KR102014031B1 - Pontoon type green algae removal system using hydrogen peroxide and ozone - Google Patents

Pontoon type green algae removal system using hydrogen peroxide and ozone Download PDF

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KR102014031B1
KR102014031B1 KR1020180141089A KR20180141089A KR102014031B1 KR 102014031 B1 KR102014031 B1 KR 102014031B1 KR 1020180141089 A KR1020180141089 A KR 1020180141089A KR 20180141089 A KR20180141089 A KR 20180141089A KR 102014031 B1 KR102014031 B1 KR 102014031B1
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The present invention relates to an apparatus for removing green algae generated in a reservoir, a reservoir such as a lake or a dam. In particular, it is composed of a water-based platform on which each component is arranged to operate in the state of being injured on the surface of the water, and secures power to operate the device using a solar cell module, and ozone in the device using a blower and an ozone generator. It is equipped with a means for generating, and the ozone produced in the device and the hydrogen peroxide charged from the outside is mixed in the ejector, and then spraying the air mixed with hydrogen peroxide and ozone directly into the water where the green algae are generated, The present invention relates to a water floating green algae removal device that can be removed.

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Floating type green algae removal system using hydrogen peroxide and ozone

The present invention relates to an apparatus for removing green algae for removing green algae generated at a reservoir such as a reservoir or a lake or a dam. In particular, it is configured to operate in the state of being suspended in the water, to secure the power for the operation of the device through photovoltaic power, after mixing the ozone produced by the ozone generator provided in the device with hydrogen peroxide charged from the outside together In addition, the present invention relates to a floating floating algae removal device which can effectively remove green algae by spraying directly into the issued water.

Green algae or red tide are eutrophication when organic matter, nitrogen or phosphorus is excessively supplied to natural water systems such as reservoirs, lakes, rivers or dams, and artificial water systems such as golf course ponds. When green algae occur, the reservoir or lake turns yellow-green.

Green algae or red algae occur most often in late spring, summer, and early autumn, when temperatures are high, and in most areas where the flow of water is weak or stagnant. Diatoms occur mainly in spring, flagella algae or green algae in early summer, and cyanobacteria in late summer and autumn. When algae breed in each watershed and their population exceeds a certain range, serious problems arise in the ecosystem.

In particular, when the green algae occur, the color of the water system changes to green, and the transparency of the water decreases significantly, damaging the surrounding landscape, the oxygen supply in the water is blocked, and the aquatic organisms die, and the extinction of the propagated green algae. Debris is deposited on the lower part and decay, and toxic substances and odors are generated, thereby deteriorating the water quality and the surrounding environment.

In addition, when a large amount of green algae in the water system used for drinking water, etc., there is a problem that not only is it difficult to purify water due to toxins generated in the green algae, but also greatly increases the purification cost.

Many efforts have been made to eliminate the above problem green algae.

Among them, there is a method of removing or reducing nutrients and multiplying algae in the water by adsorbing and cohesive force of loess by spraying loess on reservoir or lake where green algae is generated. It is also difficult to obtain.

Alternatively, a chemical flocculant may be added to a reservoir or lake where green algae are generated, but spraying a flocculant causes secondary pollution of the water system, although nutrients and green algae are coagulated and removed by the cohesive force of the flocculant. Let's go.

Another method is to pressurize and pump air into a reservoir or lake where green algae have been generated, and to raise nutrients and green algae while air is floating in the water, or to eject water from deep water at low temperatures. There is a method of circulating water, but this method consumes a lot of power, generates noise, and may not produce a great effect when the algal bloom is severe.

Other methods include installing a filtration device on land around a water vessel or a water port, pulling water up to a water pump, filtering the algae using a filter, and reducing the filtered water to a lake. There were a number of problems, such as not easy to work with and to process the filtered green algae.

Patent Registration No. 10-1028097 (2011.04.01.) Publication No. 10-2010-0107132 (2010.10.05.) Utility Model Registration No. 20-0438768 (2008.02.25.) Patent Publication No. 10-1584608 (2016.01.06.)

The present invention relates to a device that can effectively remove the green algae by improving the problems of the prior art as described above, the green algae using a water platform (100; pontoon) that can move from the surface of the lake, such as the green algae is formed It is about a technique to remove.

