Ozone generators are perfect for various sterilisation and disinfection applications.
The IGS Ozone Product Range are professional products from an ozone and plasma generator manufacturer that specialises in R&D, design, manufacturing and processing of ozone/anion products. Due to rich experience in the manufacturing of these patented products IGS can safely offer these to you. If what is offered in this range is not suited to need, we can design and manufacture products to suit.
The Ozone Product Range are All-In-One products. The equipment uses oxygen as the gas source to produce ozone. The equipment includes an oxygen concentrator inside the stainless steel housing. The internal oxygen concentrator inside the unit uses the pressure swing absorption principle, which can separate oxygen from nitrogen and other gas from the air, at constant temperature, as soon as power is connected. The oxygen outlet meets medical use standards and can be separated from air constantly. Oxygen is generated by a pure physical method. The key parts of the concentrator are designed for long life, and the planned life of the whole concentrator reaches up to 20,000 hours. There is no influence on indoor oxygen level, whilst the oxygen concentrator is operating.
Ozone has proven to be highly effective in killing bacteria, fungi, and moulds and inactivating viruses both on the surfaces and suspended in the air. Ozone is proven to be effective also for the inactivation of the coronavirus. Ozone sterilization is commonly used in many hospitals to sanitise equipment and significantly reduce or eliminate the spread of bacteria. Recently, it was reported that ozone treatment can be also a widely accessible and effective method for the disinfection of personal protective equipment(PPE) for both healthcare workers and patients for safe re-use in times of shortage. As SARS-CoV-1 is also a member of the Coronavirus family, it is highly likely that ozone sterilization would be effective at killing SARS-CoV-2, the Coronavirus which causes the COVID-19 disease. Ozone destroys this type of virus by breaking through the outer shell into the core, resulting in damage to the viral RNA. Ozone can also damage the outer shell of the virus in a process called oxidation. Put simply, exposing Coronaviruses to sufficient ozone dose (ppm x time) can result in them being 99% damaged or destroyed. Tests conclude ozone can kill coronavirus. However, breathing small amounts of ozone can be harmful. At higher concentrations you can smell ozone, but it becomes harmful even at lower doses. For that reason, many countries have set an 8-hour exposure limit of 70 ppb (parts per billion) ozone. In the EU the limit is set even lower. Ozone is one of six common pollutants limited by the United States Environmental Protection Agency and other country’s Environmental regulators. Exposure to ozone in the workplace is controlled by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration and their counterparts around the world.