ProMinent Chlorine dioxide is an extremely reactive gas, which – because of its instability – cannot be stored, and must only be produced in the required quantities in special plants on the site
where it is to be used. Chlorine dioxide offers a number of advantages for water disinfection compared with chlorine, the disinfectant mainly used
The Selection Guide supports you in pre-selecting the right chlorine dioxide system for your application.
Chlorine dioxide is increasingly gaining acceptance, particularly in the control of Legionella and other bacteria in the potable water used in public buildings such as hospitals, hotels or sports
complexes. With the new Bello Zon® system, the requirements of smaller and mid-sized buildings can be reliably handled too.
Up to 10 g/h of chlorine dioxide, especially for the combat of legionella in smaller and mid-sized public buildings, such as hospitals, hotels or sports complexes.
Capacity range: 1 - 20 g/h to 20 - 2.000 g/h
The ideal system for medium to large water quantities. The continuous treatment is safe and simple thanks to the use of diluted chemicals.
Capacity range: 7,5 - 150g/h to 600-12.000 g/h
This plant produces chlorine dioxide for large water quantities. The continuous water treatment is particularly economic thanks to the use of concentrated chemicals.