The MIZU Bleach Concentration Meter is a simple tool for judging the concentration of bleached water after dilution. For the purpose of the hospital cleaned and disinfected, must be effectiveness. It has obtained US patents and meets the European Union's lead-free electronic equipment. It has passed CE and FCC testing and certification.
The recommended content of the "Defense Department of CDC" is 500ppm bleach. The concentration of bleach used in households is generally 5 to 6%, and the spoon used for soup is 5 tablespoons totaling about 80-100cc. Add 10 liters. In tap water (1,250 cc per bottle, 8 bottles equal to 10 liters), stir evenly to get 500 ppm of disinfectant bleach.
"The problem is" if the commercially available bleach is less than 5%, the bleach is less than 500ppm, and the disinfection is invalid. Because the bleach is easily degraded, so the quantitative is not equal to qualitative, this is the epidemic prevention loophole. If bleaching water is to effectively eliminate enterovirus and norovirus, the concentration is the most important after dilution.
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