Ozone (O3) is an allotropic form of oxygen and its molecules are made up of three oxygen atoms. Due to the "extra" atom, active oxygen is an extremely reactive molecule responding very selectively to the macromolecular components of bacterial cells, yeasts, protozoa and viruses. The free oxygen atoms or radicals are highly reactive and would oxidize almost anything making ozone an enormously powerful disinfectant and oxidizer.
By saturating indoor spaces, ozone performs an effective disinfection eliminating viruses, bacteria molds and yeasts. Unlike conventional disinfection systems, gas can easily reach all surfaces (even the most hidden ones) providing a powerful and lasting sanitization of the environment.
Studies show that ozone sanitization is more than five times more powerful than any traditional sanitization, almost eliminating any possibility of infection and allergy, as well as eradicating mold, germs, mites and micro-bacterial charges harmful to health. Ozone can be used to quickly and effectively sanitise and disinfect air, water and surfaces.