Element name: Chlorine
CHEMICAL GROUP: Non-metals
Density: 3,200 kg / m3
|V 10 k - automaticSCU||V 10 k - manual||S 10 k - manual||V 10 k - automatic|
SYSTEMS Dosing of chlorine gas (manual / automatic) The capacity of 1 g / h - 200 kg / h
- INJECTORS PAPER
- vACUUM lINES
- SENSES PAPER IN THE AIR
- MEASUREMENT AND REGULATION
- NEUTRALIZING PAPER
Many decades chlorine gas is the dominant chemicals for disinfection of drinking water.
As the most cost-efficient financial disinfectant supplied in gas or liquid form packaged in cylinders or containers.
Vacuum gas dosing V10K and other models can also be used for dosing of carbon dioxide (CO2) and to reduce the pH to stabilize hardness in drinking water. Vacuum feeders are very suitable for the dosing of sulfur dioxide (SO 2) for dechlorination applications and for ammonia (NH3).
Element name: Chlorine Dioxide
Molar mass: 67.45 g / mol
As an alternative to chlorine gas chlorine dioxide is most often used in the disinfection of drinking water. Chlorine-dioxide is a strong dezinficijans and excellent in removing odor from the water.
Chemical has a much higher oxidative potential than chlorine and can achieve destruction of organic substances, viruses and spores that remain intact after contact with chlorine.
Using chlorine dioxide does not result in the formation of trihalometanes or AOX. By acting oxidized and reduced nasty neutral component or substance odor from the water such as phenols, algae and their products resulting from the decomposition nihovog.
UVA (longwave): 400-315 nm
UVB (powered medium): 315-280 nm
UVC (short): <280 nm
UV disinfection is the most common form of disinfection in a variety of applications.
Benefits of UV has over competitive disinfection are not reproduced the taste, smell, color; does not change the pH of the water; does not require chemicals, is easy to install and operate, requiring continuous monitoring; labor costs are extremely low comparing with competitive devices ...
|CWG_UV/W360||1 360 l/h||08-100-315|
|CWG_UV/W480||1 810 l/h||08-100-320|
|CWG_UV/W720||2 720 l/h||08-100-325|
|CWG_UV/FC8||1 810 l/h||08-100-350|
|CWG_UV/FC12||2 720 l/h||08-100-355|
|CWG_UV/FC15||3 400 l/h||08-100-360|
|CWG_UV/FC20||4 536 l/h||08-100-365|
|CWG_UV/FC24||5 443 l/h||08-100-370|
|CWG_UV/FC35||7 938 l/h||08-100-375|
|CWG_UV/FC45||10 200 l/h||08-100-380|
|CWG_UV/FC70D||15 900 l/h||08-100-400|
|CWG_UV/FC120D||27 250 l/h||08-100-410|
|CWG_UV/FC180D||40 880 l/h||08-100-420|
|CWG_UV/FC250D||56 780 l/h||08-100-430|
Element name: Ozone
Molar mass: 47,998 g · mol-1
In various areas of application of ozone ensures efficiency and environmental care, starting with the treatment of water.
Although it is still subject to competition with other oxidation and disinfection methods, equipment and chemicals, ozone generator always achieve positive points its economy.
The various applications of ozone, even 24 hours a day imposes high safety and reliability of the devices.