Ozone Generation System
Ozone treatment for water and wastewater has been utilized successfully for several decades and continues to be a viable disinfection solution for both municipal and industrial plants, worldwide.
Aqua-Aerobic Systems is pleased to partner with Metawater, Co., Ltd., a leading ozone provider and developer of MicroGap™ glass-lined dielectric core technology with more than 800 installed systems, worldwide. This partnership allows Aqua-Aerobic to build on the company’s expertise and experience in ozone treatment while providing our customers with another quality product solution, the
Aqua ElectrOzone® M-Series
Modular Ozone Generation System Featuring QuadBlock® Technology
Aqua-Aerobic Systems is pleased to partner with Pinnacle Ozone Solutions as the exclusive municipal distributor for the company’s ozone generation systems, marketed under Aqua ElectrOzone™ M-Series.
The Aqua ElectrOzone® M-Series modular ozone generator is specifically designed for smaller ozone system installations seeking the advantages of system modularity and built-in redundancy.
The M-Series system features a modular design and offers a 100:1 turndown ratio for efficient and silent operation. Each system is configurable in 15 ppd (pounds per day) increments from 15 to 540 ppd.
Each QuadBlock cell is an independent ozone generator with its own dedicated microprocessor-based control board, high frequency switching power supply and ceramic dielectrics. Each completely sealed Quadblock cell can handle the most rugged environments, is practically silent and effectively requires no cleaning or maintenance.
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World's Largest Drinking Water Plant Uses Ozone
Less than a half-mile from the picturesque shore of Lavon Lake sits the Wylie Water Treatment Plant, operated by the North Texas Municipal Water District (NTMWD). The Wylie Plant provides drinking water to 1.6 million customers on a daily basis, a figure that is expected to double by 2050. The task of supplying billions of gallons of safe, great-tasting water per year to more than ninety communities across ten counties, is a responsibility that the NTMWD takes very seriously.