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Clearwater Launches New Water Purity Range with Pureox 3500 Chlorine Dioxide Generator

Posted: Tuesday 27th November 2018

Clearwater Technology Ltd, the nationwide provider of water, air and hygiene management, has today announced the launch of Pureox 3500, a new generator system for the purification of water using Chlorine Dioxide (ClO2). The Clearwater Pureox 3500 ClO2 Generator guarantees water purity in domestic, drinking and process water systems by preventing the build-up of microorganisms and Biofouling within the system.

Offering the safest, purest and most stable method of producing Chlorine Dioxide onsite, the Clearwater Pureox 3500 range of generators ensures all Chlorine Dioxide generated is used at the point of application. The generator optimises the conversion reaction to ensure that the Chlorine Dioxide being produced at its purest.

Thanks to its unique and innovative sequential, batching system, the Clearwater range of ClO2 generators overcome various drawbacks typically associated with two-pack Chlorine Dioxide generators. The Clearwater Pureox 3500 system is particularly effective against Biofouling (Sessile Bacteria) and Legionella, Pseudomonas and Cryptosporidium among many other pathogenic microorganisms. (Planktonic Bacteria).

“Pureox 3500 represents a significant leap in chemical dosing for water systems,” said Karl Wharton, Managing Director, Clearwater Technology. “This exciting addition to Clearwater’s innovative range of products and solutions will benefit customers across all verticals, from disinfection and sterilisation in healthcare to cooling towers and process water in food and beverage and manufacturing facilities, to any domestic or commercial buildings, the unique, sequential, batching system will provide easier and more efficient generation and dosing of the purest Chlorine Dioxide possible.”

The Clearwater Pureox 3500 range is one of a kind in that it ensures optimum strength (to BSEN12671), optimum dilution, optimum stability and optimum conversion through the innovative delivery of batched quantities of Chlorine Dioxide. The system includes built-in service software which stores service and treatment information for up to three years.

Pureox 3500 requires lower chemical concentrations making them easier to dose while achieving 98% Conversion efficiency. The Clearwater system is also WRAS compliant which is a requirement for many systems in the UK that carry or receive water from the public mains water supply. Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE




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