1- When it comes to purifying water according to the US Environmental Protection Agency, chlorine dioxide is used "in public water facilities to make water safe for drinking and other uses." When adding chlorine dioxide to drinking water, it helps get rid of viruses, harmful pathogens and some types of parasites that cause diseases in people, such as Pseudomonas, E-coli, Cryptosporidium parvum, Giardia lamblia
2- Chlorine dioxide has many applications. It is oxidizing and disinfecting water and air. CLO2 was the major agent used to clear buildings in the United States after the anthrax attacks in 2001. After the Hurricane Katrina disaster in New Orleans, Louisiana, and the surrounding Gulf Coast, chlorine dioxide was used to eliminate dangerous mold from flooded homes.
3-The US Environmental Protection Agency has published a list of several antiseptics that meet their standards to combat the new viruses came out. And chlorine dioxide was at the top of the list.
4- In hospitals and other healthcare fields, chlorine dioxide helps sterilize air, medical and laboratory equipment, surfaces, rooms, and tools. Researchers have found that at appropriate concentrations, chlorine dioxide is safe and effective in helping eliminate viruses, harmful pathogens, and Legionella bacteria in hospital settings. Knowing that Legionella pneumoniae bacteria can cause legionnaires' disease, a type of pneumonia that can be fatal.
5- Slow-release chlorine dioxide granules. When exposed to moisture in the air, the bags produce chlorine dioxide to eliminate all types of viruses and harmful pathogens as well as get rid of unpleasant and unwanted odors from their source.
6- The principle is that the Clo2 granule bag absorbs moisture in the air to release chlorine dioxide. It can be used as an air purifier, disinfectant and deodorant to control odor and biological control in confined spaces, such as cars, refrigerators, meeting rooms, hotels, freezers, homes, offices, libraries, bathrooms, storage rooms, boats, and a morgue in hospitals, and so on.