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PURATE™ Chlorine Dioxide Systems

Chlorine dioxide (ClO2) is our business. Over 40 years of experience have gone into our Purate technology; available for water treatment and many other industrial applications. We can accommodate all your ClO2 needs. Purate technology makes it simple, reliable and cost effective to generate ClO2 on site for your treatment application.
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Ecolab México
Asociación Nacional de Industriales
Industrial Cuamatla CP 54730 Cuautitlán Izcalli, Méx., México

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Advantages of the PurateTM Process

Purate is your best choice for ClO2. Advantages include the two-chemical feed, no-chlorine gas feed, high efficiency chlorate conversion, global support and more. 

Purate Case Studies

From Steel Making to Chemical Production and Power Generation to Pulp & Paper Power Generation, this system is the ideal biocide program for critical cooling water and paper pretreatment systems. Read more about applications in a variety of industries:

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Innovative Chemistry

Purate is a unique stabilized solution of sodium chlorate and hydrogen peroxide. The SVP-Pure™ chlorine dioxide generator uses Purate and sulfuric acid to produce ClO2 on-site that is easily piped to the point of application. No chlorine gas is used or produced in this process.

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Why Purate?

Chlorine dioxide (ClO2) from Purate chemistry is produced by the reduction of sodium chlorate by hydrogen peroxide under acidic conditions. We make it easy with our pre-blended Purate solution. Purate is formulated with 40 wt% of NaClO3 and up to 8 wt% hydrogen peroxide and shipped to your site in IBC totes, ISO containers and bulk trailers. By starting with sodium chlorate rather than sodium chlorite, the economy is built directly into the chemistry.