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"A Liquid Oxygen-Based Disinfectant"
"A Liquid Oxygen-Based Disinfectant"
The Next Generation in Oxidation Technology
Liquid Oxygen-Based water treatment
Conventional treatment protocols for municipal water and waste water treatment are not able to eliminate biologic growth in filtration systems, on ultraviolet systems, nor within distribution systems. Chemical applications are not able to address the biologic and chemical contaminants in many industrial waste streams. The technology oxidation has not advanced in more than thirty years. SAFE-ZONE ROS has brought aqueous reactive oxygen species into the 21st century by mimicking reactive oxygen species organically in a safer, user friendly formula. "A Reactive Oxygen Species."
The Product Idea: SAFE-ZONE ROS
The "Reactive Oxygen Species that is NSF APPROVED" has improved the technology of disinfection and oxidation by mimicking nature. Nature utilizes a variety of “reactive oxygen species” (ROS) and utilizing specific minerals and metals to aid in the distribution of ROS and act as catalysts for ROS reactions against microbes and organic contaminants.
.SafeZone ROS advances water treatment technology by translating what nature does into a simple to use liquid formulation. The result is a higher reactive oxygen range, for the management of viruses, bacteria, molds and bio-film that is more than twelve times that of conventional chlorine treatments, it far exceeds peroxides and it provides a superior residual protection with reactive oxygen species.
An Environmentally Safe & Effective Alternative
• More than 12 time the re-activity of chlorine
• Delivers oxidation energy controlled and measured by ORP
• Free Oxygen radical generation
• Controls pathogens/microbes on contact
• Detoxifies organics
• Residual is Non-Toxic: Oxygen and mineral monoxides
• By-products are Non-Toxic
• 21st Century hybrid of an aqueous reactive oxygen species that comes in a bottle.
In comparative lab and field Tests, Safe Zone ROS out-perform:
Peroxide Peroxide + Sani-T-10 Peracetic acid Storox
HDH Peroxy Jet Oxide Chemchlor ProOxine
Sani-T-10 Quat SL Acidize DS-50 Dowicide-1
Ethyl Alcohol Isopropyl Alcohol Calcium Hypochlorite Sodium Hypochlorite
Glutaraldehyde Formaldehyde Tsunami 100
Commercial Applications Industrial Applications
Institutional cleaning Waste Water Treatment
Institutional disinfection Bacteria Free Ice
Potable Water Treatment
Water Disinfection Odor Control
Odor Control BDO/COD control
Algae Control VOC/TOC control
Bio-film control Pathogen control
Well flushing Scale Control
Post Harvesting Decontamination Precipitation of metals
Foliage and irrigation application Oxidation of Cyanide
One of the most critical concerns in today's world, is the control of organic contaminants, and pathogen populations, in our water supply, distribution systems and waste streams. Using a reactive oxygen species is one of the most effective methods of protecting against pathogen contamination in the environment. Reactive oxygen species are a natural unstable form of free radicals oxygen (O3 rather than O2). A reactive oxygen species releases the extra oxygen atom, in the form of a "free radical". These free radicals act somewhat like an unguided missile; hitting the organic target (contaminant, or pathogen), and destroying the target. The free radical function is very different from that usually found in the use of such products like chlorine. Reactive oxygen species does not poison, it actually destroys the target. The "target" cannot become immune to this free radical action.
The use of "mechanically generated” has existed since 1860’s, for the control of pathogens in potable water systems. For over one hundred and thirty years we have attempted to prefect an inexpensive method of generating reactive oxygen species, by mechanical means. Unfortunately, the use of reactive oxygen species still remains an expensive capital investment for the average user in need of environmental control and improvement.
SAFE-ZONE ROS , was developed to act as a liquid form of free radical oxygen; just as reactive oxygen species generates free radical oxygen. SAFE-ZONE ROS ,requires no expensive capital investment; only a simple injection into the water stream to be treated; or SAFE-ZONE ROS , may be sprayed onto hard surfaces, no rinse needed, no harmful residue & nontoxic. By applying Safe Zone to the water enables the user to control cross contamination and the spread of pathogens, and/or organics in water or on surfaces (bacterial slime, algae, fungus, etc.) and eliminating the bio-film where the pathogens are embedded leaving a completely clean surface. All this performance at drinking water standards.
The only residual after the application of SAFE-ZONE ROS , is in the water, or on surfaces, is atomic oxygen and GRAS mineral oxides. No chemicals, or harmful residuals are left to be a concern.
SAFE-ZONE ROS , is a unique mixture of minerals and oxygen in liquid form. When SAFE-ZONE ROS comes in contact with pathogens or organic contaminants, it releases nascent oxygen. This “release as needed” property of SAFE-ZONE ROS , offers a strong downstream residual. Also can be frozen and as it melts continues to control cross contamination and eliminate bio-film even after it melts.
