De Nora receives DTRI approval for chlorine dioxide generation technology

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De Nora has announced its latest approval from the Desalination Technology Research Institute (DTRI), a division of Saudi Arabia’s Saline Water Conversion Corporation (SWCC), for its vacuum-based Capital Controls Chlorine Dioxide Generators.

 Testing by DTRI as part of the certification process consistently demonstrated a yield of from 95–97%, a ratio which represents high efficiency production of chlorine dioxide.
Testing by DTRI as part of the certification process consistently demonstrated a yield of from 95–97%, a ratio which represents high efficiency production of chlorine dioxide. - Image: De Nora Water Technologies

Testing by DTRI as part of the certification process consistently demonstrated a yield of from 95–97%, a ratio which represents high efficiency production of chlorine dioxide.

This is the second approval of De Nora chlorine dioxide generation technology by DTRI. In September 2019, De Nora’s underwater technology ISIA was also approved with a yield of up to 98% following the same process. The combination of advanced safety features of both vacuum and underwater designs with validated high yield offers safe and efficient solutions to meet modern treatment needs.

De Nora vacuum chlorine dioxide generators currently range in capacity from 0.5 kg/hour to 20 kg/hour and offer a mobile 20-foot container. The have a high efficiency rating, operating at a 97% yield, so requiring less chemicals, and saving customers money and water without sacrificing effectiveness

De Nora Water Technologies CEO, Dr Mirka Wilderer, said: “Since bringing ISIA under the De Nora umbrella of Capital Controls disinfection technologies, our capabilities with chlorine dioxide have excelled, which is extremely important in areas with advanced treatment needs. Chlorine dioxide has proven to be highly effective at treating water while also limiting by-products associated with desalination processes, such as bromate.”