O3 Technology/oxidation

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Ozone (O3) is commonly used as an "activated oxygen". It contains a 3rd oxygen atom unlike the air we breathe in which has 2 oxygen atoms. Ozone has the second most efficient sterilization effect therefore it`s widely and effectively used against bacteria, viruses and permanent removal processes of undesired smells. Ozone can be found in Mother Nature and is often produced when lightening occurs. The result is the after storm "fresh rain smell" which can be often noticed.We most often hear about the ozone layer around the earth because this is the layer that gives us the needed shelter from the sun`s dangerous ultra

HOW DOES THE OZONE EFFECT WORK?

The ozone gaseffect is powerful but short. When viruses, bacteria and odor particles come in contact with the ozone atom, they will be totally destroyed (oxidized) in the process. The life of the produced ozone atom is short - approximately 20-25 minutes, after that, nothing will remain of it, no odors, bacteria or extra atoms – only oxygen. The produced ozone atom will reconvert to oxygen.

When ozone is in use, we do not need any chemicals, nor require any human help or supervision. The ozone simply leaves the pleasant "after rain smell"!

OZONE OR CONVENTIONAL CAR INTERIOR CLEANING?

All car interiors need to be cleaned periodically. Unfortunately the air quality particularly in large cities deteriorate which demands an increased awareness for our health. Taking this into consideration, particularly long trips in our car which could be a new source of danger for our well being. Various international research studies proved that inside of every car's interior, there are large amounts of illness causing viruses, bacteria, germs and mold. Their origins can be divided into two groups:

1, Viruses and bacteria settled in from the outside air which can cause strong asthma and allergy attacks.

2, Mold, germs and bacteria from leftover food consumed in cars. These can be particularly dangerous for children and persons with low immune levels and can cause infection type sicknesses.

The removal (not covering it up by scents) of undesired smells and odors in cars can be also quite challenging. Using the Mobilsept™ HCG Robot you can be rest assured that all disturbing odors will be removed once the process has been completed.
During the treatment, the ozone is produced in the form of gas. The special benefit of the Mobilsept units is the full distribution of the produced ozone which will not miss any spots in the Cabin - Heating -A/C – Ventilation system and surfaces. After 27 minutes, all passengers, even those with allergies will enjoy the pristine hygiene condition and their ride after the sanitization and odor treatment.








Research

1. OUR CARS PRESENT AN IDEAL ENVIRONMENT FOR BACTERIA. ASTON UNIVERSITY, U.K. 2013/07/20

2. Surface germicidal effects of ozone for microorganisms AIHA J (Fairfax, Va).USA 2003 july -august

3. Car indoor air pollution - analysis of potential sources Daniel Müller* Institute of Occupational, Social and Environmental Medicine, Goethe-University, Frankfurt, Germany 2011 december

4. Don't Drive and Breathe Pollutants Lurk Inside Vehicles BOB WEINHOLD /ehpnet1.niehs.nih.gov/docs/2001/109-9/focus.html 24oct03

































Oxidation

Bacteria are microscopically small, single-cell creatures having a primitive structure. The bacteria body is sealed by a relatively solid-cell membrane. Ozone interact with the metabolism of bacterium-cells, by inhibiting and blocking the normal conditions of the enzymatic control structure. The proper dosage of ozone will destroy the cell membrane, which result to the destruction of the bacteria.

Viruses are tiny, independent particles, assembled of crystals and macromolecules, Differently from bacteria, they multiply only within the host cell. In this process changing protein of the host cell into proteins of their own. Ozone kills viruses by dispersing through the protein coat into the nucleic acid core, resulting in damage of the viral RNA. The increased dosage, ozone destroys the capsid, or exterior protein shell by oxidation so DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid), or RNA (ribonucleic acid) structures of the microorganism are affected.

The efficacy of ozone below the critical concentration value is little or zero. Above this level all pathogens are will be destroyed. The list below is an all-or-none response and the critical level of the "threshold value"

1-mg/l = 1-PPM

The efficacy of ozone below the critical concentration value is little or zero. Above this level all pathogens are will be destroyed. The list above is an all-or-none response and the vital level of the "threshold value". The following Fungi families inhibited and destroyed by exposure to ozone:

  1. Candida albicans
  2. Candida
  3. parapsilosis
  4. Candida aspergillus
  5. Clostridium chauvoei
  6. Clostridium tetani
  7. Tricophyton verrucosum
  8. Aspergillus flavus

Some of the fungi can be illness causing, many others can cause undesirable changes in food products (mill dew, stale condition) which prohibits it's consummation.

The destruction of these are highly recommended.

Protozoan organisms disrupted by ozone include Giardia, Cryptosporidium, and free-living amoebas, namely Acanthamoeba, Hartmonella, and Negleria


Ozone is one of the most active, readily available oxidising agents, which rapidly decomposes to oxygen leaving no traces. Reactions do not produce toxic halogenated compounds.

Ozone acts more rapidly, and more completely than other oxidising agents, reacting swiftly and effectively on most strains of viruses.

Facts

Ozone is a very strong oxidising agent, second only to flourine and has been used for many years in the sterilisation and purification of water in both drinking and waste water treatment plants throughout the world. Ozone has the capability to destroy a wide variety of liquid waste materials and toxins.ok.

Ozone is a more effective broad-spectrum disinfectant than chlorine-based compounds. There are few known bacteria or viruses which are resistant to ozone. This is due to the fact that ozone causes oxidation of the protoplasm. The disinfection rate depends on the type of organism and is affected by ozone concentration, temperature, pH, turbidity, oxidisable substances and the type of contractor employed.