How Ozone Disinfection Works

1. The oxygen we breathe (O2) is separated by energy creating two single oxygen atoms (O1).

2. These single atoms(O1) then attach to an oxygen molecule (O2) making ozone (O3).

3. Ozone then attaches itself to germs, bacteria, and viruses, breaking apart their cell walls and destroying them completely.

Everything we do is driven by science.

Sustainable Sanitization for Workspaces Must Be Better Than Methods of the Past

Disinfecting solutions must be healthy, safe and more effective at killing germs in the air and on surfaces. Ozone has been scientifically proven to kill viruses and bacteria such as E-Coli, SARS, Staph Infections, H2N2, MSRA, Yellow Fever, MSV, HSV, Polio, Coronaviruses and more. Correct application of eco-friendly, sustainable Ozone, in the right way, has significant positive health and safety effects. In The ClearZone is leading in eco-friendly, user-friendly disinfecting and sustainable sanitization solutions.

Get Clear Science Certified and Destroy Bacteria and Viruses

Ozone has a long history of destroying bacteria, viruses and other unwanted germs. Since ozone is oxygen, it can go anywhere that oxygen can go, leaving nothing behind and removing human error. When you use In The ClearZone products and implement our training, you will be Clear Science Certified. You will be demonstrating how seriously you take the health and safety of your clients, guests and employees.

More On Ozone

Ozone is a molecule composed of three oxygen atoms, making it a highly powerful oxidant. These three atoms will attach to the wall of a germ altering its chemical structure and destroying it. After ozone is used, it naturally reverts back to oxygen, making ozone an environmentally friendly oxidant. Ozone is currently being used in multiple environments to disinfect produce, water, hotels and other workspaces.

Under the Microscope

Ozone destroys cells at a microscopic scale reaching even the smallest particles. As a science-based company, we work with top laboratories to privately test our products and proprietary process to meet federal and international standards. We will focus on science and safety so you can focus on your business.

Ozonated Water

Not only is ozone used in gas form, but it is also commonly used in a liquid form to kill bacteria and viruses in water. Think of your favourite bottled water brand, before that water reached you, it is very likely that it went through an ozone treatment. Ozone is also regularly used to clean fresh produce in grocery stores, to preserve fresh produce through ozonated ice, in hot tubs and pools, and dentistry.

The Ozone Difference

Unlike ozone, disinfecting sprays and fogging systems are not proven to kill viruses or bacteria on soft surfaces like carpets, drapes, beds and couches. They also leave behind chemical residue that can be harmful and endanger clients and staff. It has also been demonstrated that one molecule of ozone has the oxidizing power of more than 3000 molecules of chlorine. Ozone is a safer and more powerful disinfectant.

Sustainable Sanitization for Workspaces

We have been working closely with a laboratory to test, retest, refine and perfect what is now our AirBender product; the best disinfecting solution on the market for hotels, airlines, restaurants and more today. The AirBender goes where other disinfecting solutions don’t, does not leave harmful residue behind and positively impacts the company bottom-line in the long run. Knowing that our solution is backed by data and support from some of Canada’s foremost scientists makes us even more proud to be leading this movement of all-natural, eco-friendly disinfecting solutions for the hospitality and other industries.

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Everything we do is driven by science.
Use of Gaseous Ozone for Eradication of Methicillin‐Resistant Staphylococcus aureus From the Home Environment of a Colonized Hospital Employee
– Cambridge University Press
This report describes the successful use of gaseous ozone to eradicate MRSA (Methicillin‐Resistant Staphylococcus aureus) in the home environment.
Application of a novel decontamination process using gaseous ozone
– NRC Research Press
This paper states that, “Gaseous ozone at relatively high concentrations (25 ppm) has also been used to inactivate norovirus and bacteria in office and hotel room environments with the ozone being removed using a scrubber system (Hudson et al. 2007; Sharma and Hudson 2008).”
Development of a Practical Method of Using Ozone Gas as a Virus Decontaminating Agent
– Ozone Science and Engineering
This paper demonstrates that all 12 viruses tested, on different hard and porous surfaces, could be inactivated in the laboratory and in simulated field trials.
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