Frequently Asked Questions

Ozone is one of the most powerful disinfectants available. It is 50 times more effective at disinfection than the most popular disinfectant – chlorine, and as a gas it can penetrate all areas within a room, including crevices, fixtures, fabrics, and the undersurfaces of furniture, much more efficiently than manually applied liquid sprays and aerosols.

Benefits:

  • Ozone is a naturally occurring gas. It is environmentally friendly, and safe when used properly and according to EPA Standards. USDA/NIH classify it is an Organic and Green disinfectant.
  • Ozone leaves no harmful residuals that need to be removed after treatment. Ozone has a half-life of 15 minutes. It naturally decomposes into oxygen.
  • Ozone destroys pathogens, odors and VOCs (Volatile Organic Compounds like Formaldehyde). It does not mask odors as deodorizers and air fresheners do, but rather eliminates them.
  • The room must be vacated during the process and usually takes 2 to 3 hours to ventilate/aerate the area. Afterward, one can return to an odor-free, ultra-fresh disinfected environment.

This is a great way to augment your current disinfecting/cleaning protocol. Since Ozone is a gas, it will reach places that are otherwise hard to reach or missed by manual processes. Supplemental treatment may also be required between treatments in case of high risk event and Shock Ozone Treatment not possible due to timing.

This is a great way to augment your current disinfecting/cleaning protocol. Since Ozone is a gas, it will reach places that are otherwise hard to reach or missed by manual processes. Supplemental treatment may also be required between treatments in case of high risk event and Shock Ozone Treatment not possible due to timing.