Pure Aqua, Inc. designs and assemble complete ozone generators and ozone water treatment systems for commercial, residential and industrial water treatment purposes. Applications range from treating swimming pool water to food processing water and bottling applications.
Ozonation is a water treatment method that is tasked with killing bacteria and other microorganisms through an ozone infusion, which means exposing oxygen molecules to high electrical voltage creating a gas. Ozonation claims many advantages such as providing extra barriers to public health, enhancing the quality of water, effectively kills viruses and bacteria, decreases the formation of chlorinated disinfection byproducts, enhances taste and odor control in water supply, and optimal placement of ozone facilities reduces ozone dose and associated cost.
Ozone is a natural purifier that has been used to purify water since the early 1900s. Pure Aqua ozone systems serve a diverse market of applications around the globe.
Today, ozone is being utilized in a continually expanding array of applications.
- Indoor Air Quality
- Commercial Laundry
- Pool, Spa & Water Features
- Problem Drinking Water
- Beverage - Bottled Water, Soft Drink
- Process Fluids
- Industrial Effluent
- Aqua Culture
- Aquariums & Zoos
Ozonation also has the power to eliminate solids from wastewater by oxidation and physical floatation, increase pH, and reduce color and turbidity. Ozonation is used by many applications such as drinking water treatment, swimming pools, and beverage bottling companies. Ozonation has been found as an approved technology for drinking water treatment by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and has been extensively recognized as an effective method of treating drinking water to enhance taste and safety for municipalities, small communities, and residences. This strong disinfectant has been approved for potable water treatment with strong capabilities of killing bacteria, viruses, Giardia, and Cryptosporidium. Swimming pool owners have recognized the benefits of ozonation because it destroys bacteria, viruses and other water-borne contaminants up to 3100 times quicker than chlorine without generating any odor, burning eyes or hazardous by-products associated with harsh chemicals. Beverage bottling companies have used ozonation as a residual disinfectant for bottled water for many years. Its sanitizing accomplishment has prompted the International Bottled Water Association (IBWA) to require the use of ozonation in certain types of bottled water. Ozonation is used in the preparation of bottled water, surface sanitation, container rinsing, and water preservation. Ozonation is also used in applications that include the removal of pesticide, organic and inorganic compounds, the improvement of the flocculation/coagulation decantation process, and the elimination of taste and odor.