Durable Ozone Water for Sterilization

Posted by Joel Leusink on May 22, 2013 under Conferences/News | Read the First Comment

OPT Creation Inc. Presents New Developed “NAnO3 Durable Ozone Water for Sterilization” at 113th Annual Session of American Association of Orthodontists in Philadelphia

OPT Creation Inc. Presents New Developed “NAnO3 Durable Ozone Water for Sterilization” at 113th Annual Session of American Association of Orthodontists in Philadelphia

SHIN YOKOHAMA, Japan, May 20, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — OPT Creation, Inc. is an Innovation and Technology licensing company making cleaner and safer living environment utilizing Nanobubble Technology and Chemical free technology. We would like to announce that we made our presentation of one of our technology “Durable Ozone Water” at 113(th) Annual Session of American Association of Orthodontists which was held from 5/3/20135/5/2013 at Pennsylvania Convention Center.

It is known that Ozone water has a strong sterilizing power, have effects of sterilization, deodorizing, bleaching and has a wide range of excellent effects such as keeping freshness of food products. Because it is easy to dissolve naturally and has low persistency, there is no accumulation to the human body. Ozone water may be known as friendly to human and environment sterilization functional water. But at same time it is known that the regular ozone water has an astaticism that ozone gas does not stay long enough and ozone gas is chemically unstable and becomes (2O(3) ->3O(2) ) oxygen. In the water, it decomposes in several minutes.

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Ozone Use in Drinking Water

Posted by Joel Leusink on October 25, 2012 under Drinking Water Treatment | Be the First to Comment

Did you know the most common industrial use for ozone is drinking water?

If you are new to the world of ozone it may surprise you how prevalent the use of ozone is throughout the United States. Today, there are more than 280 major water treatment plants in the United States that incorporate the use of ozone in their processes. It is projected that by 2015 the number of plants using ozone will reach 300. There is a very good chance that the water you are drinking has been treated with ozone prior to your consumption.

Water Splashing

Ozone use in drinking water has  has been prevalent throughout the world since the early 1900’s.  Ozone was initially used in the United States in 1940 in Whiting, IN for water disinfection in the water treatment process. From there, the use of ozone in drinking water has expanded to its’ current wide usage throughout the United States today. In 1982, ozone was given GRAS approval for use in bottled water. This opened up the use of ozone for disinfection in the bottled water industry. Today, the majority of bottled water companies use ozone to ensure pure water that is pathogen free for consumers. Read more about ozone use in bottled water .

Drinking Fountain

Looking ahead, ozone may also be used for the removal of micro-pollutants, such as pharmaceuticals in the water, personal care products, and endocrine disruptors. Ozone is currently used in waste-water disinfection for these purposes and it is possible the use of ozone will be carried over into drinking water plants in the future.

A few examples of large U.S. Cities using ozone today are below:

  • Los Angeles, CA since 1987
  • Tuscon, AX since 1992
  • Dallas, TX since 1993
  • Raleigh, NC since 1999
  • Seattle, WA since 2000
  • Orlando, FL since 2004

Ozone Retrofit at District’s Oldest Water Treatment Plant

Posted by Joel Leusink on June 14, 2012 under Conferences/News | Read the First Comment

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Ozone Retrofit

June 12, 2012 07:59 PM Eastern Daylight Time

Metropolitan Board Authorizes Ozone Retrofit at District’s Oldest Water Treatment Plant

F.E. Weymouth plant in La Verne is final treatment facility to receive ozone upgrade

The Metropolitan Board of Directors today authorized construction of $140.4 million of new ozone facilities at the district’s oldest treatment plant, a project that will help boost the regional and state’s economy, add up to 1,200 jobs during construction while enhancing Southern California’s drinking water quality.

The new facilities will use ozone to replace chlorine as the primary disinfectant at Metropolitan’s F.E. Weymouth Water Treatment Plant in La Verne.

“One of Metropolitan’s primary responsibilities is to provide high-quality water within its six-county service area and to fully meet current and future drinking water quality standards,” said Metropolitan board Chairman John V. Foley. “Nearly 20 years ago, we identified ozone disinfection as a more effective treatment process. Today’s action is another significant step in our comprehensive plan to convert all five Metropolitan treatment plants to ozone technology.”

Metropolitan General Manager Jeffrey Kightlinger called ozone treatment the most beneficial and cost-effective way to improve and protect the quality of drinking water served to 19 million Southern Californians.

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New Breakthroughs on the development of Electrolytic Ozone Generators

Posted by Joel Leusink on May 7, 2012 under Conferences/News | Read the First Comment

 press release

Electrolytic Ozone, Inc. Boron-Doped Diamond Cell Enables Compact Sanitizing Products

Solid Synthetic Diamond Electrodes Enable More Effective, Reliable, Safe, and Ultra Compact Ozone Products

     BOSTON, May 4, 2012 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ — Electrolytic Ozone, Inc. has developed an exclusive solid boron-doped synthetic diamond ozone production technology enabling a new class of compact applications that have previously been impractical. The characteristics of the solid synthetic diamond electrode at the heart of the EOI Active Diamond Electrolytic Process Technology (ADEPT(TM)) enables greater reliability, greater sanitizing power in a more compact cell, and enhanced user safety, as compared to coated synthetic diamond electrodes. In addition, the solid synthetic diamond technology doesn’t suffer the safety and stability issues known to plague lead oxide electrodes, and are found to be more efficient than platinum coated electrodes.
Produce ozone electrolytically in water
Example of an electrolytic Ozone Generator
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Ozone Solutions Purchases Hess Machine International

Posted by Joel Leusink on April 13, 2010 under Conferences/News | Be the First to Comment

Ozone Solutions of Hull, IA and Hess Machine of Ephrata, PA are both pleased to announce the sale of Hess Machine to Ozone Solutions on April 9, 2010.

Ozone Solutions, Inc. is a leading manufacturer of ozone systems for groundwater remediation and food processing companies. Hess Machine, founded in 1965, has a long history in the ozone industry, especially as a leader in the bottled water segment.

Scott Postma, General Manager of Ozone Solutions says, “We believe this to be an excellent opportunity that will permit existing and new customers of both Hess machine and Ozone Solutions to have a more expanded product offering.”

Austin Hess, founder of Hess Machine International said, “We are pleased that Ozone Solutions will continue the offering of products and service to our customers with whom we have worked so closely over many years.”

Founded in 1997, Ozone Solutions has grown to become a worldwide provider of ozone products and services. Ozone Solutions is best known for its broad product line with over 400 ozone-related products.

For more information, go to w ww.ozonesolutions.com.