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    OZONE IN POOLS FAQ’S Q &A’S Frequently asked Questions and Answers Q1.  Why  ozonise  /  ozonate  my  pool  or  spa? A.  1. a.  Generally  pool owners  who are concerned  about harmful effects  of chlorine will be interested  in converting  from chlorine or  chemicals systems and/or  salt chlorinators. In  particular  heated pools  or spas with chlorine  disinfectant systems can  be harmful as the skin pores […]

  • Ozone In Swimming Pools

    Go top this link for FAQ’s for ozone in Pools GetOzone offer the Aquazone Range of Atmospheric Air fed Corona Ozone Generators which are ideal for Residential and larger swimming pools. The Aquazone Basic units  have no Flow metre or Air driers which are included in the Aquazone Advanced range. Why Ozone? Ozone  works 3000 […]

  • Aquazone Ozone Pool Questions and Answers

    WHAT YOU WILL NEED? An ozone generator   Aquazone 1G Basic/Adv 10000 litres Aquazone 3.5 G Basic/Adv 30000 litres Aquazone 5 G Basic/Adv 50000 litres Aquazone 10 G Basic/Adv 100000 litres Voltage 220 220 220 220 Mgs/ozone on dry air 800-1000 3000-4000 5000 1000 Power watts 30-35 60-70 90-100 150-160   An in line 50 […]

  • Ozone Mould Treatment Preventing Mould On Cut Bananas

    Peru: 8,000 organic banana producers will apply Ozone Mould Treatment Nearly eight thousand organic banana producers from the regions of La Libertad, Tumbes, Piura and Lambayeque, who receive training from the CEDEPAS North Center for Innovation and Technological Transfer (CITE), will benefit from the application of ozone technology in the washing and packing stages of […]


    Ozone Food Processing is a much needed Value add on for all Fresh Food Processing facilities. Food Storage Concerns about extending shelf life and controlling the decay and ripening of produce without depending on harmful chemicals have driven increased demand for safe, proven food storage alternatives. Service providers offer on-site ozone generating systems to deliver low-dose concentrations […]


    THE BENEFITS OF  OZONE FOOD RINSE AS AN ANTIMICROBIAL AGENT Ozone is a powerful antimicrobial agent that has numerous potential applications in the food industry because of its significant advantages over traditional antimicrobial agents such as chlorine, potassium sorbates, etc. It is mainly by applying gaseous ozone or ozone-containing water that food products are treated […]

  • Ozone Cannabis Growing

    Ozone Cannabis Growing Organically Cannabis is susceptible to a range of fungi, bacteria, viruses, and other contaminants. State regulations require testing for microbes and destruction of product that do not meet specified standards. Many producers destroy a substantial amount of their yields because of failed microbial tests, losing hundreds of thousands of dollars. Ozone technology […]

  • Ozone Effect on Meats, Vegetables and Fish

    Ozone Effect  of  Ozone  on  Chicken  Meat  (Antibiotics  Removal) Test  Parameter Unit Results Foam Chicken  Meat Chlortetracycline mg/kg Present Absent Oxy  tetracycline mg/kg Present Absent Chloramphenicol mg/kg Absent Absent The  above  chicken  meat  sample  was  immersed in  ozonated water for  30  minutes  in  3  litres  of  tap  water. Both  the  foam  and  the  meat  ozonated were  used  for  testing. The  laboratory  results  showed  that  after  ozonation,  two  of  the  above  antibiotics  were  present  in the  foam  sample  but  not  in  the  chicken  meat.  This  analysis  indicates  that  the  antibiotics  in  the chicken  meat  were  extracted  by  ozonating  the  meat. Ozone effect  on  Chicken  Meat  (Shelf  Life  Testing) Day Total  Bacterial  Count  at  37°  C  for  48  hours,  cfu/g Without  Ozone  Treatment With  Ozone  Treatment Day  1 4 2.8×10 3 2.4×10 Day  2 5 2.4×10 5 2.0×10 Day  3 5 4.0×10 5 3.2×10 Day  4 6 1.1×10 5 7.0×10 […]

  • Corona discharge ozone generators or UV

    Ultraviolet (UV) ozone generation Ultraviolet lamps have been used for decades to generate ozone.  This lamp emits UV light at 185 nanometers (nm). Light is measured on a scale called an electromagnetic spectrum and its increments are referred to as nanometers. Figure 1 represents an electromagnetic scale; note the location of higher-frequency ultraviolet light relative […]