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Ozone Air Sterilization Systems


Why environmental disinfection is necessary?

The quality of air of a medical area, food processing unit, dairy or a bakery is of prime importance. The environment, where the food product is processed and packed, affects the quality of finished product. Air in the production and packing area is kept free from any pathogenic and spoilage micro-organisms for the improved quality of product in respect of preserving freshness and shelf life.

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How sterilization and deodorization takes place by ozone?

Ozone is the most efficient, natural, broad-spectrum microbiological control substance and very reactive sterilization agent. It destroys any bacteria, viruses, cysts and pathogens in a very short duration when it comes into contact with air. Ozone is produced by an Ozone Generator and diffused into the environment through a network of diffusers. The injected Ozone gets mixed with the total air and provides an effective deodorization. If an Air Handling System exists, it is better to inject Ozone at the inlet of AHU. The injected Ozone gets mixed with the total air stream and provides a uniform distribution and effective deodorization.

Advantages of Ozone Sterilization / Deodorization
  • Faster Sterilization / Deodorization
  • No requirement of Chemicals
  • Higher availability of Hotel and Hospital rooms
  • Improved Shelf Life of Products
  • Higher Preservation Duration
Special features of Air Sterilizers
  • New Advanced Microprocessor based Ozone Air Purifier
  • Membrane touch pads operation to Operate the machine
  • Ozone Output % Indication
  • Eliminates / Retards bacterial contamination
  • Ozone output can be controlled
  • Automatic Ozone concentration control (Optional)
  • Consumes very little power
  • Very long life of equipment
  • Portable units of different sizes
  • Restaurant dining hall
  • Laundry room
  • Bathroom
  • Closet
  • Office room
  • Workplace room
  • Hotel room
  • Hospital room
  • Salon
  • Public washroom
Ozone concentration required to be maintained for
Air Disinfection 0.02 to 0.04 ppm
Air Deodorization 0.03 to 0.06 ppm
Air Sterilization 0.05 to 0.08 ppm
Surgical instruments Sterilization 0.06 to 0.05 ppm
Cold storage preservation 0.03 to 0.05 ppm


Ozone air sterilization systems generate ozone gas, typically through corona discharge or ultraviolet light. The ozone is then released into the air where it reacts with contaminants, breaking down their molecular structures and rendering them harmless.

Ozone air sterilization systems can effectively eliminate airborne pathogens, allergens, and odors, improving indoor air quality. They are often used in settings where cleanliness and sanitation are crucial, such as hospitals, food processing facilities, and laboratories.

While ozone is an effective disinfectant, high concentrations of ozone can be harmful to humans and animals. It's essential to use ozone air sterilization systems with caution and follow safety guidelines to prevent overexposure and potential health risks.

Safety precautions include ensuring proper ventilation, limiting human and animal exposure during operation, and following manufacturer guidelines for installation and maintenance. Some systems are equipped with sensors and controls to monitor ozone levels and adjust output accordingly.

While ozone air sterilization systems are effective against many airborne pathogens and allergens, they may not eliminate all contaminants. Some systems incorporate additional air purification technologies such as filters and UV-C light to enhance their effectiveness.

Ozone air sterilization systems can be used in residential settings, but it's essential for homeowners to understand the potential risks and benefits. Proper installation, operation, and maintenance are crucial to ensure safety and effectiveness.

The time required for ozone to sterilize the air depends on factors such as the size of the space, the concentration of ozone generated, and the level of contamination. In general, ozone air sterilization can take anywhere from a few minutes to several hours to achieve desired results.

Regulations and guidelines for ozone air sterilization systems vary by region and jurisdiction. It's essential to research local regulations and consult with experts or professionals in indoor air quality to ensure compliance and safety.

Yes, ozone air sterilization systems can be used in conjunction with other air purification methods such as HEPA filters, activated carbon filters, and UV-C light to achieve comprehensive air purification and sanitation. However, it's essential to ensure compatibility and proper integration of these technologies.

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