Peracetic Acid (PAA)

Peracetic acid (PAA) is a powerful oxidant and dinsfectant used in a variety of applications as it breaks down to harmless by-products. Ideal for food and beverage applications for washing fruit and vegetables as well as in wastewater effluent. In wastewater, a number of studies and case studies have shown the benefits of dosing PAA to treat E.Coli when effluent is being discharged via a CSO or direct to surface water or sea water.

An online peracetic acid (PAA) sensor uses an amperometric measurement method with a membrane to provide selectivity.

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An online peracetic acid (PAA) sensor for wastewater treatment and food & beverage applications.

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