Odor Elimination and Odor Removal
- Remove Organic Odors from Smoke, Mildew, Rotten Food, Pet Waste, etc.
- Eliminate Odors – Don’t Cover Them Up
- Destroy Airborne Mold and Mildew Spores
Our Commercial Ozone Generators:
- Have the Power to Seek Out and Destroy Large Amounts of Odor Molecules!
- Produce the high volume of ozone necessary to Eliminate Even the Worst Odors!
Ozone – How It Works
Serious odor problems from smoke, mold, mildew, bacteria, rotten food, and pet waste to name a few, are even more of a challenge to eradicate in humid climates like we have here in Southeast Texas. Odor elimination using ozone generators is the most effective way to treat stubborn odor problems. Ozone is a molecule made up of three Oxygen molecules instead of two, like the Oxygen you breathe every day. The extra Oxygen molecule makes it unstable, so it interacts with odor molecules and disassembles them. It quickly and permanently destroys the odors, it doesn’t just mask them. After oxidizing the odor molecules, Ozone simply reverts to Oxygen.
Producing high volumes of Ozone is the key to effective odor removal using Ozone Generators. The areas being treated must be “soaked” with enough Ozone to seek out and react with ALL of the odor molecules. Small machines that can be purchased for a few hundred dollars may be enough to treat a small area like a closet but would be ineffective in treating larger areas. The small amounts of Ozone produced would be reverting to Oxygen before they would even get to most of the odor molecules. Our commercial equipment produces large volumes of Ozone quickly to seek out and destroy odors, and to continually replenish the Ozone that is reverting to Oxygen. Keeping the area “soaked” in this way provides the quantity of Ozone needed to seek out the odors, and the time for the odor to seep out of porous materials and be destroyed.
Ozone – Nature’s Odor Removal System
Ever wonder why the air smells so clean and fresh when you walk outside after a thunderstorm? Lightening is Nature’s Ozone generator. The high voltage surging through the atmosphere produces ozone from the oxygen in the air. The vast amount of ozone it produces oxidizes the odors caused by industrial activity and leaves the air smelling fresh and clean. And that pleasant familiar “after the storm smell” is actually the smell of the remaining ozone produced in the storm that hasn’t reverted back to oxygen yet. Treating odors with ozone produced from ozone generators does the same thing on a smaller scale. The electric voltage produced in the generator creates the Ozone from Oxygen which oxidizes the odors in the atmosphere of the building being treated. Ozone is Nature’s Odor Eliminator.
Remove Cause of the Odor First!
Eliminating odors with Ozone won’t do any good if the cause of the odor hasn’t been removed. For example, if rotten food is present in a building, the Ozone will destroy the odors produced by it, but after the Ozone Generator is removed, the rotten food will just continue to produce more odor and you will be back where you started. So AFTER the smoker has left the building, the building smelling of mold and mildew has been dried, and the pet waste or rotten food has been removed, it’s time for Ozone to finish the job, destroy the odors, and revert back to pure Oxygen.