Ideal solution for Indoor effective air sterilization with Ozon technology.
What is ozone:
Ozone is a chemical compound consisting of three oxygen atom (O3). Ozone is different form of normal atmospheric oxygen (O2) which is loaded very high energy. Thus, the two kinds of structures of the molecule are different from each other as follows:
Sterilization feature of ozone gas
Oxygen (O2) + High Voltage = Ozone (O3)
Ozone gas reacts with bacteria the and convert to oxygen. O3 at room temperature, a colorless gas with a characteristic odor. After stormy weather, the smell of ozone can be noticed in high places or sea shore. The name of ozone come from Greek word ‘’ozein’’ Ozone was discovered German chemist Christian Friedrich Schönbein (1799-1868) in 1840. Ozone concentrations in natural environments is very small. Ozone gas is used a veriety of areas such as everyday life, medicine and industry
because of powerful and very effective disinfectiont and ability to oxidize
The Usage Method of Ozone
Ozone is mainly used in two ways
1.To give ozone gas into the air
2.To dissolve ozone gas in water
The strong electrophilic nature of ozone, provides to react with many organic and organometallic functional groups Ozone is oxidize iron, sulfur, manganese, and hydrogen sulfide . Ozone eleminetes smoke and odor in the air. Ozone is also used to eleminate variety of odor which is created thinner, styrene, varnish, chemical volatiles in industrial environments. The concentration of ozone generated in the air, is disinfect the micro-organisms and remove odors.0.5 to 2 ppm of ozone concentration in a very effective disinfectant (TROVER VS 2004)
Ozone usage in Daily Life
Air cleaning and odor removal in living spaces
Home and commercial food preparation areas (kitchens, restaurants, bakery, pastry, etc.).
Hospitals, airports, hotels, public baths in places such as the air conditioning system,
Air conditioning systems,
Ozone Ozone usage in Industrial Areas
Ozone is oxidize iron, sulfur, manganese, and hydrogen sulfide
VOC (Volatile Organic Components) created odors are removed by ozone
The removing of the sulfur in the air and food
Water disinfection, taste and odor removal, color removal, turbidity removal,
Removal of metals, bacteria and viruses, disinfection, nitric and ammonia removal
Removal of the diseases transmitted by air Bottles and food containers and disinfection in the food industry, cold storage Veterinary, animal husbandry, infection, eliminating In purification of alpha toxin
Ozone usage in Medicine Removal of viruses in human blood, diets, skin diseases, diseases caused by viruses, Circulatory disorders, chronic fatigue, acne, psoriasis, skin diseases such as fungus-resistant, Neurological diseases such as migraine and multiple sclerosis, Infected, badly healing wounds, The prevention of fatal Legionnaires' disease caused by air-conditioning, boilers, cooling towers and humidification systems,
Is ozone Healthy
Ozone usage have many advantages than other disinfection methods. Ozone is not add any additional chemicals,taste and odors in the water. It is not damage hair and textile.Ozone eleminates unhealthy microorganisms, cleans a variety of chemical gases that cause odor in the water and air.
Advantages of Ozone
Ozone is more effective and cheaper than all the known methods, operating costs are very low, less use of natural resources Other advantages are safe, cost-saving, environmentally friendly, no waste remain, natural, does not threaten human health, to be known in international practice standards, easy to use
Safety Parameters of Ozone Concentration
Ozone is an environmentally friendly gas. However, the ozone concentration in case of certain exposure dose on the density, due to the high-oxide has the effect of poisoning. In the United States EPA, OSHA, and ACGIH USDA agencies, the amount of 0.1 ppm for 8 hours of exposure to ozone gas levels that were no affects. badly .
Critical Consantration Density of Ozone: ozone level density of 1-10ppm is defined as 'Critical (influence) Border Point'
Poisoning the Border Point: 10ppm ozone concentration level is defined as ' the Border Point for poisining' . In spite of the application of ozone for more than 100 years, ozone has not been reported cases of poisoning.