chlorine dioxide


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an explosive gas (ClO2) used chiefly in bleaching paper or starch or soap or flour and in water purification

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Preventive, predictive and corrective maintenance service for the chlorine, chlorine dioxide and reagents facilities of the treatment and facilities service of the mct, 2018-2019 (several).
Researchers had found that the chlorine dioxide gas could be released too quickly, which could cause chemical burns on fruit.
ARS helped develop chlorine dioxide pouches that kill microbes on produce.
Its product portfolio is organized into three primary categories: Disinfectants, Oxone and Chlorine Dioxide.
Each Aquadiox chlorine dioxide generator has a treatment capacity of 15 kg/h (750 ppd) to supplement two existing systems, each with a treatment capacity of 7.
The scientists found that rinsing the samples with 200 mg per L of sodium hypochlorite, or with peroxyacetic acid, or placing them in contact with gaseous chlorine dioxide, resulted in significantly higher reductions of the total plate count--1.
Based on previous testing performed using chlorine dioxide gas to successfully inactivate various Beta-Lactams, ClorDiSys Solutions, Inc.
Additionally, in transmission the meter tests for ammonia, chloride, chlorine dioxide, chromium hexavalent, cyanuric acid, iodine, iron, low-range total hardness, manganese, nitrate, nitrite, acid pH, alkali pH, potassium, sulfate, sulfide and turbidity.
30pm on Thursday after five litres of chlorine dioxide leaked in a ground-floor room.
Firefighters in protective clothing and masks to enter the halls of residence at Lovaine Halls, off Northumberland Road, in Newcastle, after a container containing chlorine dioxide burst in the building's plant room.
Strate's product is a 4-pound machine that rapidly generates and disperses chlorine dioxide gas to eliminate harmful germs in health care facilities and anywhere dangerous microorganisms may live.
Linton has been conducting studies with chlorine dioxide gas, the sanitizer that was used to treat anthrax-tainted mail in 2001.
That includes production units for sodium chlorate (58,000 metric tons/yr), chlorine dioxide (45 metric tons/day), oxygen (69 metric tons/day), and a tank park for handling all chemicals from other sources.