Ozone effects

Ozone treatments is a very effective and ecological method of room disinfection, which among other things removes unpleasant odors, viruses, bacteria.

For most of us, the ozone is mainly associated with the ozone hole or the effect of fresh air after a storm, with a characteristic odor. Still, it is worth knowing that it is also used for disinfecting different types of usage areas, hotels, houses, offices, etc. It is one of the strongest and most effective disinfectants, more effective than conventional disinfectants. These properties have been known for many years, but have only recently been introduced for regular use in industry and economy.
The effect of ozone actually consists of rapid oxidation. The ozone encounters various pollutants in the air and chemically reacts with them, causing oxidation. The third oxygen atom in its molecule makes ozone very reactive (chemically active). It reacts very easily with polluting molecules such as odors, bacteria, viruses, mites, allergens or fungi. It breaks them down into less complex and usually less harmful particles. The remaining ozone automatically decomposes back to oxygen, which makes it very environmentally friendly.
Cleaning rooms with ozone is much more effective than traditionally with chemicals. In gas form it namely reaches the most inaccessible places that cannot be disinfected in any other way.