The primary focus of water treatment, regardless of source, is to optimize treatment equipment options and methods to provide consistent, potable water quality to the end user. The main immediate concern is the elimination of dangerous biological contamination through disinfection. As the industry develops new methods and learns more about historic processes, there is a series of options to utilize with various advantages and disadvantages.
Ozone disinfection options for systems large and small
The Winona Family YMCA is located in southeast Minnesota, in a town that is home to approximately 27,000 residents. The 4,300-member athletic center is spread across 78,000 sq ft and hosts programs and classes in badminton, basketball, tennis, aquatics and more.
Built in 1951, the original indoor pool at the Winona YMCA measures 20 by 60 yd. When a new, larger pool was built, the smaller pool became the YMCA’s warm-water pool, used for toddler and senior citizen classes, as well as therapeutic activities.
Minnesota YMCA improves indoor pool water quality with an ozone generator
Pacific Ozone expanded its precision control in-line pressurized ozone systems for bottled water, beverage, pure water systems and other industrial ozone disinfection applications. Available in the Summit and Horizon product lines, these fully integrated ozone contacting platforms include the ozone generator, feed gas supply, ozone contacting and gas management system with off-gas decomposition, and complete instrumentation and safety features.
This new in-line pressurized precision control ozone system is ideal for bottled water, beverage, pure water systems and other industrial ozone disinfection applications. Available in the Summit and Horizon product lines, these fully integrated ozone contacting platforms include the ozone generator, feed gas supply, ozone contacting and gas management system with off-gas decomposition, and complete instrumentation and safety features. The systems provide control and precision ozone dosing, and are easy to use.
Independent study shows positive effects of cold water ozone laundering on extending the life of linens
ClearWater Tech officials discussed the many benefits, supported by an independent study, of the positive effects cold water ozone laundering has on extending the life of linens, at the Clean Show in New Orleans at the Morial Convention Center June 20 to 22.
Chlorine is and has been the No. 1 disinfectant used by water treatment systems throughout the world for more than 100 years. Currently, a majority of municipal water systems use chlorine to disinfect their drinking water. Recently, though, concerns over chlorine’s limitations have emerged, and research into alternative disinfectants is ongoing.
New disinfection options may provide alternatives to traditional chlorine
The CD12AD has dual ozone reaction chambers with a built-in air dryer. The generator can operate as a highly technical application using real-time 4-20 mA control or in manual mode. It offers complete disinfection on contact and eliminates odors with powerful but safe oxidation. The generator has a regulated universal power supply, a built-in moisture indicator and air filter, and an LED status display.
Eco-Safe Systems USA will provide ozone disinfection systems for national chain
Eco-Safe Systems USA Inc. announced a purchase order for the installation of its NSF-registered ozone disinfection systems for 17 locations of a large national restaurant chain.
Lord Fletcher’s, an iconic restaurant located along the shores of Lake Minnetonka in Minnesota, was established in 1968. Specializing in traditional dining and evening entertainment, it has become a favorite spot for both young and old. In summer months the bars and patio are lined with guests enjoying the pleasant atmosphere.
Softening overhaul cuts costs and simplifies operations for iconic restaurant
Each day 150 big rigs, each pulling two large containers of tomatoes, rumble through a rural California town to the local tomato processing plant. From July to September each year, the plant receives 810,000 lb of tomatoes each day. Operating three shifts 24/7 during the harvest season, the company produces more than 100 different products, such as pizza sauce, marinara sauce and tomato sauce, largely for the food service industry.
Ozone improves efficiency and cleanliness for processing facility