What is Ozone
Ozone (O3) is a naturally occurring substance that is a molecule consisting of three oxygen atoms (O) bonded together.
It has strong oxidizing power, about seven times that of chlorine, and is highly effective in sterilization and deodorization, and is used in many fields.
High sterilizing power
Ozone has a sterilizing and deodorizing capacity about seven times greater than chlorine, and when ozone binds with bacteria and viruses, oxidation occurs, destroying the nucleus of the virus.
Its sterilizing power is used to purify tap water and in hospitals and other facilities.
Exists in nature
Ozone is produced by the sun’s ultraviolet rays and lightning discharges and is also present in trace amounts in the air!
The ozone layer also protects the earth from harmful ultraviolet rays and cleanses the atmosphere.
Possible to sterilize every nook and cranny
Ozone is a gas, so it is evenly distributed to every corner of the room by the jet stream, and can sterilize not only viruses floating in the room, but also viruses and bacteria adhering to indoor appliances, walls, ceilings, and other surfaces.
There is no leakage of sterilization, such as leftover wipes.
No residual toxicity
Ozone is an unstable compound that reacts with bacteria and viruses, and returns to oxygen over time under the influence of heat, light, and other agents.
Deodorizing and deodorizing effect
The deodorizing and deodorizing effects have been verified by various research institutes, and since it reacts to the odor-causing molecules and breaks them down into oxygen and odorless components, it has a fundamental deodorizing effect and does not cause odor to return.
Low running cost operation
Ozone is produced by irradiating oxygen in the air with ultraviolet light, so there is no need to purchase or store chemicals.