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Chlorine Dioxide Healthcare Solutions

Hospitals and healthcare workers take on the noble responsibility of providing care for patients. PureLine partners with Healthcare organizations in their goal of keeping patients healthy by supplying Water Treatment solutions for small to large facilities, along with surface and air disinfection solutions to maintain a clean physical environment.


Chlorine Dioxide Proven Effective in Killing Norovirus

  What is Norovirus? Human norovirus (NoV) is one of the most common, contagious stomach viruses worldwide. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, norovirus is the leading cause of illness and outbreaks from contaminated food in the United...

The Dangers of Staph Infections

What is a staphylococcus infection? A staphylococcus infection, more colloquially referred to as a staph infection, is a common ailment caused by staphylococcus bacteria. Millions come into contact with the staphylococcus bacteria every year, and many don’t even...

6 Common Applications of Chlorine Dioxide

Chlorine dioxide is a yellowish-green gas commonly used for water disinfection. It’s valuable due to its anti-bacterial and anti-viral properties. It consists of one chlorine and two oxygen atoms. Read this article to know more about the common uses of chlorine...

3 Reasons Why Hospitals Need to Use Disinfectants – Hospital Disinfection Solutions

A hospital is a massive building that requires consistent, constant sanitization. If you’ve ever been to a hospital, you probably saw someone pushing a cart with dozens of cleaning solutions. Plus, you saw automation infused as much as possible to minimize touch...

The Impact of MRSA and Why Hospitals Need to Disinfect Facilities

Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus (MRSA) is a common bacterium, and in most infections, it does not harm the colonized person. MRSA is easily spread through direct contact or by leaving the bacteria on commonly shared surfaces. In this blog, we’ll dive into...

4 Reasons to Use a Hospital-Grade Disinfectant

A hospital-grade disinfectant is a powerful cleaning solution that stops the spread of bacteria in healthcare settings. However, thanks to its robust nature, many people have opted to use hospital-level cleaners at home. What Is a Hospital-Grade Disinfectant? A...

The Impact of C. Diff and The Importance of Disinfecting Facilities

Despite incredible advances in modern medicine over the last century, bacteria-born illness remains prevalent in hospitals. Healthcare-associated infections (HAIs) may be caught by patients seeking treatment for any ailment. Moreover, HAIs can impact healthcare staff...

Controlling Legionella Webinar Series Wrap-Up

Over the past two months, PureLine hosted a webinar series titled Controlling Legionella. The series went into depth exploring the different water disinfection methods available to hospitals and health systems. The series also shared how to select the right...

Chlorine Dioxide Effectiveness

Chlorine Dioxide is a superior solution when it comes to treating Healthcare facilities’ water systems. Below are a series of videos to help guide Facility Managers and Infection Control Directors through their own process of selecting a water disinfection method for their facilities. While there are a number of disinfection methods available to choose from, Chlorine Dioxide has shown to be both effective at eliminating biofilm, and treating pipes and systems that have experienced Legionella and other waterborne pathogen outbreaks.


The Center for Biofilm Engineering at Montana State University has studied the effects of Chlorine Dioxide on biofilm, and has seen superb results on chlorine dioxide inhibiting and eliminating biofilm.


PureLine’s leadership team reviews the latest technologies in water disinfection for healthcare systems. Technologies discussed include Chlorine, Monochloramine, Chlorine Dioxide, Copper-Silver Ionization, Ultraviolet Irradiation, and Ozone. These disinfection technologies are aimed at treating Legionella, biofilm, and harmful microorganisms in healthcare water systems.

Selecting the Best Water Disinfection Method for Your Facility

We review the pros and cons of different water disinfection methods for healthcare facilities including Chlorine, Monochloramine, Copper-Silver, and Chlorine Dioxide. 

Carbon Filtration and Water Disinfection System Installation

Water disinfectants can be harmful, even deadly, to dialysis patients if the chemicals are not removed before hemodialysis.  Our CEO hosted a Q&A discussion on how carbon filtration is utilized to remove chlorine, chloramines, monochloramine, chlorine dioxide, chlorite, and other chemicals

Testing for Legionella and Other Waterborne Pathogens

Healthcare institutions have prevention and control measures available to reduce the risk of hospital associated infection related to Legionella and other water borne pathogens in potable water systems. For this seminar, our CEO hosts a Q&A discussion on water disinfection system operations and remediation.


PureLine’s expertise in water disinfection spans our almost 30 year history as a company. Depending on the size of your facility and the amount of water used daily, we will recommend a chlorine dioxide generator that is safe for your patients, and effective against harmful bacteria including Legionella.


PureLine’s Pure 100 chlorine dioxide solution can be sprayed on surfaces and left to dry without any necessary cleanup. Pure 100 eliminates harmful pathogens on hard non-porous surfaces.


PureLine’s PureVista is a water activated canister that produces chlorine dioxide gas on site. The gas fills the enclosed area and disinfects the ‘hard to reach’ surfaces that traditional spray or wipe disinfectants miss. PureVista does not leave residue, and is known to be less corrosive than Ozone, Hydrogen Peroxide, and Sodium Hypochlorite (chlorine bleach).



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