Ozone Reduction

Ozone can serve as an important component to a comprehensive water treatment system – its properties reduce microbiological organisms and degrade many organic contaminants in water. Additionally, residual dissolved ozone ultimately decomposes into oxygen.

However, residual ozone represents a potential hazard and it can be damaging to finished goods, as well as to processing and fabrication equipment. Utilizing UV to reduce ozone is a good solution, as it does not require additives that may leave behind residuals.

How Ozone Reduction Works

UV light reduces ozone in water very quickly. The mechanism for reduction is dissociation, which occurs when UV energy breaks one of the oxygen bonds in an ozone molecule. 

Advantages of UV in Ozone Reduction

  • Application-specific reactor design
  • Touchscreen or graphic controller

A graphic depicting the destruction of ozone by way of UV disinfection technology

Aquafine UV Systems for Ozone Reduction

Aquafine VL Series
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Aquafine Logic Series
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