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Drinking Water & Reuse/ Drinking Water

Up to 50% disinfection byproduct reduction at the same dosages

MIOX is a cutting-edge technology company that has been making water safe to drink for twenty years. Many communities are turning to MIOX chemistries for their drinking water disinfection because the chemistry is a proven disinfectant for improving the quality and safety of drinking water with significant economic savings. MIOX’s extensive experience providing clean, safe drinking water ranges from rural communicates to large cities with more than 10 million people such as city of Bogota, Columbia.

PROVIDE SAFER DISINFECTION

compared to chlorine gas

Technology Overview

MIOX on-site generators produce chlorine-based disinfectants when a solution of sodium chloride (salt + water) is passed through an electrolytic cell. This process converts the chloride ions present in the solution to sodium hypochlorite.

Mixed Oxidant Solution
Sodium Hypochlorite

MIOX Mixed Oxidant Solution (MOS) systems also convert some of the oxygen in the water molecule into hydrogen peroxide. This combination of sodium hypochlorite and hydrogen peroxide creates a unique chemistry that has many proven operational benefits in drinking water applications.

How it Works

MIOX systems are suitable for use in both surface and groundwater treatment plants in both pre-treatment and final disinfection applications.

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On Site Chemistry Generators

Mixed Oxidant Solution
RIO Grande >1,000lbs/day
(>454 kg/day)
RIO 60-300 lbs/day
(27.2-136.1 kg/day)
Vault 15-60 lbs/day
(6.8-27.2 kg/day)
AE 4-8 lbs/day
(1.8-3.6 kg/day)
Rio Zuni >1.0 lb/day
(0.45 kg/day)
Sodium Hypochlorite
RIO Grande >1,550 lbs/day
(>700kg/day)
RIO 100-500 lbs/day
(45-227 kg/day)
Vault 25-100 lbs/day
(11.3-45.4 kg/day)
 
 
 
 

A Case Study

In 2002, the City of West Point switched from chlorine gas to an on-site chemical generator not manufactured by MIOX. This new system was very maintenance intensive. When it came time to replace this unit, city staff reviewed all other technologies to address biofilm, chlorine residual and TTHM formation.

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Eliminate chlorine gas at lowest cost