Continuos Chlorination to control biofilm and GI diseases

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Controlling biofilm in pipeline for drinking water is possible by maintaining free residual chlorine level to more than 0.2 ppm constantly. While using chlorination for disinfection, it is essential to maintain free residual chlorine and consistency is the key. Usually is difficult to maintain free residual chlorine due to various reasons and chlorine gas being aggressive and highly reactive, it is difficult to control and equipment used for dosing may malfunction if proper care is not taken. This is possible for large treatment plants having sufficient skilled manpower; however, it is most difficult or rather impossible for smaller establishments or townships. For such establishments or even for individual houses now it is possible to maintain desired free residual chlorine level without fear of overdosing by using CHLORITARD. 

CHLORITARD is a unique product developed especially for remote places, small - large establishments where technical manpower is not available, water quality is not consistent and electricity is not available for very long time in a day! This is being used for more than two decades in India without failure once suitable pouch of CHLORITARD is suspended in overhead water tank once a month! This pouch containing bleaching powder with retard action maintains free residual chlorine to about 0.5 ppm consistently for 1 month. 

I am sure if such technology is used, there is no chance for microbes to develop biofilm. Pl contact me for more details at vm@vmbiotech.com 

Regards,

VM

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