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Cold plasma, also known as non-thermal plasma, is an ionized gas that acts as an excellent electric conductor. When applied to ordinary fresh water, it transforms the water into Plasma Activated Water (PAW) and the formation of reactive oxygen species. Plasma activated water technology offers advantages such as low energy consumption, high degradation efficiency, and short treatment time, making it a promising technique for water disinfection.
Water is directed into a specialized equipment chamber where hardware and software create a layer of cold plasma within an oxygen "cloud." This cold plasma generates positively charged ions that are attracted to an electrode beneath a sheet of water in the chamber. As these ions are injected at the atomic or molecular level, they pass through the water and create ultra-fine bubbles of oxygen gas that remain suspended in the liquid. Controlled doses of naturally occurring reactive oxygen species (ROS) are also introduced to the water, resulting in a dual-mode Advanced Oxidation Process (AOP) that utilizes both radicals and dissolved oxygen for highly effective pathogen mitigation.