CHARACTERISTICS OF OZONE
After fluorine, ozone is the strongest oxidant found in nature, which is why it is widely used as a powerful disinfectant.
It leaves no residue and, once the disinfection is complete, it turns back into oxygen. It has greater disinfectant properties and reactivity than all the other systems used.
Ozone has been recognised by the Italian Ministry of Health (record No. 24482 of 31 July 1996) as a natural defence for sterilising environments that have been contaminated by bacteria, viruses, spores, etc. or infested with mites, insects, etc.
According to some studies carried out by the University of Pavia in 2004, a 115 m³ room treated with ozonation for 20 minutes will reduce the bacterial load of the air by 63%, and by 46.5% for yeasts and mould.