Ozonized water as an alternative to alcohol-based hand disinfection

Ozone gas (O3) was probably first detected by a Dutch chemist (van Marum), but the first systematic studies were done by Christian Friedrich Schönbein in around 1840. He noted the characteristic smell around an electrifier and named the gas based on the Greek word “ozein” (scent). Ozone is produced from electric generators when an electrical discharge (a spark) splits an oxygen molecule into two oxygen atoms, and then the unstable ozone molecule is formed according to the reaction O + O2 → O3. According to the balanced equation 2O3 ⇋ 3O2, where ozone quickly decomposes into O2 (t½ = 20–30 min), requires that it must be produced in the location where it is used. When it decomposes, O3 acts as an oxidant with release of free radicals. Being an oxidant, ozone has antimicrobial properties against bacteria, viruses and protozoa, and it was first used for general disinfection of water. Later, ozone was used in food hygiene, fish farming, air purification, hot tubes, and in some areas of medicine, especially dentistry.

Hand hygiene plays a vital role in the prevention of transmission of microorganisms. Ozone (O3) is a highly reactive gas with a broad spectrum of antimicrobial effects on bacteria, viruses and protozoa. It can easily be produced locally in small generators, and dissolved in tap water, and quickly transmits into ordinary O2 in the surrounding air.

Based on this principle, our company recently developed a portable electronic sterilizer. The feature of this new design are as below:

1、Spray wherever you want–for your hands、your belongings (like your mobile phone,watch and accessories) for your skin care, for your pets、for your babies, and for fruit and vegetable detoxification.

2、Protect you wherever and whenever you are–suitable for a variety of scenarios. At school preschool, at hospital, at office public, at household, and at party.

3、Small size easy to take, and simple operate.

We think this item is perfect for personal care during the current epidemic. Do you think so? If you are interested, please feel free to contact with us, we will give you a detailed introduction.

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Post time: Sep-22-2021