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Things that Ozone combats

Organic odours and pollutants controlled by Ozone and chemical reactions

Ozone = Trioxygen

Other names 2λ4-trioxidiene; catena-trioxygen

Ozone generators intentionally produce toxic Ozone gas and are used as air cleaners for commercial and residential applications. Specifically, they are advertised to deodorize, disinfect, kill or remove dangerous or irritating airborne and surface biohazard particles in indoor environments.

You can hire our Ozone Generator if you have been a client.

We use this technology for sanitation and disinfecting Superyachts, Private Jets, Cruise Ships, Luxury lodges hotels/motels, workspaces, offices, public places and so on.

Acetaldehyde Acetic Acid Acetic Anhydride Acetone Acetylene Acrolein Acryaldehyde Acrylic Acid Acrylonitrile Adhesives Aged Manuscripts Air Wick Alcohol Alcoholic Beverages Amines Amyl Acetate Amyl Alcohol Amyl Ether Animal Odours Anesthetics Aniline Ashpalt Fumes Automobile Exhaust Bacteria Bathroom Smells Benzene Body Odours Burned Flesh Burning Food Burning Fat Butadiene Butane Butanone Butyl Acetate Butyl Alcohol Butyl Cellosolve Butyl Choloride Butyl Ether Butylene Butyne Butyraldehyde Butyric Acid Camphor Cancer Odour Caprylic Acid Carbolic Acid Carbon Dioxide Carbon Monoxide Carbon Tetrachloride Celloosolve Cellosolve Acetate Charred Materials Cheese Chlorine Chloriobenzene Chlorobutadiene Chloro Nitropropane Chloropicrin Cigarrette Smoke Citrus and Other Fruits Coal Smoke Combustion Odours Cooking Odours Creosote Cresol Crontonaldehyde Cyclohexane Cyclohexanol Cyclohexene Dead Animals Decane Decaying Substances Decomposition Odours Deodorants Dibromethane Dichlorobenzene Dichlorodifluoromethane Dichloroethane Dichloroethylene Dichloroethyl Ether Dichloromonofluoromethane Dichloro-Nitroethane Dichloropropane Dichlorotetrafluoroethane Diesel Fumes Diethyel Amine Diethyel Ketone Dimethylaniline Dixane Dipropyl Ketone Embalming Odours Ethane Ether Ethel AcetateEthel Acrylate Ethel Alcohol Ethel Amine Ethel Benzene Ethyl Bromide Ethyl Chloride Ethyl Ether Ethyl Formate Ethyl Mercaptan Ethyl Silicate Ethylene Ethylene Chlorhydrin Ethylene Dichloride Ethylene Oxide Essential Oils Eucalyptole Exhaust Fumes Fabric Finishes Fecal Odours Fertiliser Film Prosessing Odours Fish Odours Floral Scents Fluorotrichloromethane Food Aromas Formaldehyde Formic Acid Freon Fuel Gases Fumes Gangrene Garlic Gasoline Heptane Heptylene Hexane Hexylene Hexyne Hospital Odours Household Smells Incense Indole Incomplete Combustion Industrial Wastes Iodoform Irritants Isophorone Isoprene Isopropyl Acetate Isopropyl Alcohol Isopropyl Ether Kerosene Kitchen Odours Lactic Acid Lingering Odours Liquid Fuels Liquid Odours Lubricating Oils and Greases Lysol Masking Agents Medicinal Odours Melons Menthol Mesityl Oxide Methane Methyl Acetate Methyl Acrylate Methyl Alcohol Methyl Bromide Methyl Butyl Ketone Methyl Cellosolve Methyl Cellosolve Acetate Methyl Chloride Methyl Chloroform Methyl Ether Methyl Ethyl Ketone Methyl Formate Methyl Isobutyl Ketone Methyl Mercaptan Methylal Methylcyclohexane Methylcyclohexanol Methylcylochexanone Methylene Chloride Mildew Mixed Odours Mold Monochlorobenzene Monofluorotrichloromethane Moth Balls Naptha (Coal Tar) Naphtha (Petroleum) Naphthalene Nicotine Nitro Benzene Nitroethane Nitroglycerine Nitromethane Nitropropane Nitrotoluene Nonane Noxious Gases Octylene Octane Odours Odorants Onions Organic Chemicals Packing House Odours Paint & Redecorating Odours Palmitic Acid Paper Deteriorations Paradichlorobenzene Paste & Glue Pentane Pentanone Penylene Perchloroethylene Perfumes & Cosmetics Perspiration Persistant Odours Pet Odours Phenol Pitch Plastics Popcorn & Candy Poultry Odours Propane Propionaldehyde Propionic Acid Propyl Acetate Propyl Alcohol Propyl Chloride Propyl Ether Propyl Mercaptan Propylene Propyne Putrefying Substances Putrescine Pyridine Rancid Oils Resins Reodorants Ripening Fruits Rubber Sauerkraut Sewer Odours Skatole Slaughtering Odours Smoke Solvents Sour Milk Spilled Beverages Spolied Food Stuffs Stale Odours Stoddard Solvent Stuffiness Styrene Monomer Tar Tarnishing Gases Tetrachloroethane Tetrachloroethylene Tetrahydrofuran Theatrical Makeup Odours Tobacco Smoke Toilet Odours Toluene Toluidine Trichloroethylene Turpentine Valeric Acid Valeric Aldehtde Vapours Varnish Fumes Vinegar Vinyl Chloroide Viruses Volatile Materials Waste Products Waterproofing Compounds Wood Alcohol Xylene

Excerpt from “Ozone”, by M Horvath, L. Bilizky and J. Huttner, Budapest, Hungary, Published 1985. Distributed by Elsevier Science Publishing Co Inc, 52 Vanderbilt, Avenue, New York, NJ 10017 USA

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