The DuPont™ Chlorine Dioxide business has a team of sales professionals, field technicians, and engineering specialists who work directly with customers to determine which product and system is best suited for their specific chlorine dioxide need.
Our experienced staff is solely dedicated to chlorine dioxide technology and applications. In certain circumstances, DuPont can have new equipment up and running within two to three days from the initial approval. Our priority is to ensure that our customers meet their specific application requirements.
To help solve the toughest problems, DuPont has access to a wide range of resources including material handling, compatibility, corrosion, microbiology, regulatory, product stewardship, and process safety management. As your business grows, we can help you transition to the next level.
For additional information on our chemical selection and equipment offerings, please contact us online or by phone at 843-416-8758 or toll-free in the U.S. at 800-477-6071.
DuPont™ chlorine dioxide generators are designed to be highly efficient and reliable systems that are easy to maintain.
DuPont provides the technological and analytical capabilities required to assess and design specific treatment needs. We also offer the total ongoing customer assistance necessary to support new applications. Those capabilities include:
- ClO2 Demand Studies
- ClO2 Site Audits
- ClO2 Pilot and Full-Scale Trials
- Assistance with ClO2 Designs and Specs
- ClO2 Analytical Training and Support
- ClO2 Preventative Maintenance Programs
- ClO2 Equipment Upgrades
- Sodium Chlorite Supply (EPA, ANSI / NSF Standard 60 Registered)
DuPont means world-class standards on safety, reliability, and process management. The extra steps that we take to ensure safety include:
Process Safety Information -- Including analysis of chemical hazards, technical detail on the process, materials of construction, relief systems, and safety systems.
Process Hazard Analysis -- Including detailed analysis of "What If?" cases, identification of potential incidents and how to mitigate, identification of any previous incidents and necessary corrective action, physical location of the process and other detailed information.
Operating Procedures -- Consisting of detailed steps for each operating phase of the process, emergency procedures, control measures if releases should occur and a continuous review of all procedures to assure they are up-to-date.
Training -- Including initial training for each employee, refresher training and formal training documentation. Contractors working in or on the process also receive training before such work.
Mechanical Integrity -- Consisting of written maintenance procedures, training for maintenance personnel, inspection and testing requirements, repair of deficiencies in equipment, quality assurance procedures and spare parts acceptability to the particular process.
Management of Change -- A formal process that includes the discipline or examining changes to the process (chemicals used, equipment, technology, employees involved in operating the process etc.) before they are made to help assure all systems continuously operate safely.
Pre-startup Review -- Including a process safety review of all changes in operations that require a modification.
Product Stewardship – The business process is responsible for the management of a product throughout its existing life cycle focusing on health, safety and environment.
Some additional areas of expertise include material handling, compatibility, corrosion, micro-biology, regulatory, product stewardship, and process safety management.
But, most importantly, throughout the entire process from initial evaluation to equipment installation, safety for our customers and their employees is our number one priority.