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Carboy Activation and Dispensing Container with release spigot

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The Carboy activation and dispensing container with release spigot is designed for use with Selective Micro Clean 750A product, a product used to clean and remove organic matter from fluid lines and reservoirs in clinical devices. Our carboy product is used for activation and dispensing of the 750A product, collectively, this enables full end user feasibility to activate and deliver 88ppm pure chlorine dioxide in 10L of water. The solution can be used for system cleaning, for example gravity fed into clinical reservoirs or other clinical devices strictly for cleaning and removing organic matter from fluid lines and reservoirs.

Wide and Low Range Pure ClO2 Detection Test Strips

Test-Strips

Operational Qualification & Test Strip Description: Wide Range. The wide range test strips for measuring chlorine dioxide incorporates the following: an oxidant test strip, a redox indicator, and a buffer. The test strips are formulated to test chlorine dioxide, via colorimetric analysis, in the range of 0-500ppm. The reaction of chlorine dioxide with the redox indicator yields a green color proportional to the amount of chlorine dioxide present. Chlorine*, Bromine, iodine, permanganate, and monopersulfate will deliver a positive interference with these test strips. Hydrogen peroxide, even at 3%, does not interfere. No significant interference is noted when testing with 5ppm iron, copper or manganese, 20ppm quat, 40ppm polyquat, chelant to remove 5ppm metals, 1ppm copper algaecide, at pH 6-8.4, at temperatures 15C-40C, nor with 100ppm cyanuric acid.*No inhibitor is included for this formula so chlorine (free or combined) at any level will likely interfere.

Strip Quality Assurance. The performance of each batch of test strips is verified using chlorine dioxide standards. The concentration standard for Selective Micro® high purity chlorine dioxide is verified using iodometric method. This method is similar to that described in 4500-ClO2 B. Iodometric Method. Standard Methods for the Examination of Water and Wastewater, 2005 American Public Health Association et al., 21st edition.

Operational Qualification & Test Strip Description: Low Range, Ultra-Low Range. The low range series test strips for measuring chlorine dioxide incorporates the following: a redox indicator, buffer, and chlorine inhibitor. These test strips are formulated to test chlorine dioxide, via colorimetric analysis, in the range of 0-10ppm. The reaction of chlorine dioxide with the redox indicator yields a pink color proportional to the amount of chlorine dioxide present. These strips inhibit 1.5ppm chlorine or greater. Bromine, iodine, and permanganate will deliver a positive interference. Free chlorine above 2ppm will also deliver a positive interference. High levels of chloramine and monochloramine will slowly interfere with the accuracy of chlorine dioxide measurement. Hydrogen peroxide, even at 3%, does not interfere. Chlorite does not yield a positive interference (up to 750ppm) nor does it consume or interfere with the chlorine inhibitor. No other significant interference is noted when testing with 5ppm iron, copper or manganese, 20ppm quat, 40ppm polyquat, chelant to remove 5ppm metals, 1ppm copper algaecide, at pH 6-8.4, at temperatures 15C-40C. 100ppm cyanuric acid may affect the accuracy of the test strip, causing low colorimetric readings.

Strip Quality Assurance. The performance of each batch of test strips is verified using chlorine dioxide standards. The concentration standard for Selective Micro® high purity chlorine dioxide is verified using the SMART test; chlorine dioxide 3644-SC (colorimeteric, DPD).

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