Most of the industrial production involves release of effluent water streams with high chemical oxygen demand (COD) loads. COD is a measure of the oxygen requirement of the organic matter susceptible to oxidation by a strong chemical oxidant. It is used to define the organic strength of industrial wastes and polluted waters. COD wastes usually are not readily biodegradable and often contain compounds that cannot be removed by biological activity in wastewater treatment facilities. Addition of a high-pressure oxygen / ozone stream to such effluent treatment system shall reduce the COD at less contact time.
OZONE IN DRINKING WATER TREATMENT
The use of ozone as a pre-oxidant or intermediate oxidant in drinking-water treatment is becoming increasingly common. Ozone is a very strong disinfectant and oxidizer. Any pathogen or contaminant that can be disinfected, altered or removed via oxidation process by ozone. It is the strongest of all molecules available for disinfection in water treatment, and is second only to elemental fluorine in oxidizing power. Compared to chlorine, the most common water disinfection chemical, ozone is a more than 50% stronger oxidizer and acts over 3000 times faster. Both chlorine and fluorine are highly toxic chemicals. Ozone treated drinking water can be expected to be: cleaner, clearer, colourless, non-staining, odourless, palatable, safer and oxygenated.
PACT OZONE STANDARD SYSTEMS
Comprise of the following components and optional items
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