No pipe corrosion due to disinfection
Pipe corrosion and disinfection are usually linked,
but not with SANIKILL, that uses monochloramine.
The corrosion problem
Due to their physic-chemical features, Chlorine and Chlorine Dioxide have shown to be extremely aggressive against every pipe and joint material (both plastic and metal).
Pipe corrosion due to disinfection is one of the most expensive costs induced by water disinfection.
Either if you have to rise your maintenance costs, or, worst, if the pipe break down!
Why SANIKILL doesn’t create this problem?
Being a weaker oxidant if compare to other chlorine-based disinfectants, Monochloramine can be use as a disinfectant for long periods without produce any damage to the hydraulic system, regardless the material of which they are made of.
The Sanikill Monochloramine has shown to be suitable for the treatment of all the domestic hot water distribution systems made of copper, stainless steel, galvanized iron, polyethylene, etc.
It’s the end of pipe corrosion due to disinfection.
SANIKILL monochloramine technlogy
Sanipur’s strong scientific experience developed the SANIKILL monochloramine technology.
This system has proven to be the most effective against Legionella and other waterborne pathogens.
Due to its stability as a combined chlorine specie, it is not corrosive to the piping system.