In particular, the present invention relates to a technique for removing green algae using hydrogen peroxide and ozone. That is, in the present invention, when hydrogen peroxide encounters green algae in water, it destroys chlorophyll of green algae to prevent green algae from propagating, and ozone, an oxide having strong oxygen radicals, acts on the cell wall of green algae to dissolve green algae. It is a technique using the characteristic to remove.

The present invention installs a solar cell module 10 equipped with a solar panel on the water platform 100, and drives the device using the electricity produced in the solar cell module 10, the upper surface of the water platform 100 The ozone generator 50 and the hydrogen peroxide tank 60 are installed on the surface, and ozone is generated in the air while the air blown through the blower 40 passes through the ozone generator 50, and the generated ozone ejector Providing an apparatus for effectively removing the green algae in water by allowing ozone in the air and hydrogen peroxide in the hydrogen peroxide tank 60 to be mixed while passing through the 70, and then spraying the air mixed with ozone and hydrogen peroxide through the injection nozzle. It is for.

In addition, the present invention is to provide an apparatus capable of operating the ozone generator 50, the blower 40, the swirler 90 and the like using the power generated by itself without the external power supply.

In addition, the present invention is equipped with a swivel 90 to move the position of the water platform 100 which is the device of the present invention, after finishing the algae removal work in a specific position to the water platform 100 to another point To provide a device that can be moved to continue the algae removal work.

Green algae removal device of the present invention is to be configured based on the floating water platform (100) that can be moved to rise in the water, the water platform 100, solar cell module 10, storage battery 20, inverter 30, blower 40, an ozone generator 50, a hydrogen peroxide tank 60, an ejector 70, a swirler 90, and the like.

The present invention produces the power to drive the device by itself using the solar cell module 10 of the above components, by using the power blower 40, ozone generator 50, swirler 90 To remove green algae.

In the present invention, the power produced by the solar cell module 10 is stored in the storage battery 20, after converting the stored power to the AC power using the inverter 30, using the power supplied through the inverter To operate the blower 40, the ozone generator 50, and the swirler 90. After the ozone produced in the ozone generator 50 and the hydrogen peroxide stored in the hydrogen peroxide tank 60 are mixed in the ejector 70. , By spraying the air mixed with hydrogen peroxide and ozone in the water through the injection nozzle 80 to operate to remove the algae.

In addition, in the present invention, after performing the green algae removal operation for a specific point, to move to the nearby point where the green algae are distributed a lot to move the water platform 100 device to start the green algae removal work at that point It is included. That is, the manager who manages the operation of the entire device by boarding the device drives the turning machine 90 to move the water platform 100 to the point where the green algae removal work is required, and then the green algae removal work again at the moved point. It is to make progress.

The apparatus of the present invention is such that hydrogen peroxide sprayed in water destroys chlorophyll of green algae to remove green algae, while melting the cell walls of algae with strong oxidizing power of ozone to remove green algae. Therefore, hydrogen peroxide and ozone simultaneously act on the green alga, which makes it possible to remove the green alga more effectively than in the prior art.

In addition, the hydrogen peroxide used to remove the algae in the apparatus of the present invention is decomposed into water and oxygen after use, leaving no toxic substances, and even in the case of ozone, it is changed into oxygen after use and does not have a detrimental effect on the surrounding environment. Therefore, the device of the present invention is characterized by being able to remove the algae without harming the water system or the surrounding environment.

The device of the present invention is configured to operate the device by using the power generated by itself in the water platform 100 without supplying power from the outside, so as to supply power to the surrounding area of a lake or reservoir, which is the target of the algae removal operation. There is no need to install a separate facility.

The device of the present invention is configured to be movable in an injury to the water phase. That is, it is configured to move the water platform 100 by using the turner 90, after completing the green algae removal at any point can be removed by moving the device to another point where the green algae concentration is high. It is.

When the algae removal operation is performed using the apparatus of the present invention, the chlorophyll in the green algae is destroyed by ozone and hydrogen peroxide, and the algae are killed. The green algae in which the chlorophyll is destroyed can be a food for fish, which is also positive for the aquatic environment. Is an element.

1 is an overall configuration diagram of the apparatus of the present invention.
2 is a plan view of the apparatus of the present invention.
Figure 3 is an enlarged view of a part of Figure 2 of the present invention.
4 is a block diagram of the ozone generator of the present invention.
Figure 5 is an enlarged view of a part of Figure 1 of the present invention.

