Primozone was founded in 2000 and already from the start, the aim was to redefine ozone technology. From experience, the personnel at Primozone knew that traditional ozone generators have many weaknesses. The aim of the development team was to design an ozone generator that reduced as many of these weaknesses as possible.
Since 2003, Primozone Production AB is wholly owned by Westfal-Larsen Technology of Bergen, Norway. The W-L group is a family-owned group of companies founded in 1905. Primozone is one of several companies within Westfal-Larsen Technology AS, all of whom are active within high-technology R&D products. The W-L group is an industrial owner who has invested several million Euros in the development of the Primozone’s Ozone Generator.
Today the Primozone ozone technology is a proven concept. It is sold worldwide and used for different industrial water treatment applications in different countries.
Removing Toxic Micropollutants from Wastewater
Successful Installation of Ozone Generators
Primozone Is Awarded Large Scale Municipal Drinking Water Project worth 3 Million Euro
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