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Ozone et décontamination de l'eau

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SPARTAN WATER - Ozone Clean In Place Disinfection Systems. LASALLE BEAUVAIS 01/07/13 Des eaux polluées traitées efficacement par l’ozone. FOOD MANUFACTURING 16/09/09 Drive For Food Safety Increasing Use Of Ozonated Water Systems. With food safety as a growing business imperative, an increasing number of food processors, restaurants and supermarkets are turning to ozonated water systems for improving disinfection.

FOOD MANUFACTURING 16/09/09 Drive For Food Safety Increasing Use Of Ozonated Water Systems

Researchers have verified that ozonated water can replace traditional sanitizing agents like chlorine and detergents (if grease must be removed, ozone cannot replace detergents) and reduce the incidence of food-borne illness due to food pathogens. And the use of ozonated water can drive profitability by increasing the freshness and shelf-life of produce, meats, fish and poultry, while reducing the need for and cost of chemical cleaning agents and hot water (energy). Chlorine is commonly used in food processing to control pathogens, yet there are limitations in its ability to provide a consistently safe food supply. The disinfectant potential for ozone is evidenced by its use by water treatment facilities in the U.S. and Europe. ROI in 4 Months Food looks fresher, fish odor is eliminated.

IJRET - APR 2013 - DEVELOPMENT OF OZONE WATER DISINFECTION. WATER QUALITY PRODUCTS - Ozone Regulations. Ozone, O3, a triatomic gaseous form of oxygen, is an unstable molecule that is naturally occurring in nature.


It is known as the world’s most powerful commercially available disinfectant and is used in a variety of industries, from drinking water to industrial water treatment to food processing. Reactions Disinfection. Ozone destroys viruses and parasites such as Giardia and Cryptosporidium. A U.S. Chemical oxidation. Decomposition. History While ozone was considered a “chemical curiosity” after its 18th century discovery, its value was quickly engaged by the scientific community. Ozone technology gained momentum in the 1970s with increasing scrutiny regarding pollution and with the advent of contamination problems in the bottled water industry.

Regulations—A Hierarchy of Acronyms Ozone is applied in a diverse array of industries, including drinking water, food processing, agriculture/aquaculture, cooling towers, semiconductors, laundry and air treatment, and many more. Ozone Exposure L. ELECTROLYSIS - DEC 2012 - Electrolysis for Ozone Water Production. Edited by Vladimir Linkov, ISBN 978-953-51-0793-4, 290 pages, Publisher: InTech, Chapters published October 17, 2012 under CC BY 3.0 licenseDOI: 10.5772/2820 Asking Google for different applications of electrolysis, interesting results can be noticed: electrolysis and hair removal - about 284 000 000 web pages, water electrolysis - about 7 440 000 web pages and industrial electrolysis - about 2 540 000 results.

ELECTROLYSIS - DEC 2012 - Electrolysis for Ozone Water Production

In this book three most important applications of technological electrolysis are discussed - water electrolysis (hydrogen production), industrial electrolysis and environmental electrolysis. Authors of the chapters are recognized specialists in their respective research fields and the presented material is not only from reviews and literature sources, but also original results. Water Quality Products. Applications of Electrolysis. Science et Pêche, Bull. Iris/. Pêches no 320, janvier 1982. OZONATION DE L'EAU DE MER ET EPURATION DES COQUILLAGES. LE MONDE PLANETE 23/08/13 De l'ozone pour dépolluer les eaux. L'Institut polytechnique LaSalle-Beauvais et l'Ademe ont mis au point un procédé innovant de décontamination des nappes phréatiques et des sols.

LE MONDE PLANETE 23/08/13 De l'ozone pour dépolluer les eaux

Le | • Mis à jour le | Par Pierre Le Hir Un polluant – l’ozone – peut se transformer en très efficace agent de dépollution. C’est la voie explorée par l’Institut polytechnique LaSalle-Beauvais (Oise) et l’Agence de l’environnement et de la maîtrise de l’énergie (Ademe). Elle pourrait déboucher sur un procédé innovant de décontamination de nappes phréatiques et de sols. Le pouvoir désinfectant de l’ozone est connu et exploité de longue date, notamment dans le traitement des eaux usées.

Mené pendant trois ans par les deux partenaires, qui en ont financé à égalité le coût (600 000 euros), le programme de recherche OPOPOP (optimisations des paramètres d’ozonation en phase liquide pour des polluants multiples de sites pollués) s’achèvera mi-septembre.