Floating green algae removal apparatus using hydrogen peroxide and ozone of the present invention may be configured as shown in Figure 1 as a whole.

The present invention is to be configured on the floating platform 100 having a buoyancy that can safely float the entire device to the water surface. The apparatus of the present invention is a solar cell module 10, storage battery 20, inverter 30, blower 40, ozone generator 50, hydrogen peroxide tank 60, ejector 70, injection nozzle 80, It is comprised including the turning machine 90 and the like. Of these components, the solar cell module 10 is provided at a predetermined height from the upper surface of the water platform 100, other components are installed on the upper surface of the water platform 100, the swirler 90 is the water Mounted in the center of the rear end of the platform 100, the injection nozzle 80 is installed to be located in the water or a depth of water close to the water in front of the water platform 100 or in the side of the water platform 100.

The water platform 100 is configured to balance the components constituting the device of the present invention while maintaining a stable on the water surface, the lower portion is formed to form a buoyancy and the upper portion is a plane (this plane is the 'top surface) ').

The apparatus of the present invention can arrange each component on top of the water platform 100, as shown in Figure 1, it may be arranged to perform the same or similar functions while changing the position of the components.

The apparatus according to an embodiment of the present invention shown in Figures 1 to 5 is specifically configured as follows, First, look at the configuration of the present invention through Figure 1 as follows.

The water platform 100 of the present invention is to maintain the device so that the entire device of the present invention can operate in a safe state on the water surface. The water platform 100 should be designed to have a sufficient level of buoyancy so that the entire device can maintain a stable posture while each component of the present invention is fixed and disposed thereon.

Each component constituting the present invention is arranged to balance the front, rear, left and right at the top of the water platform (100). The lower part of the water platform 100 is composed of a container (composed by using a plurality of tubes made of rubber, metal or plastic material) in which compressed air capable of floating the device, or a shape similar to a vessel (especially flat bottom ship) Can be. The water platform 100 should be configured to secure an area in which each component of the invention can be balanced.

At the top of the water platform 100 (located at a predetermined height from the top surface), as shown in FIG. 1, a solar cell module 10 having a plurality of solar cell panels arranged thereon is provided. The solar cell module 10 is a component that generates power for operating the device of the present invention using sunlight while serving as a roof of the device on top of the device. The solar cell module 10 of the present invention may be composed of, for example, nine solar panels for 330W, and in this case, an output of 2.9kW can be expected.

The storage battery 20 is a means for storing the direct current electricity produced by the solar cell module 10, in the present invention, the power produced by the solar cell module 10 is first stored in the storage battery 20. The storage battery applied to an embodiment of the present invention may be configured by combining four storage batteries of 12v x 200Ah capacity.

The inverter 30 is for converting the direct current electric power charged in the storage battery 20 into direct current. In the present invention, the blower 40, the ozone generator 50, and the swirler 90 may be driven by using the power converted into alternating current in the inverter 30, and the inverter 30 operates a direct current of a storage battery to operate them. Power is supplied by converting it into AC power (eg 220V / 60Hz voltage). In an embodiment of the invention an inverter with an output of for example 3.1 kW can be used.

As discussed above, the components driven by the electric power of the apparatus of the present invention are a blower 40, an ozone generator 50, a swirler 90 and the like. Swivel 90 is used to move the position of the water platform 100 of the present invention, because the swivel 90 is operated only when the device is moved, the power consumption is not much. On the other hand, since the blower 40 is for supplying air to the ozone generator 50, the power consumption is large, and the ozone generator 50 consumes considerable power.

Therefore, the solar cell module 10 of the present invention should be equipped with a capacity capable of supplying power for driving the above devices. The apparatus of the present invention is to operate by using the power produced through the solar cell module 10, without using a separate external power source, it is possible to produce power only at the time of sunshine, thus the device according to the power production amount There is a difference in the time it can be operated.

The blower 40 is a means for supplying air to the ozone generator 50. That is, a part of oxygen contained in the air is changed to ozone while the air supplied from the blower 40 to the ozone generator 50 passes through the ozone generator 50.

