The applications of ozone span a variety of topics and industries.

Used as a replacement for chlorine and bromine in swimming pools, Ozone is a very effective disinfection agent which even prevents the formation of chlorine and bromine byproducts. For soil remediation, Ozone has been used to clean up sites containing a variety of soil contaminants, including oil and fuel. 

Following is information about a few of the applications of ozone and ozone generators:

 

Ozone can be used in aquaculture water treatment as follows:
  • Removal of fine and colloidal solids
  • Removal of dissolved organic compounds

  • Removal of Nitrite
  • Disinfection

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A fast-acting and effective treatment technology, Ozone is now used in a variety of water treatment applications and provides multiple benefits to the beverage market. Ozone is one of the strongest commercially available oxidizers, making it popular as a primary disinfectant of water bottling plants.

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The use of ozone in cooling towers has some great advantages, including the fact that Ozone is produced on-site and requires no storage of dangerous chemicals. A major problem in cooling tower water treatment is Legionella (legionnaires disease). In the prevention and control of Legionella causing microbes, ozone has taken an eminent roll. The specific characteristics of the Ozone disinfectant make sure it gets the job done where others fail.

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Use Ozone to disinfect stored food for unprecedented pathogen destruction. Recent food contamination reports in the media have highlighted the need for more effective methods of food safety. Mainly, the guilty parties have been Escherichia coli, Salmonella enteriditis, Listeria monocytogenes and other pathogens found in fruits, meats, shell fish and other foods consumed by the public. The use of Ozone in food processing has been recently approved by the U.S Food and Drug Administration...

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Thanks to intensive development work on more efficient ozone generation, ozone has become a popular choice for a wide and steadily expanding range of industrial applications. The rapid growth of interest in ozone as an oxidant is due to its high oxidative potential and the selectivity of the processes that occur. Virtually no residual materials are produced.

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Producing water of high chemical purity is not the challenge it once was, however it is often still difficult to maintain low levels of microbial contamination in these same nutrient waters. Only one alternative method for sanitization of stored and distributed pure water and ultra pure water has proven substantially equal to heat sanitization and that is the use of ozone, when properly applied.

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Treating water to make it suitable to drink is much like waste water treatment. For example, Nitrate in drinking water can cause cyanosis, a reduction of the oxygen carrying capacity of the blood. Ozone is a strong oxidizing agent which oxidizes and kills organic substances, pesticides and pathogenic organisms such as viruses and bacteria, so that they can be filtered out in the subsequent steps.

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Recently, Ozone has been used to clean up sites containing variety of soil contaminants. The reason for using ozone is to target those compounds that are not biodegradable or the ones which are biodegradable over a long period of time. Many hydrocarbon compounds will biodegrade if they are dissolved, although these contaminants are not readily biodegraded by microorganisms if they are are on soil particles. Ozone can help...

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Ozone is used effectively in the processing of water laden with concentrations of industrial byproducts. Pesticides, organics, BOD and COD are all treated thoroughly and effectively through ozone oxidation.

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Because itís highly reactive and unstable, ozone does not persistóany ozone not instantly consumed by contact oxidation of organics quickly reverts to oxygen. This makes ozone perfect as a final, no-rinse sanitizer. With no persistence, ozone requires no special disposal system.

Learn more about Ozone applications for Winery Sanitation

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                          aquaculture
                        bottled water
                      cooling towers
                    food processing
                    listeriosis
            industrial processes
                      pharmaceutical
potable water disinfection
                   soil remediation
       waste water treatment
                    winery sanitation
 
 


 
 

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