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Anthium Dioxcide Presents The Future of Disinfection
Sources of Microbial Contamination
Sources of microbial contamination post-medicator Medicator bucket sanitation; top Maintaining clean medicator room or area Vitamin & Antibiotic usage adds to problem Follow usage with Anthium Dioxcide
Over time Biofilms form Multiple layers
Biofilm Removal and Prevention – Essential for Preparing Surface for Disinfection
Introducing Two Oxidative Chemistry Lines from DAHS Anthium Dioxcide
Broad Spectrum Antimicrobial Activity Effective over a wide pH range Does not chlorinate or form halogenated organics (carcinogens) Residuals easily analyzed Effective against biofilms Bacteria, protozoa and virus inactivation including spore forming organisms Introducing Anthium Dioxcide International Dioxcide A Dupont Company
Anthium Dioxcide Selective oxidation chemistry – no free radical chlorine to form THM’s or HAA’s Easily proportioned into water lines Cost effective. To make three gallons stock solution (384 gallons H2O) Complements AquaMax program Not temperature sensitive
Advantages of Anthium Dioxcide The properties of Anthium Dioxcide make it more effective than: Chlorine Peracetic acid Hypochlorite Potassium permanganate Inorganic acids
Advantages of Anthium Dioxcide Remains a dissolved gas, maintaining 100% activity under varied conditions Effective in pH range 3-10, providing microbial control eliminating sludge and biofilms Excellent oxidizer for iron & manganese, eliminating sludge and biofilms in water lines Controls taste & odor problems associated with hydrogen sulfide, chlorophenols and biological organisms
Advantages of Anthium Dioxcide Selective oxidation allows it to resist neutralization by organics and hardness High efficacy means lower amounts of chemicals needed with doses less than 5 ppm Less corrosive than chlorine, sodium hypochlorite and inorganic acids EASY to USE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Degrades to Sodium Chloride Does Not Chlorinate Does Not Form Carcinogenic or Mutagenic Disinfection By-products (THM’s) Twenty to Thirty Times More Efficacious Than Other Disinfectants Less Chemical Use Organic (NOL) Environmental Advantages Super Activated w/ inorganic & organic acids
How it Works!!!!!!!!
ClO 2 Disinfecting Properties Kills Bacteria, Spores, Viruses, Fungi and Algae Fast Acting: Kills Within Minutes of Contact Effective Over a Wide pH Range Organisms Cannot Develop Immunity Effective Over a Wide Temperature Range Easily Measured Residual
Selective Oxidative Attack on Aromatic and Sulfur Containing Amino Acids Contained in Enzymatic and Structural Proteins Aromatics: Trytophan and Tyrosine Sulfur Containing: Cysteine and Methionine Causes Disfunction of Metabolism, Respiration, Active Transport and Protein Synthesis Weakens Cell Structure - Loss of Integrity Mode of Disinfecting Action
How Does ClO2 Work? ClO 2 ClO 2 Diffuses Through the Protective Layer and Inactivates the Pathogen From the Inside Out Bacteria ClO 2 Viruses Crypto
Biocidal Activity Effectiveness vs. pH Chlorine Dioxide Is an Effective Biocide From pH 3 to 10
Specific Use Instructions Make an initial stock solution by diluting 5oz Anthium Dioxcide in three gallons water Proportion into water line at 1oz per gallon of drinking water (5ppm) After 24 hours, rate reduced from 5ppm to 1ppm or 1 oz per three gallon of drinking water (minimum concentration=.5 ppm) Available in 5 gallon pails from WYNCO/IVS
Anthium Dioxcide Super Activated with Acidic Cleaners Can be mixed with Acidic Cleaners for Super Activation and Bleaching Action Acidic Barn Cleaner Acid-A-Foam ATW – 15 to 20 oz in Tray Wash Tank.8 oz/gallon of use solution Acid Cleaners.8 oz/ gallon alone with water Always add diluted Anthium Dioxcide first and then add use solution of acidic cleaner!
Uses of Anthium Dioxcide Waterline Maintenance
Waterline Maintenance – Between flocks 1 Make stock solution by mixing Anthium Dioxcide with water Open drain at end of waterline, when foam appears, close the line (picture) Trigger each nipple to allow all parts to be exposed to solution Allow treatment to stay in line for hr. Flush with fresh water until no foam appears
Routine Waterline Maintenance Bleach is most popular water additive: Produces free radical Chlorine molecules Negative effect on kidney function Loses biocidal efficacy above pH 7, inactivated by organic material, very volatile Forms Chlorinated organics, THM’s & HAA’s; known carcinogens coming under regulatory pressure, drinking water & chiller water PWT – sulphates, very corrosive, flushing