The embodiment of the apparatus of the present invention is provided with a switch 41 for turning the blower 40 on or off, so that the blower 40 can be operated or stopped using this switch. At the same time, the switch 41 is also used as a switch for supplying power to the ozone lamp 51. That is, when the switch 41 is turned ON, power is supplied to the ozone lamp 51 together with the blower 40 so that the blower 40 blows air to the ozone generator 50, and at the same time the ozone lamp 51 It turns on and ozone generation starts. When the switch 41 is turned off, the power supply to the blower 40 and the ozone lamp 51 is cut off, and the operation of the entire apparatus is stopped. The switch 41 may be installed at a predetermined height from the upper surface of the water platform 100, and may be installed on the front surface of the inverter 30 having less vibration when the device is operated.

One embodiment of the device of the present invention is configured to start or stop the algae removal operation by turning on / off the switch 41 configured as above. In an embodiment of the present invention, a blower of 0.4 kW capacity may be used, and the capacity of the blower will vary depending on the processing capacity of the apparatus.

On the other hand, the device of the present invention may be installed to switch separately for the operation of each of the storage battery 20, inverter 30, blower 40 and the ozone lamp 51 and turn them all on to make the algae removal work ( Not shown). In this case, instead of the switch 41 in the same position where the switch 41 is installed, after forming a switch box (not shown) provided with a plurality of switches, each of the above by providing a separate switch for each component The means or the whole device can be operated.

The ozone generator 50 applied to the present invention may be composed of an ozone lamp 51, an ozone lamp guide 52, a guide holder 53, and the like as shown in FIGS. 1, 4, and 5. The ozone generator 50 of the present invention is formed such that a plurality of ozone lamps 51 (in this embodiment, three) are provided inside the ozone lamp guide 52 formed in a L shape. The ozone lamp guide 52 of the present invention may be formed using one or more ozone lamps 51.

The ozone lamp 51 is provided in the inner center of the cylinder formed in the horizontal direction among the ozone lamp guides 52. The ozone lamp guide 52 electrically insulates the ozone lamp 51 from the outside and at the same time serves as a passage through which the air supplied from the blower 40 passes. While the blown air passes through the ozone lamp guide 52, oxygen is in contact with the ozone lamp 51, so that some of the oxygen contained in the air is changed to ozone to generate ozone.

The ozone lamp guide 52 needs to extend its length or the passage time of air in order to increase the amount of ozone generated, and thus can be configured in the form of a letter L shown in FIG. The ozone lamp guide 52 may be formed in a letter or similar shape instead of a letter shape depending on the size of the device or the ability to remove green algae.

The air blown by the blower 40 enters the ozone lamp guide 52 through the circular passage below the ozone generator 50, and then the ozone lamp guide 52 having a plurality of ozone lamps 51 installed at the center thereof. To reach the header pipe 55.

In the present invention, while the blown air moves along the ozone lamp guide 52, it passes through a plurality of ozone lamps (in the embodiment shown in Figs. 1, 4 and 5 of the present invention, three ozone lamps are used). In the process, some of the oxygen molecules contained in the air are transformed into ozone as they are combined with another oxygen atom. Ozone is used to remove green algae through a number of such combinations that occur while passing through the ozone lamp guide 52.

On the other hand, the ozone required to remove the algae can be controlled by adjusting the amount of power supplied to the ozone generator (50). For example, three 145W linear lamps operated using the 220V / 60Hz voltage that is an output voltage of the inverter 30 may be used for the ozone lamp 51 applied to the embodiment of the present invention.

The ozone lamp guide 52 is made of stainless steel, and is fixed to the guide holder 53 using a U bolt 54 (see FIG. 5). The guide holder 53 is a means for fixing and supporting the ozone lamp guide 52 configured as shown in Figs. 1, 4 and 5, and is fixed on the water platform 100 by itself, and the ozone generator 50 Is to be fixed so as not to swing on the water platform (100). In the present invention, the U bolt 54 is used to fix the ozone lamp guide 52 to the guide holder 53. In this case, the U bolt 54 is applied to the apparatus used in the water phase so that it has corrosion resistance. Coated metal or the like.

At both ends of the ozone lamp 51, terminals (not shown) for supplying power to the lamp are provided, respectively, and disc flanges for supporting the ozone lamp 51 and the ozone lamp guide 52 from both sides. 56 is provided.

