Your weapon in the fight against infectious disease

A message regarding COVID-19 and Zono Ozone Cabinets:

The global Covid-19 pandemic has brought health and sanitization to the forefront of the world’s minds. Many have asked if the Zono kills the Novel Coronavirus COVID-19:

The ZONO kills 99.99% (disinfecting level) of Norovirus+, widely known as one of the hardest types of viruses to kill. However, under EPA regulations, ZONO cannot say it kills COVID-19 until it is able to test with the virus.

Under the EPA’s Emerging Virus Protocol, liquid disinfectants that kill Norovirus, such as bleach, are able to say that the liquid disinfectant kills COVID-19 without testing the product with the Novel Coronavirus. The EPA’s Emerging Virus Protocol does not apply to pest control devices like the ZONO, even if the device kills viruses at the same rate as liquid disinfectants.

This message will be updated when the ZONO has been tested with the Novel Coronavirus.

The ZONO is the centerpiece to a comprehensive disinfecting+ and sanitizing* program. The ZONO safely sanitizes* the following items:

  • Writing Utensils, Art Supplies, Toys 
  • Books, Papers, Magazines, Mail
  • Laptops, Radios, other electronics
  • Sports equipment, bags, and clothes
  • Body armor, tactical gear, boots
  • … and more
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COVID-19 FINANCING OPTIONS

Proceeds from any of the following loans may be used toward the purchase of your new ZONO Ozone Cabinet

The Provider Relief Funds supports American families, workers, and the heroic healthcare providers in the battle against the COVID-19 outbreak.

This loan provides economic relief to small businesses and non-profit organizations that are currently experiencing a temporary loss of revenue.

This CARES Act provides payments to State, Local, and Tribal governments navigating the impact of the COVID-19 outbreak.

An SBA loan that helps businesses keep their workforce employed during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis.