WHAT IS OZONE?

Ozone (O3) is an 'active-oxygen', an unstable molecule consists of three oxygen atoms. In nature, ozone is created by oxygen in the air is exposed to the sun's UV rays. Ozone acts powerful oxidizing. Because of this effect, the gas has an ability to break down many substances and acts as a natural detergent. Ozone is the most powerful oxidising agent that it is safe to use.

 

Capabilities allow ozone kills bacteria, viruses, mildew, spores, cysts and yeast. The oxidised iron, magnesium, hydrogen sulfate and sulfur. When ozone comes into contact with chemicals, it oxidizes or converts the target chemical into harmless by-product. Ozone has a clear, fresh smell after a thunderstorm.

 

The use of ozone has many advantages compared to other cleaners.

 

It developed no resistance to ozone as at other disinfection methods. Ozone is far more effective than chlorine to kill bacteria, fungi and viruses. The reaction time of ozone is short and requires much less contact than chemical substances. Ozone also has a short lifetime. In volatile form items ozone in 10 to 20 minutes before it again goes to normal oxygen. Transportation, production, storage handling and discharge of chemicals will thus be reduced. This provides environmental and health benefits.

 

Ozone can only be produced on site with ozone generators, air and electricity. Correct ozone level can be maintained electronically, it is not necessary with manual measurement procedures.

 

Ozone cleaning has been used a long time, but in Europe it is only in the last twenty - thirty years that its use has become more extensive. In parallel, research has shown that chlorine may be harmful, as the scientific community has recommended that chlorine eliminated from the purification of drinking water, but also from other industrial activities.