The air we breathe contains a variety of bacteria and viruses. There are many types of airborne infectious agents. A drip infection is the most common way to transmit disease, i.e. infectious agents are contagious when they accompany the drops created by coughing or sneezing. The infection can stick to surfaces as well as move from one surface to another. Infectious substances can get onto a surface if there are many people touching it. This also increases the risk of them being passed on to others. As an example, you might pass the handle of a door or faucet from one hand to another. Therefore, it is important to have an ozone generator to achieve virus disinfection with ozone.
On surfaces where they have ended up, some infectious agents can live for hours or days and continue to spread disease. Cold metal, for example, can support infectious agents for three days.
Disinfectants can kill or inactivate nearly all viruses, bacteria, and microorganisms. Among the most powerful disinfectants is ozone.
Ozonation is beneficial for disinfecting both air and surfaces that are difficult to reach. When ozone is mixed with the air in the room, it is already gaseous, and this allows it to quickly break down and inactivate microorganisms, viruses, and bacteria in the air and on surfaces, even those that are difficult to reach.
Dosage has an impact on how fast a disinfection is achieved (degree of killing/deactivation) and on the effectiveness of the disinfection. Exposure time and ozone concentration determine the dose. Viral and bacterial agents come in a wide variety of types. Disinfectants are not as effective against all of them. Increased ozone concentration reduces the treatment time and increases virus killing.
Ozone exposure limits are generally regulated by local laws and authorities and are generally 0.1ppm for people at work. Since the concentration of ozone exceeds 0.1 ppm, you should not enter rooms that have been treated with ozone. It is also important to ventilate the room afterward to remove any excess ozone. You can open the windows, or if it’s not possible, using the ventilation for a half hour will be better.
In the air and on surfaces, ozone quickly degrades and inactivates dangerous viruses and bacteria, even those which are normally hard to reach.
A room must be enclosed around the treated surfaces/air. In addition to hospitals and health care facilities, viruses and bacteria can be remedied on buses, taxis, trains, schools, ambulances, and restaurants.
Bacteria & Pathogens Reduction
In addition to disinfecting surfaces effectively, ozone is also able to reduce a variety of microorganisms that are present on them such as bacteria, fungi, and viruses.
As compared to chlorine, which is absorbed into the cell protoplasm and inactivates the enzymes, this method is more efficient. Because Ozone is a natural component, it is also safer, since it reduces the contact with chemicals because it is a single natural component.
Ozone is formed by the combination of oxygen molecules that are broken apart by Corona Discharge. It forms a weak bond with the third oxygen atom and is easily loosened.
Toxins induced by bacteria, viruses, fungi, parasites, biofilms, chemicals and inflammation have positive charges (+). By combining with organic compounds and inorganic compounds, oxygen atoms will oxidize the substances once they come into contact with ozone. Ozone will destroy contaminants when the weak bond of the oxygen triatom is broken.
Ozone does not leave any residuals in the air as it is a 100% natural process that reacts only with oxygen molecules in the air.
Even at low doses, ozone is highly antibacterial. In addition to Enterobacteriaceae (Escherichia coli, Salmonella, Enterobacter, Shigella, Klebsiella, Serratia, and Proteus) there are also some other ozone-sensitive bacteria. These bacteria are especially sensitive to Ozone’s oxidative power because of their cell structures, which are extremely vulnerable to bacterial oxidative damage.
Thus, we can conclude that Ozone is the best option for reducing bacteria in the body, mouth, stomach, as well as on the skin, which can be reduced by using ozonated water on a regular basis, or even by using it on surfaces like countertops. Always use natural components that are free from residuals and irritation hazards.
Benefits Of Ozone Generator
- Ozone kills bacteria and viruses more effectively than chlorine;
- Through oxidation, ozone destroys bacteria, viruses, and fungi of all kinds. Certain stages of fungus growth are inhibited by ozone. Through disruption of the virus-to-cell contact, Ozone damages the reproduction cycle of viruses;
- In low doses, ozone is extremely effective at killing bacteria;
- Ozone increases the effectiveness of antioxidant enzymes;
- White blood cells produce by ozone are crucial for fighting and protecting the body from infections such as viruses, bacteria, fungi, and cancer. Cells without oxygen malfunction and cannot eliminate invaders from the body;
- Ozone sterilizes by eliminating bacteria and viruses, so there is no regrowth of microorganisms after ozonization;
- Due to the generation of ozone on-site, there are less safety issues associated with product shipping, handling, and storing;
- Ozone decomposes rapidly and naturally, so it doesn’t produce harmful residuals that need to be removed.
The amount of ozone and the length of time it takes to produce it depends on how many viruses and bacteria are present in the room. You can do the treatment during the night when the business is closed, and it can last from 20-30 minutes. Several sessions can be performed if necessary.
It is easy to operate our ozone generators and their operating costs are low. In industries, wastewater treatment plants, yeast factories, pharmaceutical industries, breweries, greenhouses, and shopping centers around the world, we provide high-quality systems for air and water purification.
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