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Most rooms, houses, buildings and vehicles of all kinds receive very little ultraviolet light or ozone. These are nature's own cleaning elements. Both ultraviolet light and ozone have the ability to break down microorganisms and odor-causing bacteria. While large amounts of ultraviolet light may be difficult to spread around a home or office building, ozone can easily be circulated throughout nearly any space. For this reason, ozone is a much more economical and efficient means of getting rid of odors in most buildings.
Creating ozone, or O3, can be done in several different ways. One way to create ozone is with an electrical current passing through the air we breathe. This process is similar to the way ozone is created in lightning. Ozone generators, such as the OdorFree, are capable of creating ozone in this way and are commercially available. These types of ozone generators can be turned on while a building or space is unoccupied. When the ozone dissipates, occupants can return to a completely odor neutral space.
Ozone generators are a sensible addition to any business or home setting where odors might become a problem. Whether you have pets, smokers or family members with allergies, ozone generators can help to neutralize and destroy particulates in the air that cause these issues. Odor free spaces are more comfortable to live in, easier to rent to prospective tenants and can even be more inviting to customers in business settings.
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