Liquid Ozone

Ozone is a naturally occurring molecule which is present in our air. It is originated when sunshine or lightning passes through the oxygen in our air, so is not normally man-made or originated in a lab in any way. Municipal treatment plants for town water systems utilize ozone extensively in the sanitization of drinking water. Ozone is also widely used in the disinfection of bottled water products as it is the preferred method for removing hazardous water borne diseases such as Giardia lamblia and Cryptosporidium.

Ozone is one of the most effectual sanitation and disinfection aids available, that could surpass even exceptionally toxic antiseptic solvents. In tests to measure genuine disinfection characteristics, ozone has proven to be as much as 10 times as effective in purifying surfaces as common household bleach solutions.

The speed at which ozone sterilizes is even more surprising: Laboratory examinations have shown that exposures to ozone will inactivate bacteria three times quicker than when bacteria are exposed to household bleach.

Ozone is a regular molecule of conventional water which contains an extra atom of oxygen. Liquid ozone is generated through a special and absorbing procedure whereby oxygen (O2) atoms are purified directly from the encircling air. The focused oxygen is then ionized by the use of about five thousand volts of electric current. This charge acts to violate the molecular ties amidst the oxygen atoms to pressure them to transmute into ozone (O3). This ozone is then forcefully instilled with ordinary faucet water and this procedure creates an exceptionally effective oxidizing cleanser solution.