Why Use Ozone? Currently, almost all sanitisation is performed using Chlorine based or similar chemical detergents. Whilst the current system is relatively effective, it is often labour intensive and complete coverage of all surfaces cannot be easily achieved. Chemical fogging can overcome the latter disadvantage, but can still become problematic on vertical surfaces and with some textiles.
Ozone is a highly effective sanitising agent for a number of reasons. It very quickly destroys any organic matter it comes into contact with and easily reaches into places that cannot normally be accessed. As it is a gas composed entirely of Oxygen it performs equally on all surface orientations and leaves no chemical residue to dispose of.
Ozone can be used to treat air and surfaces in combat against multiple organisms such as:
Bacteria and Viruses, e.g
Cold & Influenza
Protein Based Allergens, e.g.
As a result of its killing action on organic contaminants, Ozone is unmatched as a deodorising agent. Rather than simply masking odours with fragrance, Ozone deodorises by destroying the source of the odour. This results in long term odour removal, and leaves problem areas smelling of fresh, clean air.