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Ozone Water Systems

Ozone water treatment is an advanced purification method that uses ozone, a strong oxidant, to remove various water contaminants. It leaves no harmful byproducts and ensures fresh, clean water for users.

What Is Ozone Water Treatment? 

Ozone water treatment is an advanced purification method. Ozone, a strong oxidant, effectively removes various water contaminants. The process involves generating ozone, then mixing it with water. As it reacts, ozone oxidizes contaminants, enhancing water quality.


Ozone is three oxygen atoms bonded together. It's more potent than chlorine in water treatment. By oxidizing contaminants, it neutralizes harmful pathogens. Bacteria and viruses get deactivated when ozone targets their cell membranes. Metals like iron turn into filterable particles after oxidation.


Another advantage: Ozone leaves no harmful byproducts. Unlike chlorine, there's no residual taste or smell. This ensures fresh, clean water for users. Ozone systems are also energy-efficient and environmentally friendly. Regular maintenance ensures the system's longevity and effectiveness.


Ozone Water Treatment Systems for Pools, Spas, Koi Ponds, and Fountains

For Pools:
  • Ozone treatment for pools provides a supplementary sanitation method to traditional chlorine or bromine. Water is pumped from the pool to an ozone generator, where ozone gas is produced. This ozone-rich water is then reintroduced to the pool. Ozone neutralizes microorganisms, organic material, and other contaminants on contact. It reduces chlorine usage, minimizes eye irritation, and enhances water clarity, making swimming more enjoyable and safer.

For Spas:

  • Spas, with their higher temperatures, can be breeding grounds for bacteria. Ozone systems for spas work similarly to those for pools. Water is drawn from the spa, exposed to ozone in a generator, and then returned. This rapid oxidation process kills bacteria, viruses, and other pathogens, offering a more pleasant and healthy spa experience. Ozone also extends the life of spa equipment by reducing scale and mineral buildup.

For Koi Ponds:
  • Koi ponds can be delicate ecosystems, sensitive to water quality changes. Ozone treatment enhances pond clarity and health. It oxidizes organic waste, algae, and harmful microorganisms, ensuring a healthier environment for the fish. Ozone systems for koi ponds often include a venturi injector to introduce ozone effectively, ensuring even distribution and maximum exposure, crucial for a balanced ecosystem.

For Fountains:
  • Fountains, being exposed to open air, often accumulate debris and organic material, leading to algae growth and water discoloration. Using ozone systems for fountains helps maintain clear and clean water, free from contaminants. Water circulates through the ozone generator and returns to the fountain, continuously treating and recirculating. This keeps fountains looking pristine and significantly reduces maintenance efforts.


Benefits of Ozone Water Treatment 

Ozone water treatment systems offer multiple benefits for water purification and sanitation. Here 

are some of the significant advantages:


  • Effective Disinfection: Ozone is a potent disinfectant that rapidly kills bacteria, viruses, and other pathogens, ensuring safe water for consumption or use.

  • Chemical-Free: Unlike chlorine or other disinfectants, ozone treatment doesn't introduce any chemicals to water, making it a more eco-friendly option.

  • Reduction in Chlorine Demand: For pools and spas, ozone treatment can reduce the amount of chlorine needed, leading to less eye irritation and skin discomfort.

  • Elimination of Byproducts: Ozone treatment does not produce harmful byproducts like some other disinfection methods, which can pose health risks.

  • Taste and Odor Removal: Ozone effectively removes unpleasant tastes and odors, often resulting from organic material, chlorine, and certain minerals.

  • Breaks Down Contaminants: Ozone oxidizes a wide range of contaminants, including pesticides, herbicides, and pharmaceuticals, which might be present in source water.

  • Improves Water Clarity: Especially relevant for pools, spas, and ponds, ozone helps in coagulating and removing fine particles, leading to clearer water.

  • Extended Equipment Lifespan: For systems like spas, ozone treatment can help reduce mineral buildup and scaling, thus extending equipment life.

  • Economical: Over time, ozone systems can be cost-effective as they reduce the need for other chemicals and maintenance processes.

  • Environmentally Friendly: Since ozone decomposes into oxygen, it doesn't pose a residual environmental threat, making it a sustainable choice for water treatment.


