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Advanced Oxidation

OriginClear's AOxPlus™

Dec 1, 2019 10:08:00 PM

A Breakthrough Advanced Oxidation Process

AOxPlus is a proprietary method to produce hydroxyl radicals in large quantities to treat highly-contaminated wastewater.

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OriginClear's AOxPlus

Jun 22, 2019 5:45:22 PM

A Breakthrough Advanced Oxidation Process

AOxPlus™ is a proprietary method to produce hydroxyl radicals in large quantities to treat highly-contaminated wastewater.

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Showing Off the AOxPlus Prototype

Sep 20, 2018 9:34:00 PM

The Fenton process is well known as a way to clean up the toughest water problems – in the lab! AOxPlus™ is the Fenton process for the 21st Century. OriginClear Technology President “JL” Kindler shows off how the high production of hydroxyls is a reality and talks about a new partnering relationship in Oman with a major oil producer.

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Introducing OriginClear’s Latest Invention

Sep 13, 2018 9:28:00 AM

14 Sep 2018: Application Engineer, Ayush Tripathi, joins CEO Eckelberry to discuss the AOxPlus breakthrough and what it means. He also discusses field rollouts of the technology.

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Standalone AOx Operation

Oct 7, 2017 4:58:00 PM

Potable or near-potable water is typically free of particulates and oils.

In such applications, EWS is not needed, and operators can deploy AOx by itself, as a next-generation AOP.

In 2017, OriginClear showed that AOx could be used on a standalone basis to treat potable and near-potable waters for micro-contaminants.

In laboratory research, AOx has been shown to be extremely effective in treating micro-contaminants in potable or near-potable water.

OriginClear is now scaling up to field pilot and demonstration, while testing continues on a series of contaminants and water samples.

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How Does AOx Compare?

Oct 7, 2017 1:43:00 AM

Advanced Oxidation Processes use strong oxidizing agents to reduce pollutants and sanitize water.

As outlined in an industry article, existing methods include injection, catalysis or irradiation, separately or in combination, under mild temperature and pressure conditions.

The Differences

Here’s how AOx compares with the existing technologies:

  1. Injected AOP has a high operating cost, due to the need to continuously input expensive chemical reagents proportional to the quantity of contaminants to be removed; and the related labor.
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How Does AOx Work Technically?

Oct 7, 2017 1:42:00 AM

OriginClear’s proprietary AOx™ is an emerging, next-generation AOP. It features two methods, both catalytic, for reducing pollutants through oxidation. These methods may be used singly or in combination, according to the application.

The oxidizing agents include Oxygen (O), Chlorine (Cl), Hydrogen Peroxide (H2O2) and Ozone (O3).

Hydroxyl Radical (OH•) is the most powerful oxidizing agent available, produced by the reaction of Hydrogen Peroxide and Ozone.

Direct and Indirect Oxidation

The first method is direct, by exchange of electrons between the anode and the pollutants.

The second is indirect, by generating strong reactive oxygen species (ROS) — most especially OH• — on the anode surface, i.e. in-situ generation of oxidizing species.

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