Ozone Generating Systems—Swimming Pool and Spa Application...
By Kelly Johnson, MWS Ozone (chemically written as O3) is a great swimming pool and spa oxidizer. Though not a stand-alone sanitizer or oxidizer, we will learn that it supports traditional pool and spa sanitizers, […]
The Science of Ozone Laundry Systems
By Darrell Weeter There are huge developments in the methods we use to do laundry. The largest change is the realization that we can achieve high-quality standards without using hot water or hazardous chemicals. When […]
Ozone–A Powerful Tool
By Greg Reyneke, MWS The deadly algal blooms in the Great Lakes of the US in the recent past remind us that water is teeming with life and the nutrition to sustain it. Naturally occurring […]
Ozone – Why Aren’t You Using It Yet?
By Greg Reyneke, MWS Water is one of the most precious commodities on our planet. It is our job as water quality management experts to make that water cleaner, better and more useful while saving […]
Ozone in the Residential Sector: A Discussion on Future Opti...
By Marc DeBrum WC&P recently engaged Marc DeBrum in a conversation about ozone technology and its future in residential applications. These are his responses. The use of ozone has typically been associated with larger commercial […]
Good Ozone versus Bad Ozone– Dispelling The Myth
By Marc DeBrum Isn’t ozone bad for you? If I breathe in ozone will I get sick? Isn’t it smog? Isn’t it the large hole in the sky? We are often faced with these viable […]
Secondary Disinfection for Public Swimming Venues: Ozone ver...
By Beth Hamil As pool operators turn their attention to supplemental disinfection, there is a lesser understood, yet powerful alternative to UV that is making a big splash: ozone sanitation. What is ozone and why […]
Sensing and Monitoring for Small Water Treatment Systems
By Lawrence B. Kilham Ozone is rapidly becoming the water treatment method of choice for bottled water, swimming pools, aquariums, municipal water treatment plants and many other applications. In comparison to chlorine, it creates less, […]
Catalytic Destruction of Ozone: A Cost Effective Approach to...
By Joseph Sigmund Summary: Ozone is increasingly seen as an effective disinfectant and oxidant in water treatment as well as wastewater treatment plants. Furthermore, with the promise of additional emission regulations, steps are being taken […]
Ozone & Government Regulations: A Regulatory Update
By Paul K. Overbeck Summary: The Stage 2 D/DBP Rule now isn’t expected to lower the bromate MCL to 5 µg/L as was thought might occur as late as last fall. This is critical since […]