Discovered in 1840 by Christian Friedrich Schönbein, Ozone is a naturally occurring substance that appears due to UV light and electrical discharges in the atmosphere. The formula for Ozone, O3 , was determined in 1865 by Jacques-Louis Sore, demonstrating that it is a variant of dioxygen, or O2, a regular component of the air we breathe and that Ozone is an important part of natural oxygen production. Industrially, it is replicated through a coronal discharge that transforms normal air into ozone. The Ozone layer surrounding the planet protects the Earth’s surface from harmful UV rays, and it is the only molecule that can perform this function. In addition to producing oxygen, Ozone is a greenhouse gas which traps heat and warms the earth. But it may also harm the atmosphere; ozone is known as a key element of smog, making its airborne variety a pollutant. Due to its powerful oxidizing nature, airborne Ozone can be considered an irritant, but only in areas with an enormous concentration, which are extremely uncommon in the US. Once combined with water, Ozone sheds any harmful qualities and becomes a natural purifier that leaves no deposit behind. Since its discovery, Ozone has been considered to be a healthy and critical component of the environment and was very quickly adapted into many health environments.
Although airborne Ozone may be harmful, it has found almost unlimited safe and healthy uses in the Industry and for consumers in other forms, particularly because it hardly ever reaches extreme concentrations. More and more, the industry has begun to adopt Ozone as a healthy and green substitution to other methods. For example, in the late 20th century, Chlorine was used to purify water in an attempt to reclaim it. But Chlorine left a very nasty residue and caused harmful effects to the human body. Ozone, however, leaves no residue and produces an abundance of oxygen; because of this, it is one of the main methods we use to purify our water today. Ozonated water is also applicable to cleansing food. In the fruit industries, Ozone is used to wash fresh fruits and kill mold, yeast, parasites and bacteria after harvesting, a far more preferable alternative to pesticides and herbicides. Furthermore, Ozone is also able to break down these pesticides, herbicides and other harmful chemicals before ingestion.
Ozone is also widely used by consumers. Ozone has been used to purify air, remove odors, and sanitize food, home surfaces and water. According to the FDA, it is "amending the food additive regulations to provide for the safe use of ozone in gaseous and aqueous phases as an antimicrobial agent on food, including meat and poultry." Also, studies at the California Polytechnic University demonstrated that ozone can reduce more than 99.99% of food-borne microorganisms such as salmonella and E. coli. Ozone presents unlimited potential in terms of benefiting and improving cleanliness and health in an environment.
Overall, Ozone is critical in maintaining life on Earth and serves many purposes in keeping us healthy. Without Ozone, we would have to resort to several alternatives, such as Chlorine and pesticides, which could harm our bodies rather than promote health. By adding the miraculous effects of Ozone to water, not only will it help us produce clean, drinkable water, but also promote good health and cleanliness with its effectiveness in disinfection, killing 99.9% of pathogens it comes into contact with, and its ability to break down harmful chemicals.
Known by the nickname “miracle water”, Ozonated water is one of the greatest breakthroughs known to man today. The amount of benefits ozonated water produces is nearly endless, from instantly disinfecting any surface to even greatly reducing the effects of cancer. Its most amazing factor is the complete lack of residue or chemicals; within 30 minutes after the water leaves the faucet, the ozone becomes oxygen. Not only is it eco-friendly, it also produces healthy, drinkable water since oxygen is its only byproduct.
Listed here are some of the benefits of ozonated water:
Ozone water has been in use since 1856, sixteen years after Ozone itself was discovered in 1840. It was first used in a health care setting to sterilize and disinfect surgical operating rooms and instruments. In the late 1800’s, most of Europe began using ozone to disinfect water and in 1892, published scientific works proved that it cured tuberculosis. Ozonated water was used widely during the First World War to disinfect wounds and saved many lives on the battlefield.
Today, most water is disinfected using Ozone treatment. The US Food and Drug Administration have also accepted ozone being safe for treating, storing, and processing food. But the only problem with this is that by the time that ozone treated water reaches us, the ozone has already broken down into oxygen and the curative properties are lost.
Eco Safe System USA’s technologies will produce the ozonated water instantly once the faucet is turned on, giving you fresh, clean, ozonated water flow. Other competitor’s designs require you to wait for long periods of time before ozonated water builds enough pressure to flow. Eco-safe’s design provides automatic activation with no delay, dispensing ozonated water whenever needed and without any hassle. Like their operation, Eco-safe home systems are convenient, small, and compact and can be easily stored right under the sink without disrupting the area and taking up much space.
On top of convenience, Eco-safe uses cutting-edge technology to provide the best quality of ozonated water to ensure the effects remain active once it is dispensed, long after normal ozonated water’s effects have faded. In addition, Eco-safe’s ozonated water will have significantly greater effects due to Ozone being more present in the water. The properties of convenience, efficiency and great effectiveness make Eco-safe Systems the true leader and pioneer as an ozonated water machine provider.