samedi 10 juin 2017

Getting The Right Ozone Sanitizing Device For Clean Water

By Lisa Clark

Ozone generators require a source of oxygen to make ozone (O3). This is simply three oxygen atoms connected together (O3). The air that we breathe contains about 21% oxygen and is built from two oxygen atoms (O2). You can buy pure oxygen from industrial and medical gas suppliers. It is also possible to make oxygen using a so-called oxygen concentrator. Small versions of ozone sanitizing devices are used for home medical purposes. They also produce a gas that is extremely dry which is 90-95% oxygen.

Commercial scale O3 generator cannot tolerate water entering the generator without having severe damage. The potential for backflow exists since the gas must flow from the generator into the water, so there is a pathway for water to backflow into the generator. This is compounded because O3 can be injected, via a venturi, into water that is at a higher pressure than that inside of the O3 generator. If there is a problem with the operation of the venturi or some change in the downstream hydraulics, water can be forced into the generator.

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In water treatment applications the O3 water treatment system must make the proper amount of O3 and dissolve it into the water. The O3 transfer efficiency is the percent of O3 that dissolves out of the total amount that was generated. Only O3 that dissolves into the water will be able to carry out reactions like disinfection, oxidation of organic molecules or enhancing filtration.

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When dealing with indoor air though things become a little bit more complicated. In indoor environments, air can become stagnant and is not subjected to nature's normal cleansing mechanisms which are primarily UV light or direct sunlight, and O3 which is produced when sunlight in the right frequencies reacts with moisture in the air and releases O3. Indoors this does not happen.

For many years, commercial on-premise laundry (OPL) operators have been hearing promises that ozone laundry systems would provide a dramatic gain in laundry operational efficiencies (especially through energy savings) without a loss in linen outcomes. Unfortunately, there were some poorly conceived systems on the market that over-promised and under-delivered.

Before deciding on a sanitizing method for your spa you should consult with the manufactures' recommendations and test the chemical balance of your hot tub to determine appropriate action. Regardless of your application there is a sanitizer for your spa. We've given you an overview of the most commonly utilized methods and applications and hope you have found it informational.

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