Over the last twenty years I have witnessed Ozone laundry companies come and go.
I have witnessed outlandish claims from some of these companies, and quite frankly am tired of listening to the outright lies and fallacies that some of these companies are stating.
I would like to look at some of the facts and hope to help our readers make an educated decision about ozone laundry.
This month, let’s look at the two major design differences.
Some ozone laundry companies have taken the path of the “fine bubble diffuser” to inject ozone into the wash water, while other have chosen the Direct Venturi Injection as their means of transferring the ozone gas into the water. There are claims by manufacturers of advantages to both, so we should look at the design criteria of each and pick what is best for your application.
Ozone gas is dissolved into water by utilizing pressure. It does not take a lot of pressure to start dissolving ozone into water. In the industry we call the ability to dissolve gas into water “Mass Transfer.” The efficiency of Mass Transfer of either style of injection device is highly dependant upon the design criteria of the device.