Oxygen vs Air for Ozone Production
The use of pure oxygen to produce ozone allows higher concentrations in the feed gas that provides higher solubility
Ozone can be added at several points throughout the drinking water process, such as pre-oxidation, intermediate oxidation or final disinfection.
Ozone is an unstable product that cannot be stored and needs to be produced on-site from oxygen through dedicated generators. Air Products, as an oxygen major supplier, has over the years developed the know-how to help its customers optimise the ozone processes.
We can help you enhance your treatment and give advice on the options to increase your productivity or efficiency.
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Pure oxygen uses higher ozone concentrations giving higher solubility and faster reactions. Pure oxygen ozonisers produce ozone concentrations in the range of 10-14% w/w.
Higher ozone concentrations equal higher treatments efficiency.
In addition to its use as a respiratory gas for healthcare applications, its strong oxidizing properties benefit many industries by improving yields, optimizing performance, lowering costs and reducing carbon footprint compared to other fuels.