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Ozone is made up of 3 molecules.

In healthy and clean outdoor environment,

Ozone, a 3-molecule-Oxygen, occurs naturally between 0.02 ppm and 0.05 ppm.

How does Ozone work ?

Ozone oxidizes airborne pollutants,

then reverts to Oxygen,
leaving behind cleansed air.

Here's how this process works :

Oxygen Molecules

Ozone Molecules converted from Oxygen as a result of

e.g. lightning.

1 Oxygen atom splits off to oxidize pollutant,

leaving behind breathable Oxygen and purified Air.

How Ozone Purifies the Air

  1. Oxygen molecules are converted to Ozone (O3) by e.g. lightning.
  2. 1 Oxygen atom (O1) splits off from the Ozone molecule, and
    reacts with other particles when it comes within range of a pollutant.
    Ozone is highly reactive, so it never fails to initiate this reaction with other particles.
  3. As the 2nd most powerful oxidant in existence, the single Oxygen atom proceeds to
    "oxidize" the particle it reacts with.

    This means it burns the particle, which changes its physical properties.
    In other words, the particle becomes completely harmless.

  4. When the single Oxygen (O1) molecule oxidizes the particle, it too is destroyed.
    This leaves behind the O
    2  or pure and clean Oxygen.
  5. Types of Pollutants / Particles Removed from Air by Ozone ( Partial List.)

    Chemicals
    Algae
    Exhaust Fumes
    Bacteria
    Carbon Monoxide
    Mildew
    Tetrachloride
    Nicotine
    Acrylic
    Acid Odours
    Gases / Fumes
    Viruses
    Formaldehyde
    Benzene
    Germs
    Ammonia
    Cigarette Smoke
    Mould / Mould Spores
    Fungi
    Fertilizer
    Oils
    Resins
    Carbolic Acid
    Propane
    Ether Alcohol
    Gangrene
    Industrial Waste


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