The Power of Ozone
Ozone Water Generator
Ozone is a gas consisting of three atoms of oxygen and is one of the most powerful disinfectants in the world, destroying bacteria and viruses such as Covid-19, Ebola & SARS. It is 50 times more effective at disinfection compared to the most popular disinfectant – chlorine and the effects of its action are visible 3,200 times faster. The application of ozone disinfection in the treatment of water is widespread throughout the world and is generally used at medium- to large-sized water treatment plants as it kills 99.9% of all bacteria, spores, viruses and micro-pollutants. Furthermore, there is no regrowth of microorganisms after ozonation, unlike ultraviolet and chlorine disinfection.
What is an Ozone Water Generator?
Ozone is generated by an electrical discharge through dry air or pure oxygen. Any electrical discharge or spark will create ozone. The spark will split the oxygen molecule (O2) found in ambient air into elemental oxygen (O). These Oxygen atoms will quickly bind to another oxygen molecule (O2) to form ozone (O3).
Benefits of Ozone Water
O3 Natural method of disinfection without the requirement for harsh and abrasive chemicals.
O3 A proven method of disinfection of all micro-organisms including COVID-19, SARS and Ebola
O3 Can be used to disinfects most surfaces including but not exclusive to human and pet skin, food, kitchenware, furniture, floors, walls and windows
O3 Micro-organisms cannot grow back once killed using ozone, unlike chemicals such as chlorine
O3 Ozone is used widespread globally, typically in large industrial applications
O3 One of the most effective disinfectants known to man
O3 Disinfects 3,200 times quicker than other popular disinfectants such as chlorine
O3 Not only a disinfectant but a powerful degreaser, deodorizer and a fungicide
Why do we need Ozone disinfection?
The outbreak of deadly viruses worldwide such as SARS in 2003 and COVID-19 in 2020 has increased people's awareness of the transmission of respiratory diseases in indoor environments. Evidence shows that such viruses could survive on respiratory droplets for up to several days and people breathing air and touching surfaces containing these droplets will be at a high risk of infection. Therefore, there is an urgent and critical need for a reliable and efficient disinfection method to decontaminate these high-risk areas.
As a direct consequence of these deadly viruses and in addition to the unprecedented tragic loss of lives, the adverse effects are much wider-reaching with an estimated loss of over 4.1 trillion USD to the global economy, requiring a historical and record-breaking 2 trillion USD government bailout in the US. The result of this global financial crisis has seen unemployment increase dramatically and threaten many businesses and livelihoods of millions across the world.
As the peak of the COVID-19 pandemic passes, lock-down restrictions begin to ease and we enter the "new normal", it is mission-critical that the world implements the appropriate strategies and solutions to mitigate against a second and third wave of the virus, whilst also providing the foundations to help rehabilitate the global economy. This strategy transcends all countries, ages and market sectors and is imperative that everyone plays their part to provide a safe environment in their homes and workplaces so people have the confidence to continue enjoying their lives again.