Purifying Water With Ozone.
Ozone has been used in Europe for water treatment since early in the 20th century. Initial applications were to disinfect relatively clean spring or well water, but they increasingly evolved to also oxidize contaminants common to surface waters. Since World War II, ozonation has become the primary method to assure clean water in Switzerland, West Germany and France. More recently, major fresh water and waste water treatment facilities using ozone water treatment methods have been constructed throughout the world.
Relatively, the use of ozone for water treatment and purification in the United States has been much more limited. However, the use of ozone has been increasing here in the US, particularly over the last decade as the negative effects of chlorination have become more apparent. For example, a modern water treatment plant in the USA has been built by the City of Los Angeles to use ozone for primary disinfection and microflocculation of as much as 600 million gallons of water per day. An East Texas power utility will be the first small water utility service in Texas to use ozone water treatment technology for drinking water purification. They have hired BiOzone for this task.
In the field of creative ozone water treatment, BiOzone designs, manufactures, and installs the finest ozone generator systems produced today. Each component interfaces harmoniously with the others to achieve the most cost effective and optimum performance. These process trains are installed around the world in a variety of industries. The solutions we offer are nowhere else available in the world.Recommend this topic