The TPF ozone generator consists of a cylindrical vessel in which a
number of stainless tubes are welded between two fixed plates in a
compact arrangement. A coolant flows around the outside of the
tubes to remove heat produced in the generation of ozone.
The tubes serve as receptacles for calibrated high voltage
electrodes with one tube and one high voltage electrode forming an
ozone generating dielectric element. This method of construction
prevents any possible contact of the coolant with the high voltage
The tube’s inside diameter and the high voltage electrode’s outside
diameter create a well-defined gap. The feed gas flows between the
electrodes in this narrow gap where ozone is formed at the required
concentration. Each ozone generating element has its own fuse that
ensures the selective disconnection of a defective element from the
others without any interruption in the process.
Power rack modules constitute the main power supply unit (PSU).
Each PSU is constructed in compliance with the latest IGBT
technology. A Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) checks each
operation and instrument. A touch screen panel controls the PLC
and a RS 485 serial port permits remote control and monitoring of
- Compact design and modular electronics
- Individually fused dielectric elements
- Stainless steel hydraulic connections
- Skid mounted PSU and control connections
- Process instrumentation included
- PLC with touch screen control panel.