Diox Forte is used to disinfect the reactor in between 2 batches. Diox Forte is also added in the rinse water for the rinsing the recipients before filling. The used concentration is 2,5 ppm. The result is very satisfactory and this company can claim his 100 % pathogen-free policy without problems.
Storage tanks are subject to a rinsing procedure between 2 batches. The last step in these procedures is the disinfection with Diox Forte. They used to use hypochlorite in this step, as they have it available as raw material for their production process, but with too much corrosion and regular replacements of the pipings as a consequence. By switching to Diox Forte, they achieve a better disinfection and the side effects have been reduced considerably.
Filling lines are subject to a rinsing procedure between 2 batches. A storage tank with Diox Forte is brought on specs with Diox Forte at 2,5 ppm. After a manual concentration control, the rinsing water is applied.
RO + condensed water is disinfected with Diox Forte. The water is disinfected before entering storage tanks and after leaving the tanks to production. In total up to 400 m³/h. This client has choosen Diox Forte because of the power of chorine dioxide in combination with the minimised disinfection by-products.
The Diox Forte is generated on site by an EasyDis F500
RO water is reused as rinsing water. Every day, 600 m³ water is disinfected before it is distributed throughout 14 circuits all over the plant.
Water treatment effluent is stored into a buffer tank. This water is continuously held on a 0,2 ppm concentration of ClO2 by means of recirculation. A ClO2 inline sensor measures on a continuous base the residual concentration of Diox Forte and controls the dosing pump accordingly. The water is used as rinsing water in fish production.
Incoming communal water is additionally disinfected. This meat treating company wants to minimise each potential contamination and at the same time keep its piping network free of biofilm.
Adhoc disinfection of the piping network in a vegetable treating company. Within 1 week, the piping network is disinfected while production continous at 1000 m³ water per day.
Meat processing company: disinfection of cold water + continuous disinfection of
warm/hot water in the ring circuit
Ad hoc disinfection of an old piping network with persistent Legionella infection. Childcare services for 65 children with showers, completely negative on all test after one week treatment.
Many breweries use Diox Forte to disinfect their brewing water and thus to avoid contamination of the brewing process. Controlling each step in the process is essential for guaranteeing a continuous quality.
The ready availability of clean fresh water is essential in pig farming. Insufficient attention is given to this on many farms.
The waterintake per day varies from 5l for a slaughter pig to 30 l for a lactating sow.
Water is a critical, but often overlooked, nutrient. Water is involved in every aspect of animal metabolism. At normal temperatures, chickens typically consume twice as much water as feed. During periods of high temperature, water consumption can double or quadruple. To remain healthy, poultry flocks require water of adequate quality and quantity.
Water is the most important nutrient for cattle. It accounts for 50 to 80 percent of an animal's weight and is
involved in every physiological process. Cattle must have free access to all the quality water they will consume.
When the quality of the water is bad, the consumption decreases, feed intake greatly decreases, the animal becomes dehydrated, stops producing milk and body functions fail.