Disinfectant

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Jenfitch has received NSF approval to use JC 9450 Liquid Ozone in potable water systems as a disinfectant. JC 9450 Liquid Ozone is a new type of disinfectant that chemically reacts in water to generate ozone (singlet oxygen molecules) in solutions, providing the water treatment industry with a low-cost method of generating ozone. JC 9450 has been tested and found to be an excellent method for controlling biofilm formation and eliminating contaminant breakthrough.

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