What is Ozone?
- Ozone is a gas, which is formed naturally by UV rays from the sun, as well as during a thunderstorm when lightning strikes.
- Ozone is formed when many Oxygen molecules separate from the O2 molecule and reattach is groups of 3, forming O3 molecules, which is called Ozone.
What does Ozone do?
- Ozone is a very strong oxidant. It oxidises, sterilises and kills any micro-organism (Including COVID-19/Corona Virus) that it comes into contact with. Micro-organisms include viruses, bacteria, fungi, spores, mold, and mildew. Micro-organisms cannot develop resistance or immunity to Ozone
Ozone is a strong deodoriser. It neutralises odours by eliminating the source of the odours, micro-organisms, and by breaking down certain pollutants and air-borne chemicals.
Benefits of using Ozone
- Oxidation by Ozone is a completely natural process.
- Ozone leaves NO chemical residue once process is complete.
- Micro-organisms cannot develop an immunity or resistance against Ozone.
- There is virtually a 99.9% kill rate on all bacteria, parasites and viruses, including COVID-19/Corona Virus, when Ozone is utilised.
- Ozone generators are self sustaining as its main source is oxygen from the air.
- Being a gas, Ozone can penetrate all areas where as chemical cannot reach certain areas.
Why Not Just Use Chemicals?
- Chemical sprays used to clean the air or water leave behind a residue, which is unhealthy and sometimes dangerous to humans. Ozone does not leave any chemical residue behind.
- Ozone eliminates odours by eliminating the source of the odour, whereas chemicals only mask the odours.
- Ozone works 3000 times faster and is 2.5 times stronger than chlorine.
Is Ozone Dangerous?
- Only low levels of Ozone is required to kill micro-organisms, and therefore Ozone generators produce only low Ozone levels, which are not uncomfortable or dangerous to humans.
Where Can Ozone Be Used?
- Disinfection of rooms, houses, basements, warehouses, offices, shops, changing rooms, hotels, guesthouses, Air B&B's hospitals, Medical Practitioner consultation rooms, and many more.
- Disinfection of swimming pools and drinking water.
- Disinfection of air-conditioners in buildings and cars.
- Disinfection of cars.
- Disinfection used in restoring damaged buildings, for example water damage.