Experimental model of ammonia elimination by ozone in the air
P. Hutla, B. Petráčková, J. Kárahttps://doi.org/10.17221/54/2012-RAECitation:Hutla P., Petráčková B., Kára J. (2013): Experimental model of ammonia elimination by ozone in the air. Res. Agr. Eng., 59: 39-45.
Experimental device was created to model stable atmosphere. The device consists of the glass vessel filled with air. Volume of the vessel is 30 litres. The ammonia concentration is similar to stable air. Amount of ozone in 2.4 mg was added and subsequently weight loss of ammonia was measured. Measurements were performed at different temperatures (20°C, 45°C) and different air humidity. The observed ratio of reacting ozone and ammonia is 5.2:1. It was also found, that this ratio is practically independent of temperature and relative humidity that occur in a stable environment. The results are the basis for the design of ozone air purification technology.Keywords:
stable atmosphere; air purification technology; animal stables; air purification by ozone