Systems has developed an innovative method of
injecting high-concentration ozone gas into the
subsurface. Our new system also has a
significant radius of influence - 10 to 50 feet
depending on geology and permeability.
ozone sparging is conducted in one of two ways:
gas is injected at high concentration (2 to
10%) directly into the subsurface, but at a
low flow rate (<1 scfm); or
gas is mixed with compressed air to provide a
high flow rate (2 to 10 scfm per well), but at
a substantially diluted concentration (<500
these methods is ideal. The low gas flow rate in
method 1 is not capable of reaching areas of the
subsurface more than a few feet from the
injection well. Using diluted ozone gas (method
2) overcomes this limitation
due to the higher flow rate. However,
the diluted gas has a much lower solubility than
high concentration ozone.
developed by Oxidation Systems can deliver a
high concentration of ozone at a high injection
flow rate. Our method produces a significant
radius of influence around the injection well
while also maximizing the mass of ozone that
dissolves in groundwater.
to discuss your site and determine if our new
injection system will work for you.