Manufacturing instructions CDL

Explanation of terms :

CD = chlorine dioxide (1:1 activated drops infused with water)

CDL = chlorine dioxide solution (1:1 activated drops whose gas has been converted into water)

CDS (English term; the same as CDL) = Chlorine Dioxide Solution

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To prepare chlorine dioxide solution (CDL / CDS) you need:

20ml vial: Sodium chlorite 22.4%

20ml bottle: Hydrochloric acid 10% (activator)

20ml bottle: DMSO (to remove residual chlorine)

20ml bottle: lactic acid 80% (for stabilization / durability)

20ml cannula

80mm long syringe needle

A glass with 100ml water (Plose-Lauretan osmosis) low mineral content!

A plastic spoon


Process of producing chlorine dioxide (CD ), sodium chlorite 22.4% and hydrochloric acid 10%, always mix in a ratio of 1:1 and allow to react for 60 seconds, then immediately pour 100 - 200ml of water!

Process of producing a chlorine dioxide solution (CDL/CDS)

For better clarity, here is a video on YouTube:

Place the needle on the cannula, pull off the needle protection slightly and bend the needle at the very base to an approximately 60 degree angle.

Now open the cannula (pull the plunger out of the cannula), place it on the table and add 1 drop of sodium chlorite far into the inside of the horizontal cannula. Then add 1 drop of hydrochloric acid a little less far into the horizontal cannula so that the two different drops do not come into contact.

Now put the plunger back in and place the cannula with the (bent needle) attached so that the needle is at the top and the drops in the cannula mix at the bottom of the plunger.

Immediately place the needle in the water glass (100ml) and activate the stopwatch!

After the first 60 seconds of yellow chlorine dioxide gas evolution in the syringe, press the syringe plunger to transfer the gas into the water.

Stir at the same time with the plastic spoon to ensure optimal mixing! Make sure that none of the mixture of the two drops is transferred into the water glass!

The approximate ppm value is now 008! If you open the flask again after emptying it for the first time and wait another 60 seconds for chlorine dioxide gas to develop and then empty it into the glass again while stirring at the same time, you will now have an approximate ppm value of approx. 012!

By adding 1 drop of DMSO, the remaining chlorine components are neutralized!

By adding 1 drop of lactic acid, the CDL that has just been produced is stabilized and therefore does not lose its effect!

Result of producing one drop of gas evolution in 100ml of double distilled water:

Sodium chlorite 22.4% Hydrochloric acid 10% Time ppm value

1 drop

1 drop

60 seconds


1 drop

1 drop

120 seconds


The variant described above was with 1 drop each, sodium chlorite and hydrochloric acid!

Activation with 2 or more drops does not result in a higher ppm value!


Comparison: The production described above corresponds to 1ml of a 3000ppm

(0.3% solution) diluted in 100ml water!