Normex Desinfecta

The Normex DesinfectaTM system for disinfection and sanitising was originally developed for disinfection in the food industry. The system is approved by the Norwegian Medicine Agency for disinfection of live fish carriers and by the Norwegian Food Safety Authorities, Mattilsynet for disinfection in the seafood industry.

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Today Normex DesinfectaTM is used for disinfection of pipes and tanks on fishing vessels, hatchery, processing plant on shore and aquaculture in general.

Injecting ozone into water is a method of disinfection and cleaning that provides unparalleled results for the elimination of bacteria in water and wastewater. It also improves profitability and boosts environmental protection. With ozone there’s no need of chemicals to keep tanks, pipelines, gratings, surfaces and RSW systems clean. A correctly designed cleaning and disinfection plant is both rational in use, efficient and has low operating costs. Ozone can also be utilised in combination with other cleaning methods.



Fishing vessel

The system is used to keep tanks, pipelines, gratings and surfaces in RSW systems clean. Normex DesinfectaTM has several major advantages over other disinfectants: Ozone process will break loose and oxidize shells, blood and other biological/organic materials that are otherwise difficult to clean mechanically. Most other disinfectants that dissolves in water will only work on the outside of the biofilm, which means that pathogens hidden in the biofilm can survive. These can later detach and cause an infection risk. A further advantage is that the ozone is generated at site; hence there is no purchase, storing and handling of hazardous chemicals.

Normex Biofoul Control

Normex developed the BioFoulControlTM system to prevent or remove biological growth in heat exchangers or in maritime seawater coolers and intakes. The system uses ozone as the main reactant and it is cost effective, user friendly and safe to handle. It’s also environmentally acceptable and flexible compared to other existing methods.