Chlorine Dioxide Application Chart

Common Uses and P.P.M. General Reference Guide  This chart is for general reference only. Some applications such as commercial water applications may require a different ppm or CT time depending on the specific application, amount of contamination, and microbes being targeted.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                      

Sanitizer
for hard Surfaces
155 minPreviously cleaned utensils
Food Preparation Areas
Cutting Boards
Beverage Dispensers
Food Processing Equipment
Beer Processing Equipment
Food Conveyor Belts
Disinfectant      
for Hard Surfaces
15010 minHard Surfaces in:
Hotels
Factories
Hospitals
Sick Rooms
Ships
Schools
Clean Rooms
Any other contaminated areas
Disinfectant      
for clean, in place potable water systems
10010
min
Use to disinfect lines in fountain drink, or any other beverage preparation, transfer, or storage device. 
Anti Microbial and General Cleaner
for clean, in place potable water systems
50N/AReduces Microbial Activity, Cleans Deodorizes, and removes organic matter in Stored Potable water, and the lines for fountain drink, or any other beverage preparation, transfer, or storage device. 
Anti Microbial and General Cleaner
non-potable water systems in Horticulture
Applications
5N/AReduces Microbial Activitity in non-potable wate used for cut flower, prevents microbial transfer from water to flower, Extends shelf life of Cut Flowers.
Disinfectant, Sanitizer, Algaecide, Fungicide,
for Horticulture and Greenhouse non-potable water storage and systems
      
50
100
20
50
.25 
20 min
10 min
5 min
12 hours
continuous
Disinfect
Disinfect
Sanitize
Treat, control, prevent
Prevent and inhibit re-growth
Fruit and Vegetable wash to extend freshness51 minuteReduces Micro Organisms and Spoilage
Spray or Dip, Follow with rinsing, blanching, canning, or cooking
Poultry Processing3continuousChill water at no more than 3ppm
Processing water may leave no more than 3ppm    residual.
Potable Water Treatment1-2*
.08
continuous
residiual
    Controls Microbal activity
    Oxidant Disinfectant
    * variable due to conditions
Wastewater5*continuous
residiual
   Oxidizes and Deodorizes

This chart is a work in progress.

This chart is representative of the amounts of chlorine dioxide known to be used for applications based on product information, EPA, and FDA reports.

Although we believe this chart to be accurate to the best of our knowledge, we make no guarantees. *Some applications may require adjustment to PPM and CT due to conditions such as contamination level, and type of pathogen targeted