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#1 The Prof

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Posted 25 November 2019 - 03:13 PM

Hello all,

 

I am researching suitable water treatment solutions.  The water to be treated will supply an entire food factory.  The water will be used for drinking, cleaning and as an ingredient in finished products.

 

I have come across Huwa-San TR-50 (also known as EndoSan). 

 

1. Does anyone have any experience of using this chemical?

2. Can it be used in a water supply system for a whole site, where the water will be drunk by staff, used as an ingredient, and for cleaning?

 

Thanks all



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Posted 25 November 2019 - 09:51 PM

Hello,

 

I've had a quick look but can't see anything to say it is strictly non-permitted. I'm wondering if it would depend more on the post-treated water falling within the defined limits. Anyway, here are some links that may offer info if you haven't come across them already.

https://www.lenntech...-regulation.htm

https://www.rsph.org...91d8ec742cf.pdf

http://dwi.defra.gov...ucts/Annex2.pdf

https://ec.europa.eu...slation_en.html

https://eur-lex.euro...0151027&from=EN



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