In the ozone generator 50 of the present invention configured as described above, when the switch 41 (switch for operating the blower and the ozone generator at the same time) is turned on to supply voltage to the ozone lamp 51, the air is supplied to the ozone lamp guide 52. During the passage through) part of the oxygen in the air changes to ozone, producing ozone.

The air containing ozone while passing through the ozone generator 50 is supplied to the header pipe 55, and is supplied to the ejector 70 through the plurality of inlet pipes 71 connected to the header pipe 55. The inlet pipe 71 is for supplying air containing ozone to the ejector 70, and the inlet pipe 71 is formed in the same number as the ejector 70.

Fig. 2 is an overall plan view of the apparatus of the present invention, showing an embodiment in which five inlet pipes 71 are connected to the header pipes 55. Figs. The inlet pipe 71 is configured to be connected to a separate ejector 70, and the inlet pipe 71 and the outlet pipe 72 are provided before and after the ejector 7, respectively. The ejector 70 and the inlet and outlet pipes 71 and 72 may vary in number and diameter depending on the capacity or processing capacity of the device.

The air containing ozone supplied from the ozone generator 50 to the header pipe 55 is introduced into the inlet pipe 71 and then passes through the ejector 70, and again passes through the outlet pipe 71 to inject the nozzle ( 80).

The inlet pipe 71 and the outlet pipe 71 are formed of a cylindrical tube of a relatively large diameter, whereas the ejector 70 is formed to include a circular tube of a diameter much smaller than the inlet pipe 71 or the outlet pipe 71. It is. For example, the diameter of the inlet and outlet pipes 71 and 72 may be 25 mm, and the diameter of the ejector 70 may be 10 mm. The diameters of the inlet and outlet pipes 71 and 72 and the inner diameter of the ejector 73 are set to appropriate sizes as necessary, so that the internal pressure of the ejector 70 and the pressure inside the inlet and outlet pipes 71 and 72 are adjusted. By adjusting the amount of hydrogen peroxide can be controlled.

On the other hand, as shown in Fig. 1 or 5, the apparatus of the present invention is provided with a hydrogen peroxide tank 60 for storing liquid hydrogen peroxide. The center of the hydrogen peroxide tank 60 is provided with a pipe 61 connected from the bottom to the ejector 70. Pipe 61 is to be a passage for supplying hydrogen peroxide to the ejector 70, the hydrogen peroxide rises due to the lower air pressure inside the ejector 70 is formed to be ejected into the ejector 70.

On the other hand, the inspection window 62 which can confirm the residual amount of hydrogen peroxide is formed in the outer side of the hydrogen peroxide tank 60. The inspection window 62 is provided for checking the remaining amount of hydrogen peroxide, and when the remaining amount is below an appropriate level, the operation is stopped or the device is continued to operate after filling the tank with hydrogen peroxide.

The ejector 70 is a very important component in the apparatus of the present invention for removing algae using hydrogen peroxide and ozone, and hydrogen peroxide and ozone are mixed therein, and mixed ozone and hydrogen peroxide are supplied to the injection nozzle 80. It is to be possible.

There is a big difference between the inner diameter of the ejector 70 and the inner diameters of the inlet and outlet pipes 71 and 72 provided in the present invention. Therefore, the air pressure inside the ejector 70 through which air containing ozone passes is significantly lower than the air pressure inside the inlet and outlet pipes 71 and 72 (Bernui's principle), and the hydrogen peroxide tank due to such a pressure difference. Hydrogen peroxide stored in 60 is sucked into the pipe inside the ejector 70 along the pipe 61 and is ejected.

The hydrogen peroxide tank 60 is configured to maintain the same pressure as the outside, so when the internal pressure of the ejector 70 is significantly lower than the surrounding air pressure, the hydrogen peroxide stored in the hydrogen peroxide tank 60 is It is ejected into the ejector 70. That is, when liquid hydrogen peroxide rises and is ejected toward the inside of the ejector 70 whose pressure is lowered due to the pressure change according to Bernoulli's principle, air and ozone containing ozone generated in the ozone generator are contained in the ejector 70. It will be mixed.

Hydrogen peroxide injected into the ejector 70 is mixed with the air containing ozone while passing through the ejector 70, and then supplied to the injection nozzle 80 through the withdrawal pipe 72. The injection nozzle 80 is positioned near the water or in the water at a predetermined depth from the surface of the water, and air in which ozone and hydrogen peroxide are mixed is injected into the water through the injection nozzle 80.

