Air purifier with ozone

How air purifiers work Unlike common air purifiers, which consist of filters that remove particles such as dust and pollen from the air, an air purifier through ozone disinfects the facilities, oxidizing the odors from their origin. Thanks to this, the smell of smoke, the smell of pets and the smell of cooking are eliminated, as well as eradicating…

Ozone in hospital laundries

The use of ozone is useful for disinfecting in very varied cases. As we mentioned some days ago, the laundry is an essential need for any cleaning department, both in large companies and in public institutions, but in the clinics and hospitals the laundry plays even a more important role. Its proper use not only contributes to comfort and…

The use of ozone in water

A common disinfectant in the food processing industry is chlorine. This substance is mixed with water, obtaining chlorinated water to be used as a disinfectant. It has been shown that some microorganisms such as E.coli and Giardia can develop resistance to chlorine over time. This becomes a great inconvenience, because it is a less effective tool than it was expected. Another disadvantage…

The origin of the use of ozone

Since the early 1900s, ozone has been widely used for the disinfection of municipal water supplies, swimming pools, spas, cooling towers, as well as wastewater treatment plants. However, its use for the disinfection of raw materials, irrigation water, as well as in the packaging and storage of food, is more recent. It all happened in 1997 when…

Discover how ozone works

Ozone, also known as O3, is generated in nature as a bluish or colorless gas characterized by the fresh, clean smell in the air that remains after an electrical storm. When oxygen (O2) and electricity interact, ozone is created, and that is why we can smell ozone around photocopiers, electric motors or during arc welding. Natural levels vary…