BiOzone Corporation

BiOzone Corporation is a world-leading manufacturer of ozone generators and ozone water treatment process trains designed to meet a wide range of water and air pollution oxidation needs. BiOzone`s ozonation technology is effectual in processing, recycling and treating process water, removing color and odor from wastewater, and purifying drinking water through its ozone generator oxidation system process.

Company details

11026 E. Crestline Circle , Englewood , CO 80111 USA

Locations Served

Business Type:
Manufacturer
Industry Type:
Water and Wastewater - Water Treatment
Market Focus:
Globally (various continents)
Year Founded:
1986
Employees:
1-10

BiOzone's ozone disinfection system uses an ozonation process to purify all types of source waters. Air quality can be improved in which ozone molecules remove suspended particles and oxidize organic odor molecules. Ozone is made of oxygen and, therefore, when changed to pure oxygen, the ozone safely disappears after it is used.

Ozone technology has many purposeful uses and BiOzone's ozone products are safe for the environment. BiOzone's ozone generator systems are easy to use. They are the most effective treatment for air and water quality pollution problems.

The Company

BiOzone Corporation has solved water quality, wastewater treatment, and air pollution control problems utilizing state-of-the-art and proprietary ozone reactor and filtration technology for 20 years.

BiOzone offers other innovative unit processes as may be required for specific applications. BiOzone's air, wastewater and drinking water-specific ozone generator products are described throughout this website.

BiOzone Corporation was founded in 1986 and is staffed by experienced professionals. We understand the equipment and the assemblage of components to provide an overall ozonation system. We also understand the water quality problems which we propose to solve using ozone reactor technology. This understanding allows us to solve these problems, not just sell equipment.

Although ozonation is applicable to many water quality problems, there is a very big gap between providing an ozonator and providing a solution. Our consulting services can help fill this gap by working with the client's engineers responsible for the overall project.

In addition to our technical expertise, the founders of BiOzone include senior people who have managed successful companies responsible for a broad spectrum of technical services throughout the U.S. We have the chemistry, engineering and management capabilities to assure that effective and efficient solutions are provided, and we are prepared to respond to our client's needs wherever they are located.

BiOzone's superior ozonation equipment is state-of-the-art. Successful water treatment with ozone involves an understanding of the chemistry of water contaminants and the kinetics of ozone reactions, not just the installation of an ozonator. BiOzone understands this technology, and our research and engineering departments are positioned to keep us at the forefront of the industry.

Ozonators alone do not clean water. In fact, without attention to the total system of ozone water treatment units, there is considerable potential for failure. BiOzone's wet oxidation process extends beyond the ozonator to provide a total water treatment system including chemical sensing and computer-driven automation of the generated ozone and the fluid flow. Further, we understand how ozone reactor systems may be synergistically used with complementary water treatments, such as bioremediation, for the cleanup of very complex contamination.

A Timeline for Ozonation Water Purification

  • 1785: Odor of ozone gas is recognized emanating from electrical machinery.
  • 1840: Schoenbein discovers ozone and quantifies its properties.
  • 1886: The ability of ozone to disinfect polluted water is recognized in Europe.
  • 1891: Test results from Germany show that ozone is effective against bacteria.
  • 1893: First full-scale application using ozone for drinking water in the Netherlands.
  • 1906: Nice, France commissions first municipal ozone plant for drinking water.
  • 1914: World War I – Poisonous gas research leads to the development of inexpensive chlorine gas. Interest in ozone for water begins to decline.
  • 1915: At least 49 major ozone installations are on line throughout Europe.
  • 1957: Ozone is implemented for oxidation of iron and manganese in Germany.
  • 1964: Spontaneous flocculation in ozone contact chambers led to France constructing an ozone plant to enhance particulate removal.
  • 1965: Scotland employs ozone for color control in surface water. Switzerland uses ozone to oxidize micro pollutants such as phenolic compounds and several pesticides.
  • 1970's: French exploit use of ozone for algae control.
  • 1982: FDA GRAS (generally regarded as safe) declaration for ozone use in bottled water.
  • 1987: City of Los Angeles 600 MGD ozonation plant comes on line after 7 years of pilot testing.
  • 2000: A Food Additive Petition (FAP) requesting FDA approval of ozone as an antimicrobial agent for direct contact with foods was submitted in August and was approved by the FDA in 2001.

TODAY:
Biozone Corporation provides innovative engineering solutions for medical, municipal and industrial waste water treatment and drinking water purification needs. Contact Us for more information.