Our company is also a producer of ozonators. These devices are commonly used for air purification, room disinfection and removal of unpleasant odors. The mechanism of action is based on the production of extremely reactive ozone molecules through corona discharges. Thanks to the presence of an efficient fan, ozone is evenly distributed throughout the room.
An additional element supporting the disinfection of the air flowing through the ozonator is the UV-C lamp installed inside the device.
The most common uses of ozonators:
- Room disinfection at home, office, hotel – removes unpleasant odors, bacteria, pathogenic microorganisms, viruses, mold, fungus, allergens, mites
- Ozone treatment of clothing – allows you to get rid of unpleasant odors and bacteria in clothes.
- Disinfection of items : shopping packaging, outerwear (e.g. leather jackets), masks, visors
- Disinfection of refrigerators, wardrobes, air conditioning and domestic and industrial air conditioners
- Food disinfection : fruit, vegetables, etc.
- Air disinfection to eliminate bacteria, viruses, mold and fungus spores, allergens, unpleasant aromas (e.g. cigarette)
- Disinfection of car air conditioning – elimination of mold spores, fungi, unpleasant odors, disinfection of the interior
- Cold room disinfection
- Production – processing
WASP M Series
WASP E Series
WASP Pro Series
Ozone meter SKY2000
Opinions and scientific studies confirming the effectiveness of ozone in the elimination of viruses and bacteria
- Opinion of NIPH-PZH dated April 2, 2020 regarding the disinfection of office rooms by ozonation and the effectiveness of the above method in combating SARS-CoV-2 and issues related to its safety..
- “(…) It has been experimentally demonstrated that the percentage of viruses remaining viable after ozonation in the air chamber decreased exponentially as the ozone concentration in the air increased. Inactivation of 90% of the virus particles occurred at the concentration and contact time product of 0.34–1.98 min-mg / m3, and 99% – respectively at 0.80–4.19 min- mg / m3. “
- Inactivation of surface viruses by gaseous ozone. Tseng C1, Li C.
- “(…) The authors observed that the survival fraction of viruses on surfaces decreased exponentially with increasing ozone dose. Viruses required ozone doses of 20-112 min (mg / m3) (contact time [min] multiplied by ozone concentration [mg / m3) for 90% inactivation and 47-223 min (mg / m3) for 99% inactivation. The ozone dose for 99% inactivation was two times higher than for 90% inactivation. The required ozone concentration at 85% RH was lower than at 55% RH. In summary, ozone should be an effective method for reducing the viral number between 1 and 3 logs on surfaces. “
- Confirmation of the sterilization effect using a high concentration of ozone gas for the bio-clean room. Iwamura T1, Nagano K, Nogami T, Matsuki N, Kosaka N, Shintani H, Katoh M.
- “(…) The authors have developed a revolutionary new sterilization system using a high concentration of ozone gas and used this system to sterilize an actual bio-cleanroom. This system integrates the ozone gas generator with the air conditioning system by proper control. The design specifications for the system included an ozone gas concentration of 200 ppm or more, relative humidity of 80% or more, and a sterilizing time of 120 min. “