Industrial

Ozone technology provides solutions for a wide variety of industrial cleaning and disinfection applications.
Ozone is an environmentally friendly disinfectant that leaves no residual, or by-products. Ozone is a safe sanitizer with no need for chemical storage or handling, thus eliminating the related safety issues.

Ozone Industrial Applications

  • HVAC Applications:

    The yield of any grains or feeds is hindered by mold growth, aflatoxins, vomitoxins, insects, and much more. Ozone is a chemical-free solution to these problems that will significantly reduce or eliminate their presence to meet regulations and increase profitability. 

  • Zoo and Aquaculture Applications:

    Ozone is used in aquaculture, and zoos, due to its numerous advantages over traditional water treatment methods.

  • Biofuel Applications: Ideal for additional uses in the biofuel industry, including CIP (Clean in Place), exterior pipe washing / general area cleaning, and HVAC systems.

  • Cooling Tower Applications:
    Ozone has been proven a valuable tool as a biocide for the treatment of industrial and utility cooling water systems.

  • Livestock Applications:
    Clean ozonated water improves water consumption, animal growth, and reproduction while lowering the number of illnesses and deaths. Ozone dissolved in cold water destroys organic matter, such as bacteria and viruses.

  • Dairy Applications:
    Ozone dissolved in cold water destroys organic matter such as bacteria, viruses, milk solids, and calcium layers. There is no need for thermal energy or chemicals, resulting in no residuals.

  • Grain & Feed Remediation:
    The yield of any grains or feeds is hindered by mold growth, aflatoxins, vomitoxins, insects, and much more. Ozone is a chemical-free solution to these problems that will significantly reduce or eliminate their presence to meet regulations and increase profitability. 

  • CIP (Clean in Place) Systems:
    Ozone is an environmentally friendly disinfectant that leaves no residual, or by-products. Ozone is a safe sanitizer with no need for chemical storage, or handling, thus eliminating the related safety issues.

  • Hydraulic Fracturing Applications:
    When utilizing ozone in groundwater remediation, the ozone is injected into the groundwater to oxidize most of the hydrocarbons (such as Benzene, Toluene, Xylene, and Ethylbenzene) into carbon dioxide, water, and oxygen. Utilizing Ozone Solutions' industry-leading technology onsite typically reduces treatment time by 25% to 85% depending on site conditions.

  • Pools, Spas, Waterparks & Spas:
    Ozone is an effective disinfectant, killing bacteria, viruses, spores, mold, and algae. Ozone can be used alone to treat pools and spas or can be combined with sodium bromide to provide a residual in pools that are not continuously recirculated. 

  • Pulp & Paper Mills:
    Ozone is considered, from an ecological point of view, to be the best candidate for the bleaching of both hardwood and softwood pulp by replacement of chlorine in a combination-competition approach with other bleaching chemicals, such as chlorine dioxide, hydrogen peroxide, and per-acetic acid. 

  • Semiconductor Production:
    For decades now, semiconductor industry researchers have investigated the use of ozone for wafer-cleaning and resist-stripping applications. To lower chemical consumption and disposal costs as well as to improve cleaning efficiency, ozone has been used as an alternative to traditional cleans using basic (SC-1) and acidic (SC-2) hydrogen peroxide mixtures.

  • Surface Sanitation:
    Not only can ozone be used to sanitize the surfaces of your facility and equipment, but it can also be used to disinfect the surfaces of your products, produces, and meats. You can properly sanitize your surfaces with both gas and aqueous ozone.

 

Ozone treatment on a daily basis has accomplished more consistently acceptable bacteria counts than any of the other "non-ozone" treated cooling towers. The fact that we were provided the option to rent or "rent-to-buy" the ozone treatment system allowed us to try it with less risk. We are seriously considering ozone treatment for our other plants.