What is ozone and what is it for?
Ozone (03) is a molecule made up of three oxygen atoms.
In the natural state, ozone is a somewhat bluish gas with a pleasant odor.
Although ozone molecules are found in the air, they do not disinfect. To achieve this function we need ozone generators, also known as ozonators. These instruments convert oxygen into ozone and diffuse them into the air.
Ozone is attracted to germs, dirt and bacteria, eliminating all contaminating agents when it comes into contact with them and becoming pure OXYGEN again.
We must not forget that ozone is the MOST natural disinfectant, 3000 times more effective than chlorine and 7000 times more effective than bleach. Furthermore, it reacts faster than chemical agents like chlorine because its dissociation is not necessary before it acquires disinfecting power.
Ozone disinfection protocol
Vehicle reception by our staff
Disinfection by ozone using a professional machine (20 minutes).
Closed vehicle for full ozone effectiveness (20 minutes)
Cleaning with soapy solution and hydrolyzed alcohol all parts of the car that can be touched by hands and that may pose a risk of contagion.
Delivery of the disinfection and sanitation certificate with the description of the work carried out, date and official seal.
Delivery of the vehicle to the owner / driver
Disinfecting effects of ozone
Bactericidal effect. Some bacteria, such as those that cause botulism, paralyze their growth when weather conditions are adverse. That is, they remain dormant, but if something changes, such as the temperature or the amount of oxygen in the environment, these bacteria proliferate again. Ozone acts against each of them and exterminates them. In addition, it slows their growth and prevents them from reappearing.
Virulicidal effect. Viruses like coronavirus, influenza virus, or measles need to settle in cells like humans in order to exist. The ozone molecules act on viruses, preventing them from becoming our parasites and therefore dying.
Fungicidal effect. Ozone is capable of killing fungi and the spores through which they reproduce. In addition to exterminating the fungal colonies already existing on some surface, with ozonation every spore left in the air is eliminated.