What is Ozone
Ozone is in the atmosphere operating as a natural disinfectant. It occurs naturally in
the environment and is simply activated oxygen – think of the fresh smell following a
Ozone works as a natural cleaner. When it comes into contact with an odour (a volatile
organic compound) a chemical reaction takes place and the odour oxidises into a
harmless, non-odourous substance.
It is not a masking process – the smells are removed permanently.
Ozone also works as a natural sanitising agent.
It kills all bacteria, pathogens and viruses, including E-Coli and MRSA, and leaves treated
areas hygienically clean.
- Ozone is made up of three atoms of
oxygen, nothing more, nothing less.
The air we breathe contains only two
- Ozone is a naturally occurring
substance formed by elements already
found in nature.
- Ozone is a gas with no color and a
pleasant scent at low levels. It often
reminds people of the smell after a
rainstorm because of the ozone left
behind by the discharge of lightning.
As concentration levels increase, it
becomes more offensive.
- Ozone leaves absolutely no residual
element. It reverts back into oxygen
and carbon dioxide and simply
dissipates into the air with no
lasting harmful side effects and no
- When properly handled and
used following reasonable safety
precautions, Ozone is probably
the safest substance now used in
- Ozone is only about 1/10 as
corrosive as most chemicals on the