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Water purification processes have led to a reduction in water-borne diseases due to the fact that most of the pathogenic microorganisms (bacteria, viruses and parasites) are eliminated in the stages of coagulation, flocculation, sedimentation or filtration. To have safe drinking water necessary the process of disinfection is also a condition. The most commonly used disinfectants are: chlorine, peroxide, bromine, silver, ozone and ultraviolet rays, each of which has advantages or disadvantages and can be used to disinfect water under certain conditions.

Sodium Chlorite

Sodium chloride (25%) has been used for many years for microbiological wastewater treatment.

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Sodium hypochlorite

Sodium hypochlorite (12.5%) is used to purify water as an oxidizing and disinfecting agent. Its use is a preferred technical possibility in small drinking and wastewater treatment plants due to the fact that its dosing plants are simplified as much as possible. The process of dosing sodium hypochlorite solution can be easily controlled by automatic […]

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