As the number of vehicles moving on the path of industrial carbon emissions increases, so does air pollution. Respiratory diseases are on the rise and therefore the need for commercial and domestic air purifiers is growing proportionately.
In a long list of different air purifiers, the ozone clean oxygen generation machine is quite famous. Ozone (O3) contains three oxygen atoms instead of two and is sometimes referred to as active oxygen. Its sterilizing power (second most powerful in the world) makes it the top choice for destroying bacteria, viruses, and odors.
Ozone is generated by the ozone engine and transported to the environment. The third oxygen atom in ozone makes it highly reactive and easily attaches to odor molecules, bacteria, viruses, and other contaminants.
This chemical process changes its chemical structure into compounds that are less smelly and slowly the odor or dirt is destroyed. This process is known as oxidation and once used, ozone is converted back into oxygen.
Ozone generators are used to deodorize, disinfect, destroy or remove harmful or irritating airborne particles in your home or other enclosed space. Another benefit of using ozone as an air purifier is that it doesn't last long and has bad effects. Within 30 minutes of manufacture, ozone returns to safe oxygen.