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What are the fields of application of ozone alone?

With the understanding of the characteristics of ozone oxidation, the application field of ozone has gradually expanded. In the 1990s, the items treated by ozone direct oxidation can be listed as 14 items as shown in Table 1-2. Today, these treatment objects are not limited to applications in the fields of water, air and food. Dr.Rice is based on information around the world. The current application fields are listed in Table 1-3. In Russia and Europe, ozone is used in the treatment of diseases, and ozone therapy (ozomee therapy) is implemented, but it has not yet been recognized in Japan as a formal medical treatment. The table also does not list examples of ozone suitable for the treatment of human diseases.

In a word, the direct oxidizing ability of ozone will be more and more important in society in the future for the regeneration, recycling and function reproduction of recyclable materials, for the purpose of decolorization, deodorization, cleaning, preservation, etc., and it is also used in food and crops. Disinfection, safety, preservation and other new fields are constantly being applied. ozone sterilizer

Ozone treatment target group

a. Disinfection of pathogenic bacteria groups... Tap water, food, reuse of treated water, hospital equipment, wards
b. Sterilization, algae removal, mildew prevention, sterilization of bacteria, viruses, algae, molds, protozoa, etc. Tap water (containing Cryptosporidium), food, fumigation rooms, reuse of treated water, wards, nursing rooms
c. Decomposition and decolorization of coloring components...factory wastewater, pulp mills, recycled paper
d. Decomposition and deodorization of odorous components...Water plants, sludge treatment projects, factories, business offices, rooms, vehicles, wards, nursing rooms, new housing
e. Deodorization... water plants, water purifiers
f. Improvement of coagulation characteristics ... water plants, sewage treatment plants
8. Improve transparency... Swimming pools, spas
h. Oxidative decomposition of organic matter ...... LS1 clean, refreshing water, advanced treatment water (reduce COD)
i. Inorganic Oxidation…Oxidation Treatment of Factory Wastewater and Reducing Agents
j. Harmless decontamination of hazardous substances and toxic substances  … Waterworks, factory wastewater, agricultural wastewater (pesticides)
k. Improved degradability of refractory organics... Wastewater treatment containing environmental hormones and heavy metal organics
l. Inhibit the formation of organic chlorides (halogens).... Treatment of organic chlorine compounds, organic bromine compounds, and sewage containing dioxins
m. Decomposition and Activation of Microorganisms... Disintegration and Screening of Expanded Sludge
n. Reduce sludge through disintegration and decomposition.... Prevent sludge bulking and reduce excess sludge

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Apply to areas other than drinking water and bottled water.
1. Applications containing gaseous ozone
a. Control odors... sewage treatment plants, bars, restaurants, animal facilities, cars, homes
b. Fumigation...reconstruction of houses or buildings damaged by fire, floods, bedding and sheets
c. Pharmaceutical packaging
d. Semiconductor solder joint cleaning
e. Pretreatment of metal films and plastic films for electroplating
f. Bleaching operations...pulp, fibers, kaolin
g. Auxiliary ozone for chemical analysis
h. Reactivation of the polymerization catalyst
i. Oxidation of fuel gas components
j. Treatment of indoor air (air conditioning, nurse room, operating room)
k. Sterilization of cutting oil
1. Production of plastic lenses
m. Production of high quality aluminum film

2. Application of liquid containing dissolved ozone
a. Chemical oxidation such as crude oil oxidation produced by surfactants
b. Laundry room

3. Application of ozone in agriculture, food and storage industries
a. Fumigation of ... soil or stored food
b. Hygienic management of washing water and machinery to delay excessive aging and damage
c. Surface contamination removal
d. Cycle of wash water and recycled water
e. Treatment of wine barrels
f. Manufacture and storage of ice
g. Watering (for crops)
h. Disinfection of shoes of food manufacturing workers