Pinnacle Ozone is the manufacturer and world class integrator of rugged & compact, energy efficient industrial ozone systems. Our Pinnacle systems are used in a diverse array of industrial, commercial and municipal water application areas where treatment requires compact size, system mobility, high efficiency, wide operational pressure, and complex system integration solutions and services.
Pinnacle systems are based on the water cooled, QuadBlock® ozone generators providing the most reliable, ozone generation technology in the market today. When QuadBlock® generators are modularly installed together; the systems operate quietly and efficiently by simply turning power up or down linearly from 1% to 100% based on real-time, customer process inputs. Operating at 80%, 50% or 20% means a direct saving of 20%, 50% or 80% of the power respectively. In addition, the need to destroy large amounts of excess ozone is no longer required as ozone is produced at a quantity only needed to meet the process demand. This provides substantial operational cost reductions over traditional ozone control systems and a significant customer return on investment.
Pinnacle Ozone proudly offers in conjunction with our equipment a unique world class ozone test laboratory that analyzes customers’ “real-world” water problems and turns them into workable ozone product solutions. We ensure that before any product is sold, it is predetermined to work and is fully capable of servicing both the upper and lower operational dynamics of every customer’s process.
Our systems feature the Peak, Summit and Zenith product series. The Peak ozone system ranges in output from 10-60 lbs. of ozone per day, the Summit ozone system ranges in output from 70-100 lbs. per day, and the Zenith ozone system ranges in output from 110-750 lbs. of ozone per day. However, Zenith systems can be ordered in configurations up to 6,000 lbs per day for larger application demands. Pinnacle offers an ozone system that will work for any application size or type. All ozone output ratings above are at 10% concentration by weight but also have the ability to operate between 5-9% concentration by weight.
Contact us today for additional information on how Pinnacle Ozone systems can help solve your water quality problems. At Pinnacle Ozone… we treat water right!
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Over the past several years, we've had overwhelming response and feedback to several articles we've written about using ozone for water and wastewater disinfection. The profound drought across many areas of the country has piqued interest in this wastewater reuse, and more specifically how ozone can play a role. This article answers some of the most common questions about ozone systems for wastewater applications.
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Pinnacle Ozone Solutions, a leading supplier of ozone process technology and equipment is pleased to announce the addition of Goble Sampson Associates, Inc. to its sales network.
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Pinnacle Ozone Solutions, LLC a leading supplier of ozone process technology and equipment, announced that it has successfully completed delivery and final commissioning of the Sanford, Florida (FL) Water Treatment Plant #2 ozone system.
Pinnacle Ozone Solutions is proud to present a new video featuring one of our newest Canadian installations in Becancour, Quebec. The video features the City’s Superintendent of Environmental Health, Mr. Michel Carbonneau. As you’ll see in the video, Michel has high remarks for Pinnacle’s modular capability, built in redundancy and ease of installation. Pinnacle’s vision of INVENTING a BETTER ozone generation platform centers around a technology that is flexible, reliable and efficient. This video exemplifies our vision and Pinnacle’s commitment to deliver, service and support our customers. Special thanks to Mr. Michel Carbonneau and The City of Becancour for entrusting Pinnacle Ozone Solutions with their ozone generation needs.
Most anyone reading this story is certainly familiar with the use of chlorine and/or UV for the disinfection of treated wastewater effluent. You’re also probably at least somewhat familiar with the use of ozone for drinking water treatment. The purpose of this article is to introduce you to just a few of the benefits of using ozone in your next wastewater treatment project. By Louis LeBrun, PE
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Louis Lebrun of Pinnacle Ozone Solutions discusses company’s flexible solution to the variety of water-quality challenges facing smaller municipalities.
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Bud Leffler, CTO of Pinnacle Ozone Solutions, sat down with Water Online Radio for this live interview from the show floor at WEFTEC 2011 in Los Angeles. Leffler explains ozone, its characteristics, and the benefits it has for the disinfection of water.