International Ozone Association

Ozone Generation

Ozone is being increasingly used to improve the organic qualities of drinking water with control of taste, odour, and colour as well as for its germicidal action.


Ozone Generation


Oxygen (O2) and Ozone (O3) are gaining wide acceptance in water treatment. There has been rapid development in both the methods of reliably producing low cost oxygen and ozone and applying them to water treatment problems.


Application of ozone in water treatment includes the destruction or removal of: complex organic molecules, cyanides and phenols from chemical waste, etc. Ozone is also used extensively in industry in oxidation processes and for disinfection purposes.


Oxygen from our Oxygen Generators is used as a dry feed gas to an ozone generator, greatly improving ozone output.


In order to obtain optimal operating conditions, the feed gas at the inlet of the ozone generator has to satisfy certain requirements:


  • have a high percentage of oxygen
  • be free of impurities, such as dust. oil/hydrocarbons and hydrogen
  • be dry
  • have a low temperature (max. 25C)
  • have a pressure high enough to ensure correct operation of the ozone generation and absorption processes.


An AirPro Oxygen System will provide all the above as well as being a secure source of supply, easy to control, with no maintenance or operation staff required and at minimal costs.


AirPro Oxygen Generators eliminate the expense, inconvenience, hazardous handling, and storage problems associated with purchased liquid or the transportation of high pressure oxygen cylinders. With PSA and VPSA technology they are the most efficient and dependable generators available today. Fully automatic, they require no supervision for operation.


Applications of Ozone Generators feed via an AirPro Oxygen Generator:


  • Water purification: drinking water, bottled water, swimming pools, industrial wastewaters cooling towers, groundwater remediation, wastewater re-use.


  • Air purification: gas emissions from industry, conditioning system.


  • Pulp bleaching for chlorine-free production of paper.


  • Organic synthesis.


  • Aquaculture and fish farming.


  • Food processing: rinsing water, food preservation.


  • Surface treatment: semiconductor manufacture, inorganics production.


  • Medicine and esthetics: ozonotherapy, surgery, dental care, optical care, manufacture of pharmaceuticals and beauty products.