Smart water technologies


Properties of Ozone

Ozone gas ( O3 ) is formed as a natural process when oxygen is exposed to high electrical voltage. It is an enriched Oxygen ( O2 ) molecule in an unstable gaseous form that reacts rapidly, returning to Oxygen form, leaving no harmful residue.

What makes ozone so effective is its high oxidation potential (2.07 V), that is, its ability to react with other substances. The oxidation potential of ozone can be measured by redox potential, being about five times more oxidizing than oxygen and about twice as oxidizing as chlorine

Disinfectant properties of ozone in water

The high oxidizing power of Ozone intervenes in the vital integrity of bacterial cells, fungi, protozoa, and viruses by damaging cell walls and breaking down their underlying macromolecular components.

Its broad-spectrum action is used for disinfection and treatment of primary and wastewater.

Generatori di Ozono FLDO3 ad alta concentrazione


Ozone Generators FLDO3 high concentration are available for capacities from 15 to 200 g/h in modular version, stackable in parallel, with oxygen supply in tank or via self-generator  FLDO2

High-efficiency generators FLDO3 produce ozone at 12% concentration by weight.

FLDO3 generators

Compact modular systems, operating at pressures up to 3 bar with high dissolution efficiency and up to 50% reduction in consumption. Smart automatic monitoring and diagnostic system.

Scope of application

Widely used in agribusiness for disinfection, Iron and Manganese Oxidation, elimination of color, odor, algae, as well as in wastewater treatment

Technical Assistance

Technical assistance and consulting for start-up and operation of water treatment plants. Treatment Plant Management, Responsible Technician. Control analysis.

Comparison of major oxidants Potential at 25°C

Potential Redox (V)

Fluorine (F2) 2.87

Hydroxyl radicals (OH ) 2.80

Ozone (O3) 2.07

Hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) 1.78

Chlorine (Cl2) 1.36

Chlorine dioxide (CIO2) 1.27

Oxygen molecule (O2) 1.23

Molecular formula O3

Main characteristics oxidizing gas

Molecular weight 48.0

Gas-phase concentrations up to 18% by weight in oxygen

Boiling point -111.9 ºC

Melting point -192.7 ºC

Critical temperature -12.1ºC

Critical pressure 54.6 atm.

Density 2.14 kg O3/m3 @ 0ºC 1013mbar

Relative density (on air) 1.7

Solubility in water 3 ppm at 20 ºC

DH of formation 144.7 kJ/mole

Binding angle 116º

Electrochemical potential -2.07 V

Non-flammability in the concentrations and pressures of common use

Hazardous decomposition products None

Maximum ambient value 0.1 ppm.v 0.2 mg/m3air

Odor perception threshold0.01 ppm.v