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How does chlorine dioxide work?
Like ozone and chlorine, chlorine dioxide is an oxidizing biocide and not a metabolic toxin. This means that chlorine dioxide kills microorganisms by disruption of the transport of nutrients across the cell wall, not by disruption of a metabolic process. READ MORE
The residue from the pathogenic reaction is not a toxic halogen like chlorine and pathogenic mutation cannot occur, forcing ever increasing dosages in order to obtain a like kill.
DoxyKlor products are colloidal suspensions of chlorine dioxide in deionized water, using the pure ingredients, which positively affects consistent delivery, safety & efficacy.
Where else is chlorine dioxide used?
Medical & hospital applications such as burn-unit disinfection, ocular lens sterilization & endoscope disinfection.
Dental applications such as general surface sterilization & mouth rinse.
Veterinary applications such as surface sterilizer, topical wound disinfection, pet ear-cleaning products, milking machine & teat treatments
Removal of toxic chemicals like pharmaceuticals, phenols & mercaptans.
Used across the globe for decades as a water purification agent in municipal water & wastewater applications.
Preferred agent for disinfecting Anthrax-contaminated federal buildings.
What do you mean by eco-friendly?
DoxyKlor contains no VOCs and does not create toxic byproducts.
Chlorine dioxide is bee-friendly in all but the highest dosages. READ MORE. According to some studies, it may even be beneficial.
Chlorine dioxide is non-persistent in soil, air or water.
By virtue of its chemical nature and microbial kill mechanisms, DoxyKlor does not contribute to pathogen mutation, as do other antibiotics and antimicrobial agents.
Chlorine dioxide is a size-selective anti-microbial that leaves no residue, it is not harmful to wildlife.
Chlorine dioxide was chosen, several decades ago, to replace harsh, toxic chemicals that were previously used in municipal water treatment.
NOTE: Chlorine dioxide may cause harmto some species of fish and marine invertebrates, thus DoxyKlor should never be dumped into waterways or storm drains. The flip side of marine invertebrate toxicity is applications of chlorine dioxide (controlled so as not to contact or impact waterways, storm drains & bodies of water) are used as a mitigation strategy for invasive-species mussels.