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ozone generator

[′ō‚zōn ‚jen·ə‚rād·ər]
(engineering)
Apparatus that converts oxygen, O2, into ozone, O3, by subjecting the oxygen to an electric-brush discharge. Also known as ozonizer.
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But while attending an editorial round-table some years ago, I first witnessed one of the earliest ozone generators for hunters.
This heavy-duty, TSA-compliant bag is built to hold plenty of clothing and gear, and is outfitted with an ozone generator that boasts a 20-year life expectancy.
Each ozone generator with fixed operating conditions can be characterized by the ratio of efficiency vs.
Beard says a winemaker can opt to run ozone through the machine for that final rinse or run warm water and then switch to an ozone generator for a water and ozone rinse.
Peggy Jenkins, manager of the Indoor Exposure Assessment Branch at the California Air Resources Board, says that agency is currently developing a regulation to limit ozone emissions from indoor air-cleaning devices, especially ozone generators. "The Irvine results further support the need for this regulation," she says.
The ozone generator comes in three colors - silver, blue black and pink - and varies in price depending on the location of sale.
However, if an ozone generator is installed in front of the pool pump, the ozone oxidizes out the organic and nitrogen compounds before reaching the salt generator, and 80- to 90 percent of the hypochlorous acid now can enter the pool water and perform its disinfection and safety residual functions.
For eight weeks, the 21-year-old designed and built a new compact ozone generator circuit which has the ability to self-optimise.
The ozone generator can be installed in the sub-fab and is readily integrated.
The pilot plant utilized a compressed oxygen feed to a corona-discharge ozone generator. The ozonated oxygen was then applied to the aerated plant water through an ozone injector, contactor, and degasifier.