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Ozone water treatment works by dissolving ozone into water and through the ensuing oxidation of bacteria and other waterborne pathogens. To better understand the process, it is best to first understand how ozone is created. Ozone is born out of oxygen. An oxygen molecule contains two oxygen atoms (O2), while an ozone molecule contains three oxygen atoms (O3).

When electricity or ultraviolet light stream through air, their energy splits oxygen molecules into two oxygen atoms. The loose oxygen atoms then recombine with ordinary oxygen molecules to form ozone. In the upper atmosphere, sunlight interacts with oxygen to produce earth’s protective ozone layer. While closer to the surface, ozone is created when lightning strikes and electricity cuts through oxygen rich air.

Both processes are mimicked in ultraviolet and electrical ozone generators, which make ozone water treatment possible. Ozone can also be produced by electrolytic and chemical reactions, but UV and electrical ozone generators are the most common for water treatment.

Ozone water treatment is used in commercial, industrial, and municipal water treatment systems, as well as in home systems. Major beverage companies rely on ozone water treatment technology and it is often used to disinfect bottled water. Ozone is also employed by cities to treat and disinfect municipal water supplies.

Lastly, an ozone water treatment system can be purchased for your home. Their disinfectant properties are appealing to well owners who are concerned about the presence of bacteria and viruses in their water and may be used by people on a city water supply as an extra line of defense against contaminants. Also, ozone water treatment is an effective method to sanitize ice machines. For example, the Oxidice Ozone Sanitation System sanitizes the air, water, and surfaces within an ice machine, producing clean, odor-free ice.

What do ozone water treatment systems remove from water?