Activated Oxygen, by way of Ozonation, Do?
The Disinfecting power of Ozone: Ozone kills germs
that cause decay.
When a high enough concentration of residual ozone (
ozone that is not instantly reacting with substances
in the environment ) comes in contact with bacteria,
the ozone reacts. Kinetic energy is released, and the
single "activated" atom of oxygen is liberated, destroying
the cell wall of the bacteria. Once the cell wall is
ruptured, the cytoplasm is dispersed, and thus it is
impossible for the bacteria to reactivate. This is a
process known as cell lysing.
Therapeutic Action- Dr. George Freibott
In 1740 Schonbein discovered ozone, and in 1891 the molecular
composition was modeled. Observation soon revealed that
ozone reacted with and destroyed bacteria and other organisms.
Nikola Tesla began one of the first ozone companies, in
1900. Ozone was widely used by many American doctors.
During the First World War, the application of ozone to
war wounds served primarily as a disinfectant. In 1934,
the dentist E.A. Fische and the surgeon Erwin Payr found
that ozone saturated water was a great bactericide and began
using it. This usage slowed temporarily because the ozone
would quickly destroy the rubber tubing it flowed through.
The arrival of Teflon and silicone tubing overcame this
and Public Health: A Historical Prospective
Few environmentalists would categorize ozone an “environ-mental
friendly” technology. A byproduct of smog irradiation by
sunlight, ozone is used by the U.S. Environmental Protection
Agency (EPA) as an indicator of ground-level air pollution.
However, the EPA also endorses the use of ozone gas as a
disinfectant in municipal drinking water plants. Ozone’s
climb from pollutant to drinking water disinfectant was
not quickly or easily achieved, particularly in the United
States. It took decades of successful use in Western Europe,
as well as a U.S. epidemic, before ozone was finally embraced
as a standard disinfection method in the United States.
This article provides a brief account of ozone’s historic
role in drinking water disinfection and looks ahead to the
role it will play in protecting public health in the future.
Effect of Ozone
on chicken Meat (Antibiotics Removal)
The above chicken meat sample was bubbling in Multi-Functional
Ozone Food Sterilizer for 30 minutes in 3 liters of tap
water. The foam generated from the bubbling and the meat
after bubbling was used for testing.
On analysis, the result showed 2 of the above
antibiotics were prevent on the foam sample while the chicken
meat after bubbling was totally absent. As such, we are
of opinion that the above antibiotics in the chicken meat
had been extracted out by the top-Ozone Multi-Functional
Ozone Food Sterilizer
of Drinking Water
UV Disinfection Of Drinking Water
While the adoption of ultraviolet (UV) radiation for drinking
water treatment has been relatively
slow to date, that is about to change, as questions surrounding
regulations, royalties, technology,
and engineering are now being answered.