What is Ozone?

Ozone is considered an unstable gas, meaning if cannot exist for more than a very short time, very soon after it is formed, nature forces the third oxygen atom of ozone to break free and oxidize bacteria, viruses and pollutants.

Bacteria, viruses and mould are all destroyed by this process. All that remains after reactions with ozone are the harmless compounds of pure oxygen (O2), carbon dioxide (C02) and hydrogen (H2)

Xetin Ozone generators produce pure ozone of 14000/28000 mg per hour and no nitro oxide these are the levels needed to kill airborne allergens, only high levels of ozone kill mould spores, bacteria, germs & viruses which is a high ozone shock treatment and must be carried out in an unoccupied space of all people and animals.