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Which one should I buy to purify drinking water? Can you use any of them at the correct concentrations?

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All three products (ODOR-CLO2, DISIN-CLO2, SPA-CLO2) are identical.

The only difference is in the labeling, which has been designed to cater to various marketing requirements and comply with specific regulations in certain regions.

Please see the Safrax Water Purification guide for dosage:

https://safrax.com/wp-content/uploads/Safrax-Clo2-Water-Purification.pdf

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Hi there! Apologies for the delayed reply.

All three products (ODOR-CLO2, DISIN-CLO2, SPA-CLO2) are identical.

The only difference is in the labeling, which has been designed to cater to various marketing requirements and comply with specific regulations in certain regions.

Please see the Safrax Water Purification guide for dosage:

https://safrax.com/wp-content/uploads/Safrax-Clo2-Water-Purification.pdf

Our ClO2 is approved for water purification for consumption by the WHO at 1 to 5 PPM. There are no residuals except salt, which is consumable. If you can still taste it at low concentrations, double check your calculations to ensure you have indeed achieved a low enough concentration for consumption. Alternatively, after purifying the water, allow it to be exposed to sunlight, which will degrade any ClO2 that is still active.

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Are there differences in the different Safrax products, like the ODOR-CLO2 or DISIN-CLO2? All the FAQs and instructions and data sheets only say ‘Safrax CLO2’ and do not differentiate between the different products.

I bought some ODOR-CLO2 but it does not seem like it is drinkable, even at very low ppms, like the salts or binders in it are not consumable. I thought about getting some DISIN-CLO2 but maybe all the products are the same.

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