"Please supply some information to verify that it kills off all good bacteria at whatever ppm"
And a few days ago I asked you
"Can you please tell me some good bacteria ClO2 does not kill!"
for no response!
Proper disinfection provides the appropriate CT to inactivate microbial pathogen. ClO2 is CT X PPM X coverage, basically if we can dip or use a flume during processing with ClO2 for an set time at a set PPM we have the optimum treatment.
Full coverage in water for 4 minutes at 100ppm ASC could give a 4-6 log reduction.
It is apparent to me that per 50ppm increase is basically a guarantee of another log reduction