Generox chlorine dioxide generation systems
Chlorine dioxide has been used for many years as an oxidizing biocide and disinfectant and has proven to effectively control a broad spectrum of aerobic and anaerobic microorganisms, including those that produce endospores and biofilm, and the bacteria that cause Legionnaires' disease and listeriosis.
Due to its fast action and selective oxidizing properties, chlorine dioxide is able to significantly reduce microbial activity quickly and effectively at a lower feed rate than traditional oxidizing biocides. As microbiological control is achieved using less chlorine dioxide, corrosion rates are reduced.
SOLENIS has decades of experience using chlorine dioxide in both process and water applications, including cooling towers, once-through systems, potable water, process water and wastewater. Two patented systems for producing chlorine dioxide at the customer’s site are offered: the Generox CSR (concentrated submersible reactor) system and the Generox tube reactor system.
While each system is unique, both systems provide customers with a safer and more efficient way to produce chlorine dioxide onsite.