Ozone is used in ultra-pure water applications as a disinfectant and water purifier. In many pharmaceutical or laboratory applications ozone is the only viable option for water treatment of ultra-pure water applications.
Oxidation Technologies will service existing and supply new ozone water systems for ultra-pure water applications. We will custom build you a complete system that will meet your specific plant requirements.
The drawing below shows a typical Ulta-Pure water system providing high-purity water set-up.
-Ozone is generated from oxygen to ensure high-purity ozone and minimal nitrogen enters the system.
-Ozone venturi and pump is commonly part of the existing water system or an integral part of this. However, it may also be installed on the ozone skid.
-The water storage tank is used for ozone injection and dissolving ozone into water.
-Low levels of ozone are used to maintain bacteria-free water
-Higher levels of ozone are used periodically, likely weekly, as a sanitation cycle
-UV Light will be used to destroy ozone in water. The UV light will be ON during normal loop operation to keep ozone from the water loop. During sanitation the UV light will be turned OFF to achieve higher levels of ozone in the water, and throughout the entire loop
-Ozone will escape from the water and enter the head-space of the tank. An ozone destruct system is used to vent the tank safely
Listed below are some of the possible options for system configurations:
-Complete stainless steel construction
-316L piping construction
-Specific welding practices for purging and passivization of wetted parts
-Specific surface finish tank and wetted materials
-Water quality monitoring and control of:
-Conductivity of water
-TSS, TDS, TOC
We can also provide complete system integration and custom control systems for your water treatment system. We will integrate the ozone system with your existing or new, water treatment equipment.
For any questions on ultra-pure water applications please call or e-mail and visit with our application engineers today.