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Ozone Use in Apple Processing

Posted by Ozone Solutions on 24th Nov 2021

Ozone in Apple Processing *Article from EPRI Food Technology Alliance The Challenge: To Reduce Flume Water Usage and Keep Tastee Apples Tasty Apple processors face increasing ne … read more

Ozone and Algae

Posted by Ozone Solutions on 24th Nov 2021

Ozone Effects on Algae Flocculation Kinetics Ozone supports algae flocculation and removal. Reference: American Water Works Association: Research Foundation "Ozone as an Aid to Coagulatio … read more

Ozone and Wet Scrubbers

Posted by Ozone Solutions on 24th Nov 2021

Ozone and Wet Scrubbers The purpose of a wet scrubber is to remove pollutants from the air and dissolve them into water for discharge in a waste water stream.  In a wet s … read more

Cooling Water Treatment With Ozone

Posted by Ozone Solutions on 24th Nov 2021

Ozone and Cooling Water Treatment Abstract Small scale tests on an open recirculating cooling system with a cooling water flow of 10 m3/h conducted for a period of two years has shown t … read more

Gasoline / Fuel Oil Odors

Posted by Ozone Solutions on 24th Nov 2021

Ozone effectively removes gas and fuel oil odors. Gasoline in the carpet emits an odor that might be difficult to overcome, but can be defeated with ozone after the process of cleaning takes p … read more

Using Ozone in Air

Posted by Ozone Solutions on 24th Nov 2021

Advantages of Ozone Use in Air Ozone is the strongest oxidant available for the treatment of odors. Ozone that does not react with other molecules, such as those causing an odor, will safel … read more

Ozone Levels Chart

Posted by Ozone Solutions on 24th Nov 2021

Ozone Levels The chart below shows various information regarding a range of ozone concentration levels. Reading the Chart As can be seen, a standard building has very little … read more

Ozone Application Planning

Posted by Ozone Solutions on 24th Nov 2021

HACCP Planning Ozone Solutions can assist you with the development of your safety plan, or HACCP - Hazard Analysis Critical Control Points. Contact us when you are ready for the next st … read more

Negatives of Ozone

Posted by Ozone Solutions on 24th Nov 2021

Negatives of Ozone Like every oxidant, ozone has its down-sides. However, it is important we clarify the actual negatives vs. the perceived "negatives" that arise from misuse. Commonly stat … read more

Ozone CT Explained - Ozone Disinfection

Posted by Ozone Solutions on 24th Nov 2021

Ozone CT Value Explained "CT" is the product of "residual disinfectant concentration" (C) in mg/l and the corresponding "disinfectant contact time" (T) in minutes. In other words, ozone CT is … read more

Ozone Solubility In Water

Posted by Ozone Solutions on 24th Nov 2021

Ozone Solubility in Water Solubility is the property of a solid, liquid or gaseous chemical substance called solute to dissolve in a solid, liquid or gaseous solvent. One gas that every … read more

Medical Oxygen and Pressure Swing Absorption

Posted by Ozone Solutions on 23rd Nov 2021

Medical Oxygen Ambient air consists of many gasses. Of that mix, only about 19% of it is oxygen. Many applications of oxygen will require a higher percentage than 19%. That is w … read more

Ozone and Listeria

Posted by Ozone Solutions on 23rd Nov 2021

Listeria and Ozone Papers We have assembled some research on the use of ozone specifically for L. monocytogenes. We have provided white paper titles, authors and abstracts below for your rev … read more

Feed Gas Differences

Posted by Ozone Solutions on 23rd Nov 2021

Ozone Feed Gases There are three types of feed gases used for ozone generation. They are ambient air, dry air and concentrated oxygen. Each of these are described below along with the advantages … read more

Ozone History

Posted by Ozone Solutions on 23rd Nov 2021

History of Ozone An Ozone Timeline Date Event 1785 The odor of ozone was first reported by Van Mauren in the vicinity of an electric … read more

Importance of Dry Feed Gas

Posted by Ozone Solutions on 23rd Nov 2021

Importance of Dry Feed Gas The moisture level of feed gas to a corona-discharge-based ozone generator is directly related to the ozone output. More moisture equals lower ozone output. See the … read more

Wood Walls and Drywall

Posted by Ozone Solutions on 3rd Nov 2021

Ozone on Wood and Drywall Step 1 - Locate the source of the mold and remove it. Here are some questions to ask yourself: Are there loose seams where mold could have started behind … read more