Eliminating odors and organically polluted waste water using oxidation via ozone (manufactured using UV-C radiation)
A system that uses ozone to treat waste water in grease separators
Effectively destroys microorganisms and organic compounds that cause odor
Reduces the volume of grease and oils even in emulsified form
Grease separators in commercial kitchens, food service facilities, butchers, and meat-processing companies
Effectively reduces odors
Lowers COD and BOD5 values
No byproducts (e.g., nitrogen oxides)
The system can be installed to any existing grease separator
HOW IT WORKS
Ozone produced by UV-C radiation is introduced into a grease separator via compressed air and injected into the waste water by a diffuser. The ozone causes organic substances in the water to be oxidized. Microorganisms and organic compounds causing odors are destroyed. Some amount grease is also oxidized. The resulting sludge rises to the surface and is eliminated along with the remaining grease.
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