NDW is unique because of the natural ozone that oxygenates and purifies the water.
The NDW system uses a filter, water pump, and an activated oxygen/ozone generator. An ozone generator uses 03 molecules to purify and oxygenate the water faster and more effective than any other purification system in the world. Oxygenated water is healthier than regular water as it boosts energy, and has many benefits that you can read about here. Not only is ozone the most effective water purifier, it works 3.125 times faster than chlorine, cleansing water in under 1 minute. While Reverse Osmosis (RO) systems remove healthy minerals from the water, the NDW system not only leaves calcium, magnesium and other healthy minerals in the water, the ozonation process adds oxygen to the water as well.
HOW AN OZONE GENERATOR WORKS
An ozone generator produces ozone by passing oxygen or dry air through a high voltage electrical field or corona. The O2 bond is split, freeing oxygen atoms (01) to rapidly collide with 02 molecules to form 03. Adjusting the applied voltage, frequency or air flow rate affects ozone production. Likewise, the concentration produced is also affected by dew point and temperature of the feed gas.
HOW ARE OZONE TREATMENT SYSTEMS DIFFERENT FROM OTHER METHODS?
Ozone is most effective in killing bacteria and disinfecting than any other method including reverse osmosis, ultraviolet light, and regular filtration. Ozone treatment systems are also much simpler to use than other methods and in most cases. do not require multiple pieces of equipment. Portable systems provide the versatility to install in different and varying locations where water purification and disinfection may be needed.
HOW IS OZONE DIFFERENT FROM CHEMICAL TREATMENTS?
Ozone destroys microorganisms instantly and effectively without leaving harmful residue in treated food or processing water. Therefore, ozone is safer and environmentally friendlier than most other antimicrobials. For example, ozone kills bacteria 3,125 times faster than chlorine.
IS USING OZONE TECHNOLOGY SAFE?
Yes. Unlike other water treatment processes, oxidation is a natural, chemical-free process that produces zero wastewater and leaves behind oxygen molecules like the ones in the air we brother. Thousands of cities worldwide including London, Moscow, Paris, Singapore, Los Angeles, and Milwaukee, to name a few, have been using ozone water treatment systems for many years. Most topwater bottling companies also rely heavily on ozone technology to disinfect bottles and provide clean, safe water for consumers.
OZONE IS OFTEN REFERRED TO AS NATURE’S DISINFECTANT:
- Generated from sunlight, ultraviolet rays, and lightning.
- Nature’s way of controlling bacteria growth within the environment.
- Has distinctive sweet odor similar to smell after summer rain storm.
- Most effective in killing viruses, bacteria, fungi, and parasites.
- It is what you sense and smell after a rain shower.
WHAT IS OZONE?
Generated from sunlight, ultraviolet rays, and lightning, ozone is often referred to as nature’s disinfectant. In fact, many people notice that ozone
has a distinctive sweet odor, similar to the smell after a summer rainstorm likely because lightning is one way ozone is produced in nature. Ozone is nature’s way of controlling bacteria growth within our environment. Ozone has been proven to have a much higher disinfection potential compared to all other disinfectants available to use today. It can effectively kill viruses, bacteria fungi, and parasites including those causing food spoilage or human diseases.
WHAT IS THE CHEMICAL MAKE UP OF OZONE?
A molecule of “normal oxygen is comprised of two atoms of oxygen bonded together (O2). Ozone (O3) is created by adding a third oxygen atom to the oxygen molecule. As the newly formed ozone molecule is used up, (either by attacking impurities or through normal degradation), it is changed back to normal oxygen, leaving no harmful by-products in your water. Ozone has proven to have higher disinfection potential compared to all disinfectants available for use today. Ozone is completely natural and occurs in the environment every day.
WHERE CAN OZONE WATER TREATMENT BE USED MOST EFFECTIVELY?
Ozone treatment can be used for a wide variety of applications. Commercial uses of ozone include purification of drinking water, sterilization of medical instruments and devices, decontamination of fresh produce, and food preservation. Ozone also is useful in removing odors, and not just in drinking water.