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About Bacteria & Viruses

Ozone’s formula was determined in 1865 and its use in industrial processes has increased significantly in recent years. Ozone is an extremely powerful oxidant, yet it does not harm the environment or leave behind toxic by-products.  It is used to for killing microorganisms in air and water sources.  Hospitals around the world use ozone to decontaminate operating rooms between surgeries. The rooms are sealed airtight before being filled with ozone which effectively kills all bacteria.

Other common uses for ozone include:

  • Disinfecting laundry rooms in hospitals and food factories.
  • Killing bacteria on food or contact surfaces
  • Killing yeast and mold spores in food processing plants

Ozone is unsurpassed in its ability to kill mold, bacteria and viruses. It does so without leaving behind any chemical smells or tastes.

OdorStop offers an ideal solution for killing all airborne contaminants. OdorStop eliminates bacteria and viruses from the air and surfaces.