Ozone molecules have 3 atoms of oxygen (O3). The bond between the atoms is weak and as the third atom is released energy is transferred to the molecule being oxidized. This energy causes the outer membranes of microorganism to rupture.
SGA Series: The SGA Series of integrated ozone/oxygen systems combines air-cooled ozone generation with onboard oxygen concentration in a compact, wall-mountable stainless steel housing. Powerful and user-friendly, the SGA Series can produce up to 3.2 pounds of ozone/day and is ideal for a broad range of commercial and industrial applications. Find out more about Pacific Ozone's SGA Series.
Large SGA Series: The Large SGA Series of integrated ozone/oxygen systems combines aircooled ozone generation with onboard oxygen concentration in a compact, stainless steel housing. Powerful and user-friendly, the Large SGA Series can produce up to 12.7 pounds of ozone/day and is ideal for a broad range of commercial and industrial applications. Find out more about Pacific Ozone's LSGA here.
SGC Series: One-button system control, onboard air compression, and remarkable ozone output (up to 25g/hr, 1.3 lbs/day) make the SGC Series ozone generators the most flexible and easy-to-use ozone production systems of their size. Ideal for a variety of commercial and industrial applications, the SGC Series generators combine air-cooled ozone generation with onboard oxygen concentration and air compression–all housed in a compact, wall-mountable stainless steel cabinet. Find out more about Pacific Ozone's SGC Series.
Successful ozone systems require four basic elements: feed gas preparation, ozone generation, mass transfer, and control. As one of the oldest and most experienced firms in industrial ozone, Pacific Ozone optimizes these elements in complete, integrated ozone systems that meet the unique requirements of your process and application.
Feed Gas Preparation: One of the first questions one is often faced with in designing an ozone system is whether the application requires concentrated oxygen or simply clean, dry air. Ozone systems convert diatomic oxygen (O2 ) from the atmosphere to ozone (O3 ). A closer look at the first basic element of ozone : Feed Gas.
Ozone Generation: Ozone (O3 ) is created when diatomic oxygen (O2 ) is exposed to an electrical field or ultraviolet (UV) light. Exposure to these high levels of energy causes a portion of the diatomic oxygen molecules to split into individual oxygen atoms. These free oxygen atoms combine with diatomic oxygen molecules to form ozone. A closer look at the second basic element of ozone: O3 Generation.
Mass Transfer: Mass transfer is the process in which ozone gas is dissolved into water. Ozone mass transfer may be achieved by bubbling ozone gas through a column of water via diffusion stones or by aggressively mixing the ozone with the water via an integrated mass transfer system utilizing venturi injection. A closer look at the third basic element of ozone: Mass Transfer.
Ozone Monitoring: The substantial oxidizing and disinfecting power of ozone must be carefully monitored and controlled to ensure that the production of ozone matches the requirements of the application. Inadequate ozone production may yield inadequate oxidation and disinfection. Too much ozone may damage the product or process equipment. A closer look at the fourth basic element of ozone: Ozone Monitoring.