Covid-19 and Virus Disinfection with Ozone

We can assist with emergency disinfection and prevention services.

We are local in Campbell River BC, and operate all over Vancouver Island.

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Does Ozone kill COVID-19 and disinfect areas?

Ozone kills the SARