OxyFile #498

Dry Compressed Air System for Ozonizer

A. Fuste, D. Lodos, E. Limonta.

Ozone Research Center, Cuba.

The compressed air normally has solid, liquid and gaseous 
contaminants. In the majority of pneumatic systems, the air must 
be dry and free of solid compounds. The presence of some of these 
contaminants may cause equipment failure, increasing the operation 
cost and decreasing the product quality. In the Ozone Research 
Center industrial ozone generators for many applications are 
designed and built. The ozone equipment uses high quality air as a 
feed gas. The aim of this paper is to design an air treatment 
system that guarantees a high quality in the purity and 
desiccation of the treated air. A versatile, compact and 
economical equipment was obtained.

Source: 2nd International Symposium on Ozone Applications
        Havana, Cuba - Mach 24-26, 1997.