Hello! I am currently trying to figure out how a water recycling machine works (this machine http://www.floridawb.info/page45.html except I have the CW2 version). I am stumbling a bit on understanding the CFC system of this machine. I believe it has something to do with the cataclytic chamber on the machine. Quote from product catalog: "CO3P - Catalytic Oxidation Process The most advanced oxidation technology available. This low maintenance system is ideal for elimination of contaminants such as organics, pesticides, algae, bacteria, color, and odors. The oxidation process creates a hydroxyl radical through the use of ozone, UV light, and RGF’s Oxy Puck, which actually oxidizes the contaminants to harmless carbon dioxide and water, thereby decontaminating the water and increasing filter life." All I know about the acronym CFC is chlorofluorocarbon, but it would be weird if this were related to my recycling machine? Would really appreciate some help here if anyone knows something about this!