Lower ozone generation costs with Linde’s new OZORA system


Linde will feature its new oxygen recovery system that can dramatically reduce oxygen (O2) consumption during ozone production for water treatment, at the Association of California Water Agenicies (ACWA) conference held in Anaheim, California from the 28th November to the 1st December.

According to Peter Studer, Programme Manager, Linde LLC, the patented system, named the OZORATM, can help the many California water treatment operators that depend on ozonation maximise their investment ­– and it can positively shift the economics for those operators who are not using ozonation. Studer will present an overview at a conference session on 29th November at 10am.

About 90% of the O2 used by an ozone generator is not converted to ozone (O3) and remains unused at a high cost to the water treatment operator. Linde leveraged its deep knowledge of adsorption processes to create the OZORA oxygen recovery system which efficiently separates O3 and recycles the unused O2 back to the O3 generator, reducing O2 consumption by up to 60%.

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