Ozone has many applications and is widely used as an oxidizing agent in chemical reactions. It is widely used in Pharmaceutical industries and in Research. The Mayura Analytical Ozone generator is capable of producing up to 16 grams per hour of Ozone using dry Oxygen. The generator itself is a compact kit and comes with a double protection cover to ensure a high standard of safety. With high efficiency of Ozone conversion, this equipment is ideal for laboratory, research and industrial use.
Along with this, Ozone is particular useful in disinfecting areas or instruments. This is especially useful in medical institutions such as hospitals within their operating theatres and scrubbing areas to sanitise and sterilize equipment, thereby reducing the risk of infection. The tabletop Ionised Ozone generator is extremely useful in such institutions. Ozone is the most powerful oxidative agent that occurs naturally. With its extra free radical oxygen molecule or ion, ozone is able to destroy germs, viruses, and microbes that may cause surface or air contaminations. Furthermore, ozone leaves no chemical residue typical of alternative detergent or synthetic cleaners, and it is one of the most effective sterilizing tools. The anti-microbial properties of ozone is created and provides a powerful sanitizing effect that is capable of killing 99.7% of 650 different kinds of pathogenic organisms (bacteria and fungi).
Ozone generator has many uses in chemical and manufacturing industries for oxidation purposes.
Given its capability to sanitise, Ozone is used in hospitals to disinfect instruments, OT and ICUs.
It is also useful in sanitizing AC ducting in cars.
Microprocessor controlled high frequency design
EMF controlled circuits
Corona discharge technology
Air cooled circuit and ozone electrode
Stainless steel grounded electrode
Double cross connected electrodes for high ozone output
Maximum Ozone conversion technology
Double protected cover ensures high safety
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