Liquid Ozone

Nov. 1, 2013

Jenfitch, LLC has received NSF approval to use JC 9450 Liquid Ozone in potable water systems as a disinfectant.

Jenfitch, LLC has received NSF approval to use JC 9450 Liquid Ozone in potable water systems as a disinfectant. JC 9450 chemically reacts in water to generate ozone (singlet oxygen molecules) in solutions. 9450 has been tested and found to be an excellent method for controlling biofilm formation and eliminating contaminant breakthrough.  It will help increase the bulb life and minimize the slime formation in the UV channel.

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