Waste Air / Water Treatment
Due to the strong oxidizing power of ozone, it can apply for many kinds of treatment in waste air and wastewater. Most of waste gas, such as ammonia, hydrogen sulphide, methane, dioxins and furans can be decomposed by ozone.
Ozone can apply in wastewater for the color removal, COD removal and cyanide removal. Ozone is also the best choice for the sewage final effluent treatment for the removal of bacteria.
Wet scrubbers use a liquid to remove acidic vapor from an exhaust stream. In gaseous emission control applications, wet scrubbers remove pollutants by absorption. The wet scrubber is used to capture the acidic vapor by absorbing it from the carrier gas stream. The subsequent gas stream emitted from the scrubber contains such a low residual amount of the acidic gas that it no longer poses a threat
Ion Exchange Metal Removal System
The ion-exchange process entails the exchange of able ions from the resin for undesirable ions of similar electrostatic charge dissolved in wastewater.
Ozone AOP Process
AOP is an oxidation reaction that utilizes hydroxyl radical (OH·) to oxidize contaminants in wastewater. Hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) is used in conjunction with ozone (O3) to enhance the formation of hydroxyl radicals (·OH). It is ideal to destroy most of the toxic contaminants (both organic and inorganic) in wastewater, such as cyanide complex.