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danavuia Nov 23rd 2017 02:04 AM

chlorination in aerated water
 
I want to remove manganese (0.7 mg/l) by aearation, from well water in an plant in wich I have only chlorination sistem.Will the oxigen adition affect the action of cl2? On which point I should be careful?
I want to make oxygenation in the same tank in witch i will make the chlorination.
Would the chlorination have to suffer (cl2 would evaporate) if i make chlorination in water with oxygena added?
I want to add 0.3 mg 02 per water liter.

oz93666 Nov 23rd 2017 05:52 PM

It's not a good idea to chlorinate water ... drinking it increases levels of cancer ... "

"The long term effects of chlorinated drinking water have just recently being recognized. According to the U.S. Council Of Environmental Quality, “Cancer risk among people drinking chlorinated water is 93% higher than among those whose water does not contain chlorine.”

You cannot use it on your garden ... chlorine is the poison gas used in WWI !!!

Much better look at Ozone ... can be generated electrically with a small device , this will kill bacteria and cause manganese to separate out , it will settle to the bottom of the tank , or can be removed by filter .

Search "ozone water treatment"

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