Utilizing electrolytic technology, the ozone sterilizer is used for making gas ozone and is sold as air cleaner for commercial and residential applications. Specifically, they are advertised to deodorize, disinfect, kill or remove dangerous or irritating airborne particles in indoor environments.
Ozone is the powerful oxidative agent. With its extra free radical oxygen molecule, ozone destroys germs, viruses, and microbes that cause surface or air contamination.
During the sterilization and oxidation process, excess oxygen (O) is combined with oxygen molecules to avoid residual and secondary pollution. This increases the oxygen concentration indoors, promotes human cell activation, and improves both blood circulation and metabolism.
Ozone disinfection requires no auxiliary materials as ozone evenly spreads within an enclosed environment with no dead angles, unlike ultraviolet sterilization. This ensures a quick, efficient disinfection in all directions. In addition, ozone disinfection is used for disinfection of an extensive array of contaminants and viruses, including hepatitis A and B virus, fungi, protozoa, mold, HIV, coronavirus, botulinum and toxins, and rickettsia. In addition, it will effectively remove organic odors such as mildew, fishy smells and other odors.