FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
All ArcAqua’s ozone generators are certified to produce specific amounts of ozone. This can be measured with the necessary sensors in situ.
We comply with Occupational Health and Safety regulations of less than 0.1ppm ozone being released into the atmosphere. The industrial system will shut down if the volume of ozone exceeds the limit on an ongoing basis.
We do not have an organic certificate for chemical free lines at this stage.
Yes, the water can be reused in other areas in the packing facility, such as the flume as the runoff water is microbially clean. However, the ArcAqua system itself does not reuse the water.
15 – 30 seconds; depending on fruit type.
We do not currently have a system that is able to do this but it is something we prototyping.
We have appointed maintenance contractors in each area to complete maintenance. We further provide a back-up parts pack. These are “smalls” and are able to be fitted by an internal maintenance team. Our operating manual provides for this functionality.
We will have a maintenance contractor on site within 24 hours.
At this stage the system is not designed to purify water.
Yes you can but it must be a paid trial for a minimum of a 6 month period.
We have been installed in ALG citrus for 2 years and Kalos stone fruit for 2 years as well as numerous other pack houses for shorter periods.
We offer a flexible cost structure that is tailored to each individual customer and their specific requirements.
The volume required to be packed determines the size of the system and the cost. We operate under a fixed monthly rate that is unaffected by the hours worked per day. This monthly fee is payable for the period (in months) in which the unit is utilized.
This may be possible in unique circumstances only however; you would not be able to benefit from system upgrades that may occur post the sale of the unit.
The system is designed to comply with Occupational Health and Safety requirements and has numerous safety features built into the design. Refer to safety manual.
Water usage is variable and dependent on the number of nozzles installed; the water pressure; the type of nozzle used and the length of time that the system is used.
It uses a single phase power requirement and will use roughly the same as a light bulb.
We have conducted extensive lab and field tests measuring microbial reduction and these results are available for download under the Resources section of the website.