Electrochemical Ozone Generator for In Situ Sterilization of Potable Water and Wastewater

Paper #:
  • 932177

Published:
  • 1993-07-01
Citation:
Davenport, R., Schubert, F., and Sauer, R., "Electrochemical Ozone Generator for In Situ Sterilization of Potable Water and Wastewater," SAE Technical Paper 932177, 1993, https://doi.org/10.4271/932177.
Pages:
11
Abstract:
Disinfection of water and wastewater was proven to be feasible using a Breadboard Electrochemical Ozone Generator (EOG). A static gas/liquid separator, containing a microporous, hydrophobic membrane, was tested with the Breadboard EOG, and was found to increase the concentration of the ozone (O3) dissolved in the water. Distilled water and selected wastewaters were disinfected, achieving dissolved O3 concentrations up to 3 mg/L. The hardware is capable of operating in 0-g and 1-g environments. An end-item Electrochemical Ozonator (EO), sized to disinfect 116 kg of potable water per day, was projected to weigh 1.2 kg and consume only 18.5 W.
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