Production and use of Oxymat oxygen supply in water treatment
Our oxygen generator plants are highly cost effective and low in energy use.
Clean water is becoming more scarce and while our worldwide consumption increases, so do the challenges in supplying clean water. At Oxymat we manufacture oxygen generators, which can be used for your waste water treatment and as feed gas for your ozone system. Adding oxygen directly into the waste water increases the effectivity of removing pollutants.
Oxymat oxygen supply for water treatment applications and in particular:
Oxymat oxygen generators for ozone
Ozone is a highly effective method for bacteriological treatment and useful in a variety of everyday situations from removing odor to ensuring clean, high quality drinking water from the tap.
However, O3 is more than just effective. It is also environmentally safe, which makes it highly suitable for treating water in enormous quantities; both drinking water and industrial waste water, i.e. in industrial slaughterhouses. Pure oxygen is used in the process of making ozone. Oxymat cooperates with many different ozone producers worldwide, and we would be happy to forward any request to one of our business partners.
Oxymat oxygen generators for drinking water
Clean drinking water is vital for our survival. After retrieving the water from the underground it is normally filtered and oxidised and being pumped directly to the end user. In modern fresh water plants the water is treated in closed piping and filter systems, meaning that the water has no contact with the surrounding air and therefore little change of getting contaminated by air pollution or similar. Using closed systems 95% pure oxygen is mixed into the water at a level of 7 ppm per liter, giving the perfect oxyanion of the water, before it is distributed to the end user.
Oxymat oxygengenerators for waste water
Treatment and cleaning of waste water is a complex process, in which oxygen plays an important role. At Oxymat, we offer oxygen feed gas plants for Ozone and waste water. Waste water can be treated using bio filters. The bio filters need pure oxygen to become as efficient as possible.