Designed to reduce oxygen (O2) consumption during the production of ozone for industrial water treatment, the Ozora system efficiently separates O3 and recycles O2 back to the O3 generator, reducing O2 consumption by up to 60 percent, according to the manufacturer. The oxygen-recovery system can be sized to match new O3 generation units or engineered to retrofit existing water treatment operations. It can be used in place of commercial ozone generators that use corona discharge to split O2 molecules, which reform with free O2 to produce ozone (O3). With corona discharge, says the company, much of the O2 used in the process is not converted to O3 and remains unused

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