Disinfectant TimeMeaning, Term, and Glossary Definition - What is Disinfectant Time?
The time it takes water to move from the point of disinfectant application (or the previous point of residual disinfectant measurement) to a point before or at the point where the residual disinfectant is measured. In pipelines, the time is calculated by dividing the internal volume of the pipe by he maximum hourly flow rate; within mixing basins and storage reservoirs it is determined by tracer studies of an equivalent demonstration.
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Detention Time Disinfectant Disinfectant By-Product Holding Time Lifetime Average Daily Dose Lifetime Exposure Point-of-Disinfectant Application Real-Time Monitoring Time-weighted Average TWA
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