Disinfection – be it for cleaning in place (CIP), emergency or secondary potable water disinfection, or keeping cooling towers free of biological growth – usually requires the shipping, storage and handling of hazardous chemicals.
Additionally, the purchased supply of chlorine we use dissipates fast. We’ve all seen a swimming pool turn green in the sun, and the same happens with totes of concentrated chemicals that need to be delivered on a regular basis. Storing and diluting sodium hypochlorite (bleach) is dangerous and expensive.
How Earthwise Environmental Can Help
Earthwise Environmental offers on-site hypochlorite generators that allow you to take control of your disinfectant supply in uncertain times and ensure that your staff and clients are safe from the hazards of chemicals on site. We also provide water quality monitoring services to keep you informed about the health of your system.
Chlorine – Where You Need It, When You Need It
Our sodium hypochlorite generators are sourced from a number of manufacturers depending on the quantity of solution needed. We provide electro chlorination systems to make from 60 gallons to 200 gallons of 0.45% to 0.8% Free Available Chlorine (FAC) solution each day.
Weak enough to handle with care, strong enough for CIP, emergency or secondary disinfection of drinking water, and cooling tower disinfectant to prevent the contraction of Legionnaire’s Disease.
On-site chlorine disinfection can take place anywhere, for nearly any purpose. Reduce your chemical demand in any industry.
- Water Utilities
- Food and Beverage
- Oil and Gas
- Cooling Water
- Drinking Water
- Process Water
- Clean in Place (CIP)
- Pools and Spas
How It Works – Hypochlorite Generation by Electrolysis
Minerals already existent in the water supplied by the city, or those supplied by creating a salt solution in a brine well, pass through a unit that electrolyzes the water and minerals. When direct electrical current is applied to the salt and water solution in this water disinfection system, it forces the mineral ions apart. When they recombine, one of the products is a weak concentration of chlorine, the element of choice for disinfection.
- Stabilize Your Bleach Supply
- Reduce Your Exposure to Supply Chain Concerns
- Enable Your Mobility
Take Back Control