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  • Chlorine Dioxide
    Chlorine dioxide is used as an oxidizing microbiocide in industrial cooling water treatment, the dairy industry, the meat industry, and many other food and beverage industry applications. It is used as a bleaching agent in the pulp and paper industry, and as a disinfectant in municipal water
  • Inline Chlorine Dioxide Monitoring - Pulp Bleaching
    Chlorine Dioxide (ClO2) has become the most significant bleaching agent in the pulp and paper industry for Elemental Chlorine-Free (ECF) bleaching. Different bleaching sequences must be used in the production of various pulps. This depends on the pulping process used, the residual lignin content
  • The evolution in Eucalyptus pulp bleaching
    THE EVOLUTION IN EUCALYPTUS KRAFT MARKET PULP BLEACHING FROM FOUR TO TWO STAGES - A COMPARISON OF OPTIONS Degussa AG, PO Box 1345m D-63403 Hanau, Germany Alliance Peroxide, PO Box 105, Umbogintwini, 4120, South Africa ozone, chlorine dioxide, hydrogen peroxide, short sequence bleaching, electricity
  • Use of industrial waste water
    , biobleaching, chlorine dioxide, soda-aq pulp The utilisation of pulp mill effluents as carbon feedstock for microbial xylanase production is an unexplored field of research. In this study, the use of concentrated spent sulphite liquor (SSLc) as carbon substrate for xylanase production
  • Pulping and bleaching of SAS-AQ
    PULPING AND BLEACHING OF SAS-AQ BAGASSE PULPS Sappi Technology Centre, PO Box 3252, Springs 1560, South Africa bagasse, shives, SAS-AQ, ECF, TCF, chlorine dioxide, peroxide, peracetic acid The development of a SAS-AQ pulping procedure to produce pulp with a low shive content, in the region
  • Medical Device Link .
    the effects of a range of sterilization methods on the microbial barrier properties of Tyvek. The results of radiation sterilization tests are presented here; the results of tests using ethylene oxide, chlorine dioxide, steam, Plazlyte, and Sterrad sterilization will be discussed in a future issue
  • Medical Device Link . Compatibility of Medical Devices and Materials with Low-Temperature Hydrogen Peroxide Gas Plasma A new sterilization technique safely treated about 95% of the materials tested in an average of 75 minutes.
    , OH), chlorine dioxide (Johnson & Johnson, New Brunswick, NJ), and high-intensity visible light (PureBright, PurePulse Technologies, San Diego). Very little information has been published to date on materials compatibility with these processes; therefore, recently more than 600 individual
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    , and re-releases the chlorine to react again. But as Sloan said: "If this were the only chemistry going on, it would not represent too serious a problem because there is a lot of nitrogen dioxide (NO2) up there

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