Chlorine Dioxide generators for water disinfection

The system produces highly efficient and cost-effective combined desinfectant “Chlorine dioxide and chlorine” (CD), which can be used to replace liquid chlorine and sodium and calcium hypochlorites for drinking, recirculated and sewage water disinfection.

Advantage features

  • completely automated process;
  • CD liquid solution is produced by the system at site and is fed directly to the treated water through the pipeline;
  • systems can be placed in existing premises (e.g. chlorinator rooms) as well as supplied as part of DX-100MS modular stations;
  • replacement of liquid chlorine with the CD eliminates the potential threat of emergency situations related to chlorine storage, use and transportation;
  • system implementation leads to sufficient reduction of operating costs as compared to use of chlorine, hypochlorites and other water disinfection methods.

Technical features

Capacity of different modifications of systems, g/h*100 (disinfects 100-500 m3/h of water)
500 (disinfects 500-2,500 m3/h of water)
1,000 (disinfects 1,000-2,000 m3/h of water)
2,000 (disinfects 2,000-10,000 m3/h of water)**
50 (disinfects 50-250 m3/h of water)  
Intake water pressure, MPa, min.0.8
Power conumption, W, max.100
Overall dimensions, mm1,000 x 320 x 1,050

* If necessary, system capacity can be modified from 10 g/h for chlorine dioxide up to maximum values for each modification;

** When disinfecting underground waters that does not require purification, the maximum volume of treated water can reach up to 30,000 m3/h.

Advantages of the combined desinfectant compared to chlorine and hypochlorites

  • significantly higher (up to 10 times) bactericidal and oxidative activity; no formation of toxic chlororganic compounds;
  • effective dose of the desintectant is 6-20 times lower than chlorine and hypochlorites;
  • has a strong disinfecting effect within a wide range of water pH;
  • extended disinfecting effect (over 7 days) prevents secondary contamination of water in water-distribution system;
  • has a strong effect on bacteria, viruses, spores and algae;
  • reduces the content of ferrum, manganese as well as sulfides, cyanides and organic compounds in water;
  • has a strong odour-removing effect, improves drinking water taste;
  • does not require organization of sanitary protection zones around water-treating facilities;
  • removes and prevents formation of biofilms and rust in pipelines and equipment;
  • raw materials costs decrease by 1.5-2 times;