Ozone Systems

Ozone (O3) is historically known for its superior disinfection properties as well as for its ability to degrade organic and inorganic pollutants and chemicals. As a strong oxidizing agent, ozone is extremely effective at killing pathogenic bacteria, protozoa, and viruses.

O3 gas in normal state has limitations that have curtailed its widespread commercial use; it is far too unstable to be produced, stored, and transported. As a result, mass transfer limitations are one of the primary restrictions in ozonation systems.

While in its normal state O3 has a half-life of under 10 minutes, in Nano Gas form it can remain stable for a long time, days, or even weeks, enabling its use in numerous processes as a powerful oxidant, disinfectant, and biocide.

Benefits of Ozone Nano Gas

  • 10x more reactive than Oxygen
  • Extremely low production cost
  • Can be stored in Nano Gas state
  • Powerful disinfectant
  • Very effective in removing biofilms
  • No chlorinated compounds.
  • No residual chemicals or disinfectants
  • Ozone breaks down to oxygen.
  • Ozone is effective in a wide pH range
  • Can be adjusted for residual O3 concentration
  • Can be adjusted for Temperature effects
In Situ Chemical Oxidation (ISCO) with Ozone destroys bacteria and breaks down a diverse range of chemical constituents including oil and petroleum products, solvents, and pesticides. Ozone has also shown to be particularly effective at accelerating the remediation of volatile and semi-volatile compounds (VOCs and SVOCs). O3 is 12 times more soluble than O2 and unlike other oxidants, O3 degrades to oxygen and does not leave behind any residual chemicals.