What Is Ozone and What Is It Used For?
Ozone (O3), AKA “Activated Oxygen” is a gas molecule with 3 oxygen atoms making it a powerful oxidant that can be used to destroy odors, bacteria, and viruses.
How Does Ozone Work?
The third oxygen atom of ozone makes it highly reactive when it encounters other substances. This “extra” atom easily attaches itself to other molecules converting them into something else. This process is called oxidation. Once Ozone has done its job, it converts into simple (O2) Oxygen making it a great environmentally friendly option for sanitation and odor removal.