The Science of Ozone

What is Ozone?

Ozone is oxygen that has been subject to high voltage (3000 to 6000 volts) at very low amperage.  Ozone is an unstable gas which is very active chemically.  It will combine with bacteria and odors in the air or water rendering them harmless and odorless, in other owrds purified air or water.  Ozone is nature's own purifier, and is created during thunderstorms by lightening.  This results in the fresh clean air that is present after a thunderstorm.

Household Odors

One of the most powerful and effective eliminators of smoke and a myriad of other odors is ozone.  Our machine utilizes ozone to destroy tobacco smoke and it's inherent impurities plus odor from pets, cooking, mold mildew, and other household sources.  Elimination of these hazards provides a much healthier atmosphere and more comfortable living environment.

Indoor Air Pollution

Indoor air pollution is recognized as one of the major health concerns facing the nation todday.  This condition has been created by the search for more energy, efficient building, work places.  Through the use of our systems we can dramtatically reduce the pollution contamination, creating a much safer atmosphere indoors.

For Hotels, Hospitals & Nursing Homes...

Our ozone machines keep rooms and lobbies smelling fresher and cleaner.  Actual cleanup time required is reduced enabling rooms to be in service faster.  Food products are kept fresher and storage areas as well as cooler are more sterile.  Cross odors are reduced and odors from garbage spillage, drainage, and smoke are completely controlled.  Ozone reduces the risk of baterial, viral, and other infections.  Ozone has proven to be the most effective way to dramtically reduce room cancellations due to odor complaints.

Other Odor Control

Restaurants, lounges, beauty shops, and many more other public areas can be cleaned of odors by destroying the source with ozone.  Flowers tend to stay fresher longer and customers will appriciate the fresh clean aroma ozone systems create.

FAQs

The most frequently asked questions by our customers.