Prozone is a company that focuses on the disinfection of spaces. We specialize in nonselective oxidation with ozone, which is a general biocide. Our product is the only chemical biocide that is completely environmentally friendly (both in terms of production and in terms of residues or by-products). Prozone’s expert council consists of experts in physics, chemistry, and biochemistry. Our products are made to the highest standards and current best practices. The guiding principle of our business is based on creating value for our customers. At the forefront of our values is the safety of people and care for the environment.
Ozon je molekula, ki jo gradijo trije atomi kisika.
Je eden najmočnejših oksidantov na svetu in tako posebej nevaren manjšim organizmom kot so virusi in bakterije, ki so dosti bolj “občutljivi”. Tako ozon najhitreje uniči mikrobe in organske molekule (vonjave, plini).
Yes. Ozone indiscriminately destroys all viruses by oxidizing their building blocks (membranes, capsids, genetic material).
It can if we do not follow the instructions. Humans (and pets) should not be exposed to the concentration of ozone used in the ozone disinfection process.
The answer is yes. Some plants are more harmed by ozone than others. It is a question of concentration and time of exposure, but we cannot give you any assurances according to the type of plant. So please remove plants before ozonating.
Most plastics, paints, wood, leather, metals, etc. materials are not affected by ozone in the concentrations/exposure times of our process. Some materials do not tolerate ozone very well. These materials are natural rubber, nitrile rubber, nylon, LDPE.
Yes. The only weak point is the power cables of these devices, which are made of LDPE, which has a medium ozone resistance. Cables will fade over the years if they are not coated with adequate protection (eg wax coating).
The answer is no. Any oxidant or biocide is an aggressive chemical or physical agent that has a destructive effect on other materials. We call this effect: accelerated aging. However, the rate of aging depends on the agent and its effect on different materials. The most dangerous for plastics are UV light and chlorinated disinfectants and alcohol. These chemicals are also harmful to wooden surfaces and coatings.
Hotel rooms, apartments, meeting rooms, restaurants, sailing boats, yachts, cars, buses…
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