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WHAT IS OZONATION?

An ozonation system includes passing dry, clean air through a high voltage electric discharge, which creates an ozone concentration of approximately 1% or 10,000 mg/L, and it's the perfect complement for purifying water coming from a wastewater treatment plant.

Ozone has greater disinfection effectiveness against bacteria and viruses compared to chlorination.  In addition, the oxidizing properties can also reduce the concentration of iron, manganese, and sulfur and reduce or eliminate taste and odor problems in wastewater treatment systems.  Ozone oxides the iron, manganese, and sulfur in the water to form insoluble metal oxides or elemental sulfur. 

The raw water is then passed through a venturi throat which creates a vacuum and pulls the ozone gas into the water or the air is then bubbled up through the water being treated. 

 
 

STRONGER GERMICIDAL PROPERTIES THAN CHLORINATION

DOES NOT

ADD CHEMICALS TO THE

WATER

ELIMINATES ORGANIC, INORGANIC & MICROBIOLOGICAL PROBLEMS AS WELL AS TASTE AND ODOR PROBLEMS

The video above shows the ozonation equipment for agricultural irrigation.  (Mobile view unsupported)