Ozone is a powerful and ecological disinfectant and deodorant able to:


Eliminate odors and volatile organic compounds (VOCs)


Oxidize carbon monoxide, sulfuric acid, thiols, ammonia, amines, and black carbon


Eliminate bacteria, mold and fungus


Eliminate any type of odor. Note: Ozone doesn’t mask odors. It literally eliminates them by breaking down the odor-causing compounds into reduced substances that lose their odor and toxicity


Reduce the environmental impact of atmospheric emissions

One of the most interesting characteristics of ozone is its marked antiseptic and deodorant properties due to the fact that it is a powerful oxidant. This enables it to easily destroy the cell walls of bacteria suspended in the air or on the surfaces of objects and to break down the organic molecules polluting the air.

Using ozone in a particular environment, we can eliminate dangerous parasites and other pests, such as mites, fleas, ticks, lice, moths, roaches, mosquitos, etc. Because it is heavier than air, it penetrates easily into crevasses and tunnels where insects and rodents nest, making the environment inhospitable for them.

Ozone also significantly reduces odors, because the molecules of ozone bind quickly to organic and inorganic substances, thereby oxidizing them and eradicating the cause of the odors.


Ozone and the environment


Ozone and water