ClearWater Tech to Spotlight Ozone Generator at Aquatech

January 8, 2013

The CD12AD wall-mounted ozone generator offers dual ozone reaction chambers

ClearWater Tech Aquatech Conference CD12AD Ozone Generator

ClearWater Tech plans to showcase its newest Corona Discharge Ozone Generator when the Aquatech Society Conference recognizes its 50th anniversary this month at the Grand Wailea Resort in Maui, Hawaii. The conference is being held Jan. 13 to 17, and ClearWater will display the CD12AD wall mounted ozone generator at the one-day floor exhibition on Jan. 16.

“The 50th anniversary conference has all the makings to be a memorable occasion, and the tradeshow portion of the event presents us with an excellent opportunity. There is nothing else like the CD12AD available in the marketplace,” said Cameron Tapp, president and CEO of ClearWater Tech. 

The CD12AD offers dual ozone reaction chambers with an efficient built-in air dryer to deliver output of 2.6 grams per hour at 8SCFH on dry air. The compact, air-cooled generator is reliable, with the capability of a highly technical application using real-time 4-20 mA control or manual mode operation. Either way, output can be controlled to 100%.

A host of benefits and a wide range of applications are expected to make the CD12AD attractive to the marketplace. It offers sanitation with complete disinfection on contact, making it ideal for residential swimming pools and commercial spas. It also eliminates odors with a powerful but safe oxidation, and ozone protects the environment by reducing wastewater pollutants. 

Tapp said users should experience savings in time and money with the CD12AD. It significantly reduces or eliminates the need for chemicals, and the disinfectant is produced on-site with no need for storage.

Made in the U.S., the CD12AD includes a regulated universal power supply, a built-in moisture indicator and air filter, and a user friendly LED light operational status display. Easy to install and maintain, it is designed to provide years of service.

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Clearwater Tech

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