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Welcome To Aqozone

AQOZONE INDUSTRIES, DeBru Systems specializes in Ozone systems integration of automated turnkey ozone systems for most ozone applications., We supply ozone systems, ozone generators, and ozone-related accessories along with providing service, repair, and maintenance services along with this we manufacture.

  • Ozone Generators
  • UV Disinfection
  • RO Plants,
  • Nano Bubble & Micro Bubble Pumps,
  • Air Source Heat Pumps and Dryers,
  • Drum Filters,
  • Sensors and Automation. 
  • Oxygen Generators

    We supply ozone systems, ozone generators, and ozone-related accessories along with providing
    service, repair, and maintenance services

    Ozone Generators

    It's a machine which converts air or oxygen gas into ozone gas and is used for various purpose.

    RO Plants

    A reverse osmosis plant is a manufacturing plant where the process of reverse osmosis takes place.

    DeBru IOT-RO Plants

    Reverse osmosis is the process of forcing a solvent from a region of high solute concentration.

    Air Source Heat Pump Dryer and De Humidification Unit

    It's air source heat pump dryers and de humidification unit.DeBru Dryers and Dehumidifiers help customers do the proper drying of the product without changing its colour or other aesthetic properties. It's inbuilt with the IOT and Sensors for the proper quality output.

    Drum Filters

    A Rotary Vacuum Filter Drum consists of a cylindrical filter membrane that is partly sub-merged in a slurry to be filtered.

    Oxygen Generators

    Oxygen generators separate oxygen from air so that the gas can be fed into industrial processes in real-time or stored in pressure tanks.

    Bubble/Nano Bubble Pumps

    Poor mass transfer in gas–liquid systems is still a major bottleneck in many biological processes.

    UV Disinfection

    Ultraviolet germicidal irradiation (UVGI) is a disinfection method that uses short-wavelength ultraviolet (ultraviolet C or UV-C) light to kill or inactivate microorganisms by destroying nucleic acids and disrupting their DNA, leaving them unable to perform vital cellular functions.[1] UVGI is used in a variety of applications, such as food, air, and water purification.


    Ozone, also known as trioxygen, has the chemical formula O3 and is composed of three oxygen atoms. 

    The Ozonation Process

    Ozone is created using an ozone generator. This exposes a stream of air to either UV light or to a high voltage electrical discharge, the method known as corona discharge. The corona discharge method is typically preferred and takes place by breaking apart the two oxygen atoms of an oxygen molecule (O 2 ), then charging one of those atoms to another oxygen molecule, thus creating ozone (O 3 ) molecules. Unfortunately, ozone cannot be stored or packaged because of its instability. Its effectiveness will depend on CT, which will be explained later.
    In a water treatment application, the raw water passes through a venturi injector, which creates a vacuum and pulls the ozone gas into the water. An alternate method is bubble diffusion, where air bubbles up through the water being treated. Since the ozone will react with other contaminants or metals to create insoluble metal oxides, post filtration is sometimes required.

    Ozone CT Explained

    CT is the product of residual disinfectant concentration (C) in mg/l and the corresponding disinfectant contact time (T) in minutes. In other words, ozone CT is the dissolved ozone concentration multiplied by the contact time. Some sanitizing treatments with ozone can be accomplished very quickly, but other treatments will require higher levels of ozone or longer contact time in the water. This contact time is required for the dissolved ozone to oxidize organic contaminants and disinfect the water.
    This CT value is assumed to be unitless. To assure a given level of disinfection is obtained, either the ozone concentration can be held constant while the time is varied or vice-versa. For example, a CT value the bottled water industry generally uses is 1.6. This means the dosage rate is 1.6 mg/l minutes. Ozonation can happen at 0.2 ppm for 8 minutes or 0.4 ppm for 4 minutes. Either approach yields a final CT of 1.6.


  • Removes airborne microbiological and improves odors
  • No harmful chemical residues that require a final rinse
  • 3000x more germicidal than chlorine
  • Lower cost of wastewater disposal
  • Instant pathogen destruction
  • Water and energy efficiency
  • Environmentally friendly
  • Ethylene removal
  • Longer shelf life