Ozone is a high energy and very unstable molecule composed  of  three oxygen atoms (O3). The extra atom of  oxygen attempts to recombine any things in its path in order to stabilize. When it comes in contact with contaminants such as Bacteria, Virus, or Organic Waste Materials Ozone acts as an oxidizer. Ozone is the strongest oxidizer commercially available.

How Ozone is Produce ?  Ozone is produce from lightning bolts during an electric storm. The electric discharge disassociates the oxygen molecule in the air. The fresh smell that is present after a thunderstorm is a proof that mother nature is purifying the air. Ultraviolet rays from the sun reacts with oxygen in our atmosphere to form our protective ozone layer. Aquazone duplicated these process using charged electrodes. When the air we breath which contains 21% oxygen, is passed thorough the ozonator , the oxygen in air is converted to ozone.

How does ozone works ? Because ozone is a high energy molecule, as soon as it comes in contact with organic matter the third oxygen atom detaches itself and combines with the contaminants in an oxidization reaction.

Ozone is used for air & water purification for the following reasons :

90bbdm4b.gif (881 bytes)  For eliminating all known types of Bacteria & Virus from water and air.
90bbdm4b.gif (881 bytes)  For removing the odour from water and air.
90bbdm4b.gif (881 bytes)  For removing the colour from water.
90bbdm4b.gif (881 bytes)  It improves the taste of the water.
90bbdm4b.gif (881 bytes)  Gives the water a sparkling appearance.
90bbdm4b.gif (881 bytes)  Removes Chlorine odors and its by products from the water.
90bbdm4b.gif (881 bytes)  For increasing the shelf life of the bottled water.
90bbdm4b.gif (881 bytes)  For oxidizing residual organics present in the water.
90bbdm4b.gif (881 bytes)  For reducing TOC from the water.
90bbdm4b.gif (881 bytes)  For reducing COD & BOD from the water
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