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HALOX OPERATING MANUALS

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FACTS SHEETS - OVERVIEWS

 
Title Number Description
 
Chlorine Dioxide (ClO2) For Legionella
Control In Healthcare Facilities
MKT-DOC-0009 ClO2 for potable water in healthcare facilities
 
Integrated Chlorine Dioxide Systems MKT-DOC-0049
New Oct 2006
Chemical and electrochemical systems and ancillary equipment for generating, delivering, and measuring chlorine dioxide
 
Chlorine Dioxide (ClO2) Measurement And
Control (MAC) System
MKT-DOC-0047 Features/benefits of Halox cost-effective, reliable, high-
performance measurement and control (MAC) system
 
Biocidal Efficacy MKT-DOC-0019 ClO2 to eliminate planktonic and sessile bacteria, disinfect surfaces, and destroy biofilms
 
Halox Technologies MKT-DOC-0032 A brief look at our company
 
Reverse Osmosis (RO) System MKT-DOC-0033 A RO system sized to Halox ClO2 generators to aid in water demineralization.
 
Chlorine Dioxide (ClO2) for food and
beverage
MKT-DOC-0037
Updated Oct 06
Microbiological control for food and beverage processing and
packaging
 
Chlorine Dioxide (ClO2) for marine
applications
MKT-DOC-0008 Microbiological control in sea-going vessels, offshore installations and marinas
 
Chlorine Dioxide (ClO2) for cooling
systems
MKT-DOC-0036 Microbiological control in small to intermediate cooling systems
 
SeaMetrics WR Series Flow Meters
and Flow Sensors.
MKT-DOC-0040 Distributed product fact sheet for flow meters and flow sensors sized to Halox ClO2 generators.
 
SeaMetrics TX115/215 Hot-tap
Insertion Turbines
MKT-DOC-0044 Distributed product fact sheet for Hot-tap Insertion Turbines
designed to be installed or be serviced without depressurizing the pipe.
 
Accu-Meter ClO2 Colorimeter MKT-DOC-0045
Updated Oct 06
Colorimeter kit for on-site measurement of ClO2 residuals combining simplicity and accuracy with the convenience of a hand-held instrument..
 
Markets and Applications for Halox ClO2 MKT-DOC-0046
Updated Oct 06
List various uses for Halox chlorine dioxide
 

TECHNICAL DATA SHEETS - TECHNOLOGY REVIEWS

 
Title Number Description
 
Halox H1000SRE MKT-TDS-0039 Tech specs for Halox unit that produces up to 1.1 lb/day of ClO2
 
Halox H2000SRE MKT-TDS-0040 Tech specs for Halox unit that produces up to 5.5 lb/day of ClO2
 
Halox Chlorine Dioxide (ClO2) Sensor MKT-TDS-0036 An accurate and precise sensor for measuring residual levels of chlorine dioxide
 
Halox ClO2 Dosing Package MKT-TDS-0033 Detailed description of the ClO2 dosing package for pressurized systems
 
Chart-Treatment Of Water Systems MKT-TDS-0015 Compares ClO2 with copper/silver, chlorine, and high temperature
(140 F/60 C) for legionella control
 

REPRINTS - TECHNOLOGY APPLICATIONS/ARTICLES OF INTEREST

 
Title Publication Description
 
Chlorine Dioxide Safely Prevents
Water-Borne Nosocomial Infection
Reuters Health
Information
A report From The 45th Interscience Conference On Antimicrobial Agents And Chemotherapy on the use of chlorine dioxide to remove Legionella from a hospital's
water supply
 
Comparison Chart of Water Disinfection
Methods in a Hospital Environment
The Johns Hopkins Hospital - Facilities Engineering Prepared by Gregory Bova, Senior Operations Engineer, Johns Hopkins Hospital
 
Evaluation Of Chlorine Dioxide In Potable
Water Systems For Legionella Control In
An Acute Care Hospital Environment
The Johns Hopkins Hospital - Facilities Engineering The evaluation includes chlorine dioxide, its by-products and their impact on Legionella and pathogenic bacteria, biofilm, medical and laboratory filtration systems, corrosion rates and the environment.
 
Slide Presentation:
Evaluation Of Chlorine Dioxide In Potable
Water Systems For Legionella Control In
An Acute Care Hospital Environment
The Johns Hopkins Hospital - Facilities Engineering The evaluation includes chlorine dioxide, its by-products and their impact on Legionella and pathogenic bacteria, biofilm, medical and laboratory filtration systems, corrosion rates and the environment.
 
Food and Drug Administration amends rules
for generation and use of chlorine dioxide
Federal Register Food Additive Regulations
(21 CFR Part 173.3)
On February 14, 2005, the United States Food and Drug Administration amended the food additive regulations to permit the manufacture of chlorine dioxide by electrolysis of an aqueous solution of sodium chlorite.
 
Halox Press Release 21 CFR Part 173.3
Updated Oct 06
Halox press release that recaps and explains the above.
 
North Cambridgeshire (UK) Hospital -
A Case Study
Hospital Bulletin For
Estate And Facilities Managers
December 2000
Halox technology as an alternative to high temperature treatment of water to eliminate Legionella; a case study at North Cambridgeshire Hospital (UK)
 
Royal London Hospital Overcomes Health
Fears At The Dental Institute
Hospital Bulletin For
Estate And Facilities Managers
April 2001
Royal London Hospital (UK) eliminates Legionella threat
 
Assessing Risk Of Legionella ASHAE Journal
April 2004
Examines the factors that determine the risk of Legionellosis
 
Health System Triumphs Over Legionella AFE Facilities
Engineering November/December
2002
The winning entry in the AFE Foundation's 2002 Facilities Management Excellence competition
 
Keeping Legionella Out Of Water Systems Journal AWWA
January 2004
Controlling Legionella in a 23-building hospital complex
 
A 17-Month Evaluation of Chlorine Dioxide
Water Treatment System to Control
Legionella Species in a Hospital Water
Supply
Infection Control and
Hospital Epidemiology
August 2003
Assesses the Safety and Efficacy of a chlorine dioxide water treatment system in controlling Legionella at the Johns-Hopkins Hospital





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