Continuous Disinfection & Chlorine Dioxide
Why do I need a Continuous Disinfection Unit?
All commercial domestic water systems should have a continuous bacterial control regime in place. Traditionally, most systems have used temperature control, hence the need to regularly monitor this aspect. Increasingly however, continuous injection of chemical disinfectants is used as an alternative. This must be completed under approval of The Drinking Water Inspectorate (DWI). The most common chemical disinfectant used for these purposes is Chlorine Dioxide, normally generated at the point of injection by the controlled blending of two chemicals.
There are many benefits of this system which include 24/7 protection and potentially massive energy savings. There are numerous applications that would benefit from this system.