Treatment of dairy waste below coliform kill temperature results in conversion of urea to ammonia, the isolation and reduction of phosphate and depletion of COD levels.
Ray's average operating temperature of 170° F and the ability for a 6 minute fluid retention time with adjusted flow provides a higher than 95% kill rate of E. coli.
UV through Ray's lens also targets bacteria at the RNA level to neutralize other harmful pathogens.
Ray® enables and accelerates the removal of ammonia gas. Tests have shown a reduction of 40 to 50%, and could reduce the total solubilized ammonia from 47 to 6 or 7% of the total effluent.
Data on these effluents was collected from company funded research and testing performed by Oregon State University
Data also collected from Specialty Analytical, an environmental and analytical testing laboratory based in Clackmas, OR