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.
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.
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.