NATURE'S PURIFIER

Designed by nature, harnessed by ClearZone. 

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What is ozone? 

Ozone (O3) is a highly reactive gas composed of three oxygen atoms. It is both a natural and a man-made product that occurs in the Earth's upper atmosphere ozone molecule (the stratosphere) and lower atmosphere (the troposphere). 

Ozone is a proven method of purification, used for everything from drinking water and food to operating rooms in hospitals. The reactivity of Ozone allows oxygen molecules to readily attach to other molecules, making it highly effective at neutralizing bacteria and viruses. 

Highly effective at neutralizing bacteria and viruses. 

Ozone is 100% natural! No chemicals are used in the release of the ozone gas. 

Ozone is comprised of three molecules of oxygen brought together by corona discharge. In nature, ozone is created when oxygen molecules are ionized during a lightning storm. The air feels lighter and cleaner after these storms because it is! The ozone bi-product purifies air and surfaces.


As a natural compound, no chemicals are used during ozonation processes or cleaning and since ozone has a half-life of roughly 20 minutes, rooms are left sanitized and return to their normal state with no pollution created in a matter of minutes.

Ozone can penetrate even the smallest or most forgotten areas in your space, killing bacteria and viruses that might otherwise go untouched.

THE BIGGER THE BETTER 

ClearZone uses larger, custom-built 32,000 mg/h generators and closely monitors ppm levels for an optimal and affordable outcome. 

When considering an ozone treatment, be sure to know the size of the generator being used, what ppm level will be reached and for how long and the method for measuring the ppm level. This way, you can ensure you are receiving effective treatment.

The National Ozone Association recommends using generators larger than 10,000 mg/h with a preferred size of 32,000 mg/h. This will help to...

Reach a bacteria-and-virus-killing level, a room must reach and sustain minimum parts per million (ppm) count of 4 ppms, with the possibility of climbing up to 10 ppms. 

Avoid the "blue haze" or lingering saturation in a room when a smaller generator is run for a longer period.


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