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Ozone Potent Bactericidal Decomposition
- Apr 12, 2018 -

Ozone (also known as Sanzi oxygen), molecular formula O3, is an allotrope of oxygen. Ozone is the second most powerful oxidant known to humans, second only to fluorine. Ozone can biochemically oxidize with microorganisms such as bacteria and viruses at a certain concentration. Ozone has high energy, so it is very unstable. Under the normal temperature and pressure, the molecular structure is apt to change, and it quickly decomposes into oxygen (O2) and a single oxygen atom (O). A single oxygen (O) has a strong activity, and has a strong oxidation effect on bacteria, viruses and other microorganisms.

Ozone disinfection belongs to the way of disinfecting with the air-conditioning circulation system in the car. Use a special disinfectant to enter the circulation system to remove the odor in the car and have certain sterilization and sterilization effects, especially for amines, nicotine, and bacteria. Wait. The ozone disinfection method is relatively simple to operate. A hose connected to a special automobile sterilizer is inserted into the compartment to open the vehicle-specific sterilizer. The sterilizer sends high-concentration ozone generated by high-voltage discharge to each corner of the vehicle. It only takes a few minutes. Although the disinfection time is very short, the eradication of germs is more thorough. The fly in the ointment is that after disinfection, there will be a little ozone in the compartment, but since ozone can quickly decompose into colorless and odorless oxygen, the window will open for a while and taste will disappear.