What is Ozone
Ozone (O3) is an unstable and highly reactive form of oxygen due to its extra oxygen molecule. It naturally tends to seek its normal, stable state, and in the process works extremely quickly destroy microorganisms and disinfect food products and surfaces that may otherwise lead to food poisoning and illnesses.
Singlet Oxygen (O) + Oxygen (O2) = Ozone (O3)
Ozone (O3) + Bacteria, odor, pesticides = Oxygen (O2)
Benefits of Ozone
Ozone readily decomposes into oxygen and leaves no harmful residues, by-products, tastes, or odors, and thus does not require a final rinse. It is US FDA approved for direct food contact and is the most effective and safest disinfectant available.
Ozone’s bactericidal action prevents superbugs from developing by destroying the drug resistant genes
Ozone and Food Safety
Modern disinfectants contain toxic components such as chlorine, acids, or other biocides that alter the natural taste of fresh foods. These chemicals also leave residues in the food and can potentially accumulate to affect the long term health. Ozone, on the other hand, provides greater disinfection and decomposes chemicals and pesticides. It is natural, rinse-free, and residue-free and can help maintain the fresh taste of food.
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High Purity Without NOx or Safety Hazards
Biotek Ozone’s indirect electrolytic ozone generator applies advanced electrolysis technology, producing high purity ozone from municipal tap water.
Since 1988, Biotek Ozone had started leading traditional Corona Discharged ozone technology, especially in the small and medium size ozone application industry. After, realizing the many disadvantages of Corona Discharge systems, Biotek UK was established in 1995 to research and develop the technology of indirect electrolytic ozone generation(EOG).
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