Air mixed with ozone and hydrogen peroxide released into the green algae is in contact with the green algae in water. It destroys and prevents the algae from breeding.

When using the device of the present invention operating as described above, ozone and hydrogen peroxide are in direct contact with the green algae in water to effectively kill or remove the algae.

On the other hand, as in Figures 1 and 2, the apparatus of the present invention is provided with a swinger 90, which is a means for moving the water platform 100. Swivel 90 is to operate the motor (not shown) using the AC power supplied from the inverter 30, and to operate the water platform 100 by rotating the propeller by the rotational force of the motor. Swiveler 90 is provided with a steering gear for adjusting the moving direction of the water platform 100 is configured to allow the administrator to move by selecting whether or not to move. Swivel 90 is equipped with an operating switch for its operation (not shown). Swivel 90 is mounted to the rear center of the water platform (100).

In the apparatus of the present invention, the portion in which the swirler 90 is mounted in the water platform 100 is referred to as the rear, and the portion in which the injection nozzle 80 is provided as in FIG. 1 or 2 is referred to as the front. However, the injection nozzle may be provided on the left or right side instead of the front or rear side as necessary.

The swirler 90 provided in the apparatus of the present invention is configured based on being driven by using the power generated by the solar cell module 10, but if necessary, uses the internal combustion engine to operate the swirler 90. It can also work. However, in order to prevent the environmental pollution of the water system, which is the object of the algae removal work, it is preferable to configure the apparatus on the basis of operating the swirler 90 using electric power as much as possible.

When the water platform 100 needs to be moved, the manager can turn on the switch 41 of the turning machine 90, and can move the water platform 100 to a point where many green algae are distributed by using a steering wheel. At this point, the algae removal can be resumed.

Referring again to FIG. 2, which is a plan view of the apparatus of the present invention, the present invention includes elements constituting the apparatus on the upper surface of the water platform 100, among which components are relatively large or bulky. . That is, the same components as the ozone generator 50 (for example, a header pipe having a length of 2 m or more, a guide fixing rod having a height of 1.5 m), and a large volume (for example, 2 m left and right length), such as a hydrogen peroxide tank 60. , 1 m in height, 0.5 m in width). Therefore, the device of the present invention should be arranged such that all such components can be safely maintained and operated on the water platform 100.

To this end, the water platform 100 of the present invention should be designed to have a buoyancy enough to board all the components and managers disposed thereon.

The device of the present invention, as shown in Figure 1 for the safety of the administrator to manage the device to board the water platform 100, the handrail 110 on the part or all of the front, rear, left and right sides of the water platform 100, etc. It may be provided. One or both sides of the handrail 110 is configured to form a space or doorway for the manager to ride on the water platform 100.

The ozone generator 50 provided in the present invention includes a plurality of (three) ozone lamps 51 arranged vertically as shown in FIGS. 1, 4, and 5, and an ozone lamp 51 at the center thereof. It consists of an ozone lamp guide 52 which is a passage of air while being provided, and both ends of each ozone lamp 51 are provided with a power terminal for supplying electric power converted from the inverter 30 to an alternating current (power terminal and power supply). Supply cable not shown).

In the present invention, the air containing ozone while passing through the ozone generator 50 is moved to the header pipe 55, and then supplied to the ejector 70 through the inlet pipe 71 is formed of a plurality, respectively, The control valve 73 is formed in the inlet pipe 71, respectively. The control valve 73 is to adjust the supply amount of air containing ozone supplied to the ejector 70 or to block the supply.

That is, when the amount of green algae to be removed is large or the amount of sunshine is sufficient to operate the whole device normally, all of the control valves 73 are opened to operate the entire device, and the amount of green algae is stored in the storage battery 20. When the device cannot be operated because of insufficient power, some control valves 73 may be closed and only the remaining valves may be removed to proceed with algae removal.

The device of the present invention configured as described above is operated when the device is operated without being supplied with an external power source and can be operated during sunshine time or when the device can be operated with electric power stored in the storage battery 20. The manager is configured to manage the device is always on board the water platform (100).