Ozone Water Treatment System Installation

Looking for a superior alternative to chlorine? Elevate your water quality without added chemicals through Mountain Clear Inc.'s Ozone water system. Here's how we ensure impeccable service:

  1. Consultation & Design: Our expert technicians first evaluate your unique requirements. Based on this assessment, we design a system that perfectly aligns with your project needs.

  2. Quotation: Post evaluation, we note down any specific parts required for the installation. Soon after, you'll receive a comprehensive quote detailing all costs.

  3. Installation: Once all necessary components are in stock, our team begins the installation. Typically, installations are completed a few weeks post-assessment, dependent on equipment availability.

  4. Proactive Servicing: We stand out from the rest – not just for our quality installations but also for our service commitment. We understand life gets busy. That's why for our Pool Ozone Systems, we take the initiative to proactively schedule quarterly service appointments. This means you won't have to set reminders or worry about remembering when the next service is due.

  5. Responsive Repairs: Should you encounter any hiccups with your system, rest assured, we're on it. We pride ourselves on prompt responses, ensuring issues are resolved immediately.


With Mountain Clear Inc., you're choosing more than just a product; you're opting for unparalleled service, expertise, and peace of mind.


How Does Ozone Water Treatment Work?

Ozone water treatment offers an effective alternative to traditional chlorination methods. While chlorination has long been a conventional process for water purification, ozone treatments are gaining traction. Both ozone and chlorine boast robust disinfectant properties, yet they differ significantly in efficacy, chemical residue, and overall effectiveness.


Ozone systems consist of an ozone generator and a management system complemented by a Chemtrol system. This method purifies water by dissolving ozone into it and subsequently oxidizing pathogens. The genesis of ozone lies in oxygen. While an oxygen molecule consists of two atoms (O2), ozone has an extra atom, making it O3. 


Ozone Creation Process:
  • When subjected to electricity or ultraviolet light, oxygen molecules split, producing single oxygen atoms. These solo atoms then bond with O2, yielding O3. This phenomenon mirrors the natural production of the protective ozone layer in our atmosphere, created by sunlight. Similarly, lightning produces ozone at ground level by electrifying oxygen-rich air. Such natural occurrences are emulated in UV and electrical ozone generators, predominant tools in water treatment. Although other methods of ozone production exist, UV and electrical techniques remain preferred due to their efficiency and reliability. 

Ozone vs. Chlorination:

  • Comparing the two, ozone water treatment systems disinfect water roughly three times faster than chlorination. They demand a shorter water contact duration for effective disinfection, with the action predominantly happening at the ozone-water interaction point. In contrast, chlorine lingers in water, continuously disinfecting over time. This lingering effect explains the occasional chlorine odor in tap water. Though the residual chlorine isn't harmful, it can give water an undesirable chemical smell. Ozone treatments leave no residual ozone in drinking water, ensuring it's pleasant and safe to drink.

  • Although currently, chlorination proves more cost-effective, technological advancements are driving down ozone treatment costs. As a result, many municipalities are mulling over transitioning to ozone from chlorine. One compelling reason for this switch is the absence of harmful chemical by-products in ozone treatments, like chloroforms and halomethanes associated with chlorine. Additionally, certain resilient parasites, such as cryptosporidium and giardia, withstand chlorine but succumb quickly to ozone, fortifying the case for ozone treatment.

Electrical Ozone Generators:

  • Employing corona discharge, electrical ozone generators simulate the natural formation of ozone during thunderstorms. Rather than relying on lightning, these devices use high-voltage discharges across oxygen within chambers made of glass, ceramic, or steel. This process facilitates the transformation of molecular oxygen into atomic oxygen, setting the stage for ozone generation. Once formed, this ozone is introduced into water directly or through a venturi tube, kick-starting the oxidation process.

Ultraviolet Light Ozone Generators:

  • UV lights emitting wavelengths between 160-240 nm can instigate ozone formation. This UV radiation disrupts oxygen molecules, breaking them into individual atoms. These atoms then bond with existing oxygen molecules to form ozone. Within UV ozone systems, oxygen flows between a UV lamp and a quartz sleeve, resulting in ozone production. This generated ozone is subsequently channeled into water using a venturi system. However, a notable distinction exists: UV generators produce ozone at concentrations lower than their electrical counterparts, making the latter more potent.


In summary, ozone water treatment is emerging as a powerful, environmentally friendly alternative to traditional chlorination, providing both safety and efficiency in water purification.


Support the switch to ozone water treatment to help reduce chemical by-products and create a safer environment for everyone. 
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