What is Nascent Oxygen?
Oxygen, as it occurs naturally, is a compound of two atoms of oxygen. Nascent Oxygen refers to making available a single atom of oxygen.
Why Nascent Oxygen?
It provides the highest efficiency of oxidation. Oxidation is an aggressive reaction that dramatically changes the physical properties of a target compound.
Of the many elements that will cause oxidation reactions, nascent oxygen is the most aggressive agent and gives the added bonus of not producing toxic byproducts.
For pathogen control, the amount of nascent oxygen necessary to eliminate pathogens is much less than other oxidants or disinfectants.
Salmonella enteric 10708 bench test
Solution PPM CFU/ml: Time Zero CFU/ml: 30 min Log Reduction
Chlorine 10 2.00 E +07 1.89 E +05 2.02
Chlorine 100 1.58 E +07 < 5 6.49
Safe Zone ROS 10 2.00 E +07 < 5 6.69
Penicillium digitatum bench test
Concentrations (mg/L) of sanitizer that inhibit 50% (EC50) or 99% (EC50) of germination of conidia of P. digitatum exposed to them for 10 min at 23 C. Germination was determined after incubation on potato dextrose agar for 18H. Concentrations and 95% confidence intervals (Cl) were estimated using Finney’s Probit
Chemical EC50 95% CL EC50 95% CL
Glutaraldehyde 1243 1116-1372 2774 2503-3157
Formaldehyde 1200 1023-1392 2502 2237-3140
Peroxide 676 610-745 1691 1537-1893
Chlorine 44.3 31.1-60.3 116.6 91.1-173.7
Safe Zone ROS 9.4 4.9-16.5 25.3 17.7-56.
"Dr Trevor Suslow of University of California @ Davis studies demonstrate that @ 670 ORP
Safe Zone ROS shows negative detect of Salmonella, Listeria and E-Coli in 10 seconds or less."
Ballast Treatment with SAFE-ZONE ROS AG 5000
Are you currently using chlorine, chlorine dioxide, gaseous reactive oxygen species, peracetic acid, menadione/vitamin K (SeaKleen), Uv or a combination of these chemicals to disinfect your ballast water prior to discharge?
Would you like a system that eliminates like reactive oxygen species and generates water and oxygen molecules as by-products while at the same time ELIMINATE THE BIO-FILM where the bacteria, mold and viruses are embedded. If you have a reactive oxygen species generator on-board would you like to minimize another shipboard hazard (pure oxygen, reactive oxygen species gas scrubber and etc)?
GreenAgri has developed a new disinfectant, AG 5000, as an alternative to chlorine, chlorine dioxide, gaseous reactive oxygen species. AG 5000 is a mineral oxy-chloride ion that reacts in water to generate reactive oxygen species (ROS) (ie. Peroxides, Singlet oxygen, superanion, and hydroxyl ions). ROS molecules react with any microorganisms killing them immediate. Bacteria, viruses, fungi and related biofilms do not develop a tolerance to ROS. AG 5000, is a broad based oxidant that is NSF 60 approved for use in potable water treatment systems up to 100 mg/l. We use ORP to control our dosage and feed rate. In a study using ORP to measure the oxidant potential, the following data was collected:
ORP Level CFU/100ml
+200 mV 300
+300 mV 36
+400 mV 3
+600 mV ND
Systems using chemical biocides need to be designed to avoid discharging unwanted concentrations of residual biocide. In addition another issue with systems using chemical biocides is the potential for the production of disinfection byproducts, such as trihalomethanes and halo-acetic acids. The disinfectant must meet G8 and G9 standards of verifying a method that translates the disinfection level.
Discharge limits for Ballast Water Discharge
Agency Vibrio Cholera E.Coli Intestinal Enterococci
IMO BW <1 CFU/100 ml 250 CFU/100 ml 100 CFU/100 ml
US EPA same 126 CFU/100 ml <33 CFU/100 ml
In a study conducted in California, using a fresh water sample taken from the Delta Bay (Northern California-Sacramento River), we found the microorganism levels (mpn/100 ml) were: 2500+ CFU/100 ml, and E.coli was >4+. Using 10 mg/1 of Safe Zone AG 5000, we were able to reduce the microbiological count (mpn) to: ND/100 ml and non-detect on E.coli in less than 20 minutes of contact time. We also observed an overall improvement in the treatment system. Raw water turbidity was 5.0 NTU and in the settling zone before filtration (using Safe Zone AG 5000) the turbidity was 0.125 NTU. Before the plant trial, the average turbidity in the settled water was 1.3 NTU. The operator wanted to maintain a free chlorine residual of 0.8 mg/l to 1.2 mg/l. He found that on initial startup, the free chlorine residual dropped slightly because of the removal of the biofilm in the system but returned after several hours. The net results was an overall improved treatment program with non-detect microorganism and a very low free chlorine residual in the ballast water.
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