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CParker@ScanAmCorp.com, 816-935-1251

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Jimco Ozone Flotation 

Environmentally Safe Cleaning of Waste Water

 

JIMCO A/S has advanced the development of a new technology for pre-cleansing organically loaded waste water. The technology is called Ozone Flotation and NO form of chemical treatment is required in the process. When producing ozone we use pure oxygen, produced by an oxygen generator or supplied from an external tank.

 

The JIMCO Ozone Flotation systems are supplied with electronic controls. The controller continuously measures pH values, flow per hour, and pressure. Level sensors control pump operation via a PLC. Ozone sensors control ozone injection. The combined effect of this close control is optimum operating efficiency. The controller will initiate alarms when water level or thermo failure occurs. JIMCO has developed safe operating procedures for our systems. Oxygen and ozone levels are continuously measured in the plant room. If oxygen or ozone levels exceed specified levels, an alarm in the form of a siren and flashing lights mounted at all entrances will give the necessary warning. The system is also constructed with a safety switch, which cuts the power to all technical installations.

 

At high pressure the ozone is added using a specially developed system of injectors. The injection of ozone breaks up the organic chains so that flocculation occurs. At the same time atmospheric air is added causing the organic components to be elevated to the surface where they form a layer of sludge. A scraper continuously removes this layer.

 

Type of system:
For the pre-cleaning of waste water an Ozone Flotation System with the following qualities is recommended:

 

 

  • The cleaning system is a mechanical/chemical system capable of treating varying waste water loads. The system can operate continuously for peak demand or to pre-programmed settings when treating smaller water quantities. Maximum system efficiency is achieved simply because operating costs are proportional to the quantity of waste water treated. This compares favorably to conventional biological waste water systems where efficiency can fluctuate dramatically, depending on load.
  • The sludge will not contain environmental polluting agents, chemical residues etc., but will primarily consist of biodegradable sludge/compost, which can be used in a biogas system or as manure, thus promoting ecological farming practices.
  • The degree of cleansing can be adjusted to meet the requirements of direct recipient or subsequent biological treatment.
  • Subsequent biological cleansing is easier.
  • The system can be expanded using ultraviolet light treatment of the cleansed waste water. This will sterilize the waste water and it can be recycled for washing processes in the company.
  • Operation of the system does not require specially trained staff (often required for biological waste water treatment plant) but can be managed by personnel with limited technical skills combined with our client-training program.