Why Ozone

What is Ozone?

Ozone is a form of oxygen (O3) that is highly reactive, giving it the ability to quickly breakdown contaminates.

As one of nature’s most powerful oxidizers, ozone is widely used for water treatment and has been used for disinfecting and sanitation purposes since the early 1900s.

Ozone is recognized as an efficient disinfecting and sanitizing agent by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention as well as by the World Health Organization.


Ozone is one of nature's most powerful oxidizers used for disinfecting and sanitizing high volumes of items quickly.


Ozone disinfects and sanitizes items as effectively as bleach without the harmful discharge, odor, and residue.


Ozone can be used to sanitize non-porous, semi-porous, and porous surfaces such as metals, plastics, and fabrics.

Benefits of Ozone

Ozone is inexpensive to produce and made of just one thing: oxygen

Ozone substantially reduces offensive odors by tackling them at the source

Unlike other sanitizers and disinfectants, such as chlorine bleach, ozone gas does not damage or impact the integrity of the fabric or padding

Unlike harsh liquid sanitizers and disinfectants, ozone gas penetrates padding and fabric where spray sanitizers and disinfectants cannot go

Ozone gas can sanitize and disinfect fabrics and items that are non-washable

Ozone will not damage, discolor, or decrease the life of paper, wood, metal or glass items and most plastics

Ozone leaves no residue behind, requiring no extra wiping or rinsing.