When the apparatus of the present invention needs to perform green algae removal, the apparatus is installed to float on the surface of the water system in which the green algae are distributed, and the solar cell module 10 generates power in the storage battery 20 during the period of sunshine. After charging the power, the operator opens the required number of control valves 73 and turns on the switch 41 to operate the device.

The apparatus of the present invention can be applied by changing the size of the apparatus according to the area of the water system (lake, reservoir, river, etc.) that need to remove the green algae, the state of the algae. Therefore, the device may be manufactured and used to have a larger or smaller size or processing capacity than the configuration according to the embodiment described above. Even in this case, each component must be arranged to be balanced on the water platform 100 so that the device can operate safely in the water position.

The present invention configured as described above, by independently producing the power for driving the device to supply to each component to operate the device without power from the outside, by applying hydrogen peroxide and ozone at the same time effectively remove the algae It is to be done.

The present invention also provides a technique capable of removing green algae without adversely affecting the water or waterside environment to which the apparatus of the present invention is applied, thereby enabling the algae removing operation to be performed without burdening environmental pollution. .

On the other hand, the present invention has been described with respect to the configuration and operation of the device centered on the removal of algae, the apparatus of the present invention is applicable to the operation of removing other algae, such as red tide (diatom), South tide and the like.

The configuration and effects of the embodiments of the present invention have been described in detail above, but the present invention is not limited to the above-described embodiments, but various modifications or changes can be made within the spirit and scope of the present invention. It is. Therefore, modifications or variations apparent to those skilled in the art should be construed as falling within the claims of the present invention.

100: water platform
10: solar cell module, 20: storage battery, 30: inverter
40: blower, 41: switch
50: ozone generator, 51: ozone lamp, 52: ozone lamp guide
53: guide holder, 55: header pipe, 56: flange
60: hydrogen peroxide tank, 61: pipe, 62: inspection window
70: ejector, 71: inlet pipe, 72: outlet pipe, 73: control valve
80: injection nozzle, 90: turning machine, 110: handrail

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  1. And floating on the surface of the water platform (100),
    A solar cell module 10 provided at a predetermined height of the upper surface of the water platform 100,
    The storage battery 20, the inverter 30, the blower 40, the ozone generator 50, the hydrogen peroxide tank 60 and the ejector 70 provided on the upper surface of the water platform 100,
    A swirler 90 mounted at the rear center of the water platform 100;
    It is configured to include a spray nozzle 80 which is installed in the water or a certain depth of water close to the water surface in front or side of the water platform 100,
    The solar cell module 10 is composed of a plurality of photovoltaic panels, the power to operate the blower 40, the ozone generator 50 and the swirler 90 without the supply of external power in the device itself Is configured to produce,
    The ozone generator 50 includes one or more ozone lamps 51, an ozone lamp guide 52, a plurality of guide holders 53 and a header pipe 55,
    The ozone lamp guide 52 is made of a L-shape, a U-shape or the like to increase the amount of ozone generated,
    The ejector 70 is formed in the middle of the inlet pipe 71 and the outlet pipe 72,
    One side of the inlet pipe 71 is provided with a control valve 73,
    Since the inner diameter of the ejector 70 is smaller than the inner diameters of the inlet pipe 71 and the outlet pipe 72, the hydrogen peroxide is sucked and ejected into the ejector 70 during operation of the apparatus, and then hydrogen peroxide and ozone are mixed. Floating type algae removal device using hydrogen peroxide and ozone, characterized in that configured to be supplied to the injection nozzle (80).
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  4. The method of claim 1,
    The hydrogen peroxide tank 60 is characterized in that it comprises a pipe 61 which is a passage for supplying hydrogen peroxide to the ejector 70 and a check window 62 for checking the residual amount of hydrogen peroxide therein, hydrogen peroxide and ozone Floating green algae removal device using.
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  7. The method of claim 1,
    Floating algae removal using hydrogen peroxide and ozone, characterized in that it comprises a switch 41 provided on one side of the inverter 30 and the like to control the operation of the blower 40 and the ozone generator 50 together. Device.
  8. The method of claim 1,
    The water platform 100 is formed to have a buoyancy to maintain each component in a stable state in the water,
    Handrail 110, characterized in that provided in part or all of the front, rear, left and right sides of the water platform 100, floating peroxide removal apparatus using hydrogen peroxide and ozone.
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