Ozone Compressors

Ozone Compressors
Product Flow Rates Price
Single Head OC-P1
Single Head OC-P1

8.4 LPM @ 25 PSI

6 LPM @ 50 PSI

$600.00
Single Head OC-3 Pump
Single Head OC-3 Pump

13.0 LPM @ 25 PSI

 6.0 LPM @ 50 PSI

$1,545.00
Single Head OC-1 Pump
Single Head OC-1 Pump

10.5 LPM @ 25 PSI

 2.0 LPM @ 50 PSI

$1,997.00
Double Head OC-5 Pump
Double Head OC-5 Pump

22 LPM @ 25 PSI

17 LPM @ 50 PSI

$2,915.00
Quad Head OC-7 Pump
Quad Head OC-7 Pump

55 LPM @ 25 PSI

41 LPM @ 50 PSI

$4,650.00
Single Head OC-P1

Single Head OC-P1

$600.00

Flow Rates

8.4 LPM @ 25 PSI

6 LPM @ 50 PSI

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Single Head OC-3 Pump

Single Head OC-3 Pump

$1,545.00

Flow Rates

13.0 LPM @ 25 PSI

 6.0 LPM @ 50 PSI

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Single Head OC-1 Pump

Single Head OC-1 Pump

$1,997.00

Flow Rates

10.5 LPM @ 25 PSI

 2.0 LPM @ 50 PSI

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Double Head OC-5 Pump

Double Head OC-5 Pump

$2,915.00

Flow Rates

22 LPM @ 25 PSI

17 LPM @ 50 PSI

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Quad Head OC-7 Pump

Quad Head OC-7 Pump

$4,650.00

Flow Rates

55 LPM @ 25 PSI

41 LPM @ 50 PSI

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Ozone Compressor Common applications:

- Pull ozone gas from an ozone generator + air dryer that produce ozone from a vacuum

- Boost low ozone pressures for lab or small-scale testing applications - filling a vessel or tank is common

- Push ozone gas into a pressurized water line where a venturi is not an option - home water systems are common

- Push ozone gas into a force-main from a lift station into wastewater for odor and corrosion control

Vacuum Driven air-fed ozone generator:

A common use for an ozone compressor is pulling ozone gas from an ozone generator under vacuum. Ozone can be produced from dry air efficiently with a vacuum-driven air dryer. Ozone gas can then be pushed to the point of use with the ozone compressor. This equipment has the potential of lowering capital cost vs an ozone system capable of higher pressures and is very flexible.

Vacuum driven ozone generator, air dryer with ozone compressor

 

Ozone used for wastewater force-main:

Ozone gas can be used in force-mains within a wastewater system to lower odors, reduce chemical use and lower corrosion from H2S. Force-mains commonly operate at very high pressures, above 50 PSI. This will require the use of a boost compressor to increase the ozone pressures to a pressure above the force-main.

 

Ozone gas, pressurized with a boost compressor to push ozone gas into a force-main at a lift station.

 

 

Consider:

- Heat destroys ozone, the compressor does create heat during operation.  Therefore this process will decrease the ozone concentration slightly. A higher ozone production rate may be needed to compensate for these losses.

- If the ozone compressor is pulling a vacuum and creating pressure both forces must be taken into account when choosing the proper compressor for your flow.

- The OC-Series ozone compressor are available with aluminum and stainless steel heads. Aluminum should only be used with oxygen-fed ozone generators as the aluminum will be corroded with air-fed ozone generators. However, aluminum does dissipate heat less and will conserve ozone better through the pressurization process.

- When the compressor is used to boost pressure, for example, 10 PSI at the ozone generator inlet/compressor outlet and 50 PSI at the compressor outlet, this must be taken into account when reviewing the appropriate performance chart.

- The OC-Series compressors will re-start under pressures, however, this is limited, contact us with questions.

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