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CE Environment Technology Co., Ltd, founded 1998, mainly researches & develops, and produces ozone generator, which is widely used in industry, commerce, agriculture etc, with two production bases, both located separately in Pingxiang, where we have 2 ozone professionals, hardware processing, assembly workshop, fly back transformer and circuit board processing workshop and about 50 employees. Currently CE's products, including air-cooled and water-cooled ozone generator, ozone output from 5mg, 10mg to 50mg, 100mg, 1g, 3g, 5g, 10g......, to 100g, to 2000g/hr, to 50kgs/hr, along with ozone mixing system, are exported to Italy, Spain, Germany, US etc. more than 20 countries and regions. With the mission of "making healthy life within an reach", “CE” is committed to realizing the vision of "the first brand in the environmental protection industry". Certificate CE/GS GB/T2001-2016 idt ISO24001:2015/ISO9001:2015 CE-EMC:BSTXD201215667108EC CE-LVD:BSTXD21011566808SC RoHS:BSTDG201215683711CC Http://www.ceenvironment.com Warranty One year for the whole machine One year for ozone mixing system Half year for filter Lifetime supply for spare parts Lifetime maintenance for project

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generate ozone technology
Ozone air purification
ozone disinfection technology
ozone food preservation
ozone mixing system

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Condition for generating ozone by high voltage corona discharging

1 E=U/D(E = KQ / R2)

2 P=I2R

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When gas source of ozone machine in ozone mixing system is oxygen, how much oxygen should the oxygen machine make for ozone generator?

Currently in market, the outlet CO3 of corona discharge oxygen ozone machine is 80 to 100 g/m3. Now suppose one set of ozone machine make 100g O3 per hour.

According to formula, oxygen flow = ozone yield / CO3 = 100g/hr / 80g/m3=1.25 m3/hr = 20.8 L/min

Now, you may ask why the CO3 of corona discharge oxygen O3 machine is 80 to 100 g/m3. That is subject to current technology. If one day, the CO3 will be higher, then for a certain yield of ozone machine, the less oxygen would be needed.