GraphEAT™

Disinfection of potable water was one of the main improvements to public health in the 20th century where the use of chemical disinfectants in municipal waterworks reduced the waterborne diseases by far. Among different chemicals only chlorine, ozone and chlorine dioxide are of economic relevance.
Chlorine Dioxide (ClO2) is a powerful yet selective oxidant and biocide, disinfectant and sanitiser where it is becoming increasingly utilised for water purification. GraphEAT™ is a process whereby nano-cavitated chlorine dioxide is effectively utilised in water disinfection. Nano-cavitation of Chlorine Dioxide increases the solubility level by 10 times in water compared to chlorine and does not require chlorine gas generators which can be hazardous if not maintained well.

How it Works

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Applications & Advantages

Why Choose GraphEAT™?

Reduce Chemicals

Reduce disinfection chemicals by 30%

Safer Operation

Safer operation as Cl2 gas generator is not required

Prevent Corrosion

Prevents corrosion and scale

Lower Capex

Lower capex

Nano Molecules

Nano sized molecules are 10X more soluble in water than chlorine

Prevent Biofilm

Prevents biological fouling / biofilm

Easy Maintenance

Ease of maintenance as there is no handling of chemicals

Stable & Pure

Stable ClO2 with purity of 99.9999%

Lower Footprint

Lower footprint

Nano-Chlorinated

Nano-chlorinated chlorine dioxide disinfects and sanitises in seconds, where other microbiocides can take many hours or even days to work

• Water disinfection & drinking water purification

• Wastewater disinfection and odour control

• Oil field biocide

• Cooling tower and cooling water biocide

• Legionella control in hot and cold water systems

• Biofilm control and removal

• Iron and manganese removal

• Control of hydrogen sulphide, phenol and cyanide destruction