Sanipur Monochloramine Generation is a patented device used to generate monochloramine for use as a secondary disinfection in water systems for the control of Legionella and other harmful bacteria. Monochloramine is a preferred method over other secondary disinfection chemistries (such as chlorine/hypochlorite and chlorine dioxide) as it is safe to use on materials common in water systems such as polyolefin plastics (which get hardened and cracked by other oxidizers,) copper, galvanized, and stainless steel.
Monochloramine is a weaker oxidant than chlorine, hypochlorite, or chlorine dioxide, which is an advantage in large water systems. Monochlorimaine will last longer in solution than these other oxidants, allowing it to better penetrate biofilm as well as persist in long runs and dead legs common in many water systems.
Sanipur Monochloramine Generators are automated, remote-controllable, and equipped with high standard safety devices. These generators produce high purity monochloramine while limiting harmful reaction by-products.
Sanipur generators are patented for use in hot water systems. Why treat the cold water system when bacteria and Legionella probles occur just on the hot water side? This allows for minimizing costs while still disinfecting the areas where Legionella and other bacteria flourish. If you want to treat the entire system, Sanipur can do that. But, treating just the hot water, which can only be done by Sanipur, minimizes the risk of disease will maximizing the economic benefits.
Advantages of Sanipur Monochloramine Generation:
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