(Pre-)Oxidation of Potable Water
(Pre-)oxidation binds harmful substances in potable water
Requirements - (Pre-)Oxidation of Potable Water
It's essential to remove organic contaminants and poisonous arsenic from potable water. The same applies to metals like iron and manganese. These can discolour the water and impair its odour and taste. They can also form deposits, causing damage to pipework and machinery. Ozone Significantly less environmentally harmful by-products result from the generation and use of ozone ... more in the glossary, chlorine dioxide Chlorine dioxide is an exceptionally reactive gas, which is not stored due to its instability ... more in the glossary and metering systems from ProMinent are used in the oxidation process to remove metals and other contaminants or convert them into a form that allows them to be filtered out.
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