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  • Ozone For Treating and Controlling Aflatoxin

    Ozone has been found to be effective in reducing aflatoxin levels by as much as 95%.Aflatoxin can occur in the field before harvest, postharvest, during storage, processing, and feeding under a wide range of climatic conditions. major factor in the high incidence of hepatocellular carcinoma, a malignant neoplasm of hepatic cells, commonly referred to as […]

  • Basic Advice Re Ozone Generator Use For Treating Potable Water

    Ozone is new to many water treatment professionals and naturally there are a great many questions first time users have. Any water treatment technique has certain steps that when followed are found to be reliable and provide consistently satisfactory results. The following article is designed to assist engineers interested in ozone treatment and to provide […]

  • Remote Water Treatment Plants

    In remote areas if borehole water is brackish with high levels of salt then RO ( reverse osmosis) would be required but in most cases the water is contaminant free and river and dam water are not necessarily contaminated with salts or heavy metals and often only disinfection ( ozone) and possibly softeners are required. […]

  • Campylobacter In Poultry

    Prevent cross contamination of campylobacter and E. Coli in poultry packaging lines using ozone instead of chlorine Use ozone in the chiller room to prevent cross contamination of airborne pathogens and maintain carcase surfaces are bacteria free.

  • Purified Water Refill Systems

    Treated drinking water systems for retail outlets, garage forecourts, restaurants and remote hotels. Refill bottles or garafes with purified ozonated fresh water. Point of sale, kitchen based or Retail kiosk bottle fill or refill systems. Ozone Services Industries have been ozone and ultraviolet disinfection specialists in South Africa for the last 17 years and have […]

  • Ozone Treatment For Flour Processing (The Difference Between Chlorine Dioxide and Ozone)

    Ozone is an effective oxidant on the following microorganisms which are relevant to flour processing: • Salmonella family. • Staphylococcus Aureus (Golden Staph) • Clostridium tetani. • The OSI database does not have direct evidence for Clostridium Peifringens, but we believe it would react similarly a both are rod shaped bacteria from the same genus. […]

  • Ozone Extending Fresh Food Shelf Life

    Finding a rinsing or sanitising system that is both effective and safe and also acceptable for the discerning client can become a challenge. Historical methods such as chlorine rinse or sulphur pads are no longer acceptable especially on exports. Internationally and more recently in South Africa, the use of ozone and UV is fast becoming […]

  • Ozone Applications In The Seafood Industry

    Some fish processing plants recently have adopted the addition of ozone to all waters used throughout the plant for washing fresh fish, but also for sanitising processing equipment, workers clothing and boots, for making ice, and for washing drains at the end of the work day or shift. OZONE APPLICATIONS IN THE SEAFOOD INDUSTRY The […]

  • Ozone Controlling and Destroying Erwinia

    OZONE CAN BE USED TO PREVENT ERWINIA DESTROYING FOUNDATION STOCK OR CROP  Erwinia, a massive potential problem for hydroponics, greenhouses and nurseries in South Africa. WILKIPEDIA DESCRIPTION Erwinia is a genus of Enterobacteriaceae bacteria containing mostly plant pathogenic species which was named for the famous phytobacteriologist, Erwin Frink Smith. It contains gram-negative bacteria related to […]