Regarding water treatment, ozone is a method that is used to reduce contaminates. Ozone is an oxidant, meaning it reacts with and accepts the electrons of other substances. Ozone is added to the water and immediately starts oxidizing. This eliminates contaminants such as bacteria, viruses, and metals.
If you run a seafood processing plant and are interested in using an ozone water treatment, contact our team.
For years, the food processing industry has been shifting towards using more organic methods at every stage. Traditionally, chlorine has been used for preservation and processing but is ineffective when it comes to controlling bacterial growth and shelf life. Other traditional methods used in food processing have been found to leave residual chemicals and foul smells and flavours.
Interested in switching to ozone water treatment for your seafood processing plants? Contact our team at Integra Water to get started.
There are several advantages to using ozone water treatment in your seafood processing plant. Using this method of water treatment can lead to longer shelf life for the products since it eliminates bacteria that cause food spoilage.
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Ozone can be used for a variety of applications in a seafood processing plant. For instance, it can be used for ozone ice, fish preservation, rinses, washers, machine feeds, and more. As a disinfectant, ozone can effectively reduce the presence of a variety of microorganisms and water-born contaminants.
To get started on implementing an ozone water treatment system at your seafood processing plant, contact our team at Integra Water.