Linde to debut system that lowers cost of ozone generation for drinking water utilities


Linde LLC will introduce a new oxygen recovery system which dramatically reduces oxygen (O2) consumption during ozone (O3) production for water treatment at WEFTEC 2018 in New Orleans on 1st to 3rd October.

The OZORA™ oxygen recovery system, jointly tested and validated with SUEZ at a drinking water treatment plant, significantly lowers ozonation operating costs and will be unveiled at booth 7313 during the Water Environment Federation’s (WEF) Annual Technical Exhibition & Conference at New Orleans Morial Convention Center, LA.

Ozone generators typically convert about 10% of O2 used in the process to O3, but the new system efficiently separates O3 and recycles the unused O2 back to the O3 generator, significantly reducing O2 consumption by up to 60%.

Ozonation is a water treatment process which helps utilities improve filtration and disinfection.

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