

Chlorine Dioxide Plants Bello Zon CDLb

Chlorine dioxide is increasingly gaining acceptance, particularly in the control of Legionella and other bacteria in the potable water used in public buildings such as hospitals, hotels or sports complexes. With the Bello Zon system, the requirements of smaller and mid-sized buildings can be reliably handled too. (...more)


Chlorine Dioxide System Legio Zon **No longer available, for reference only**

Chlorine dioxide is increasingly gaining acceptance, particularly in the control of Legionella and other bacteria in the potable water used in public buildings such as hospitals, hotels or sports complexes. With the new Bello Zon system, the requirements of smaller and mid-sized buildings can be reliably handled too. (...more)


Chlorine Dioxide Plants Bello Zon CDVd

Capacity range: 16 - 468 lbs/day
ProMinent® Bello Zon generators provide reliable and maintenance-reduced production and metering of chlorine dioxide under the highest safety standards.(...more)


Chlorine Dioxide Plants Bello Zon CDKd

Capacity range: 56 - 1,750 lbs/day
ProMinent® Bello Zon generators provide reliable and maintenance-reduced production and metering of chlorine dioxide under the highest safety standards. (...more)


Chlorine Dioxide Plants Bello Zon CDLb H2SO4

Capacity range: 8 - 89 g/h
An extremely low-chloride chlorine dioxide solution is produced from sodium chlorite and sulfuric acid. Batch production is an extremely safe, managed process. The low-chloride ClO2 solution is suited for disinfection applications in stainless steel environments such as tunnel pasteurizers, autoclaves and belt-based lubrication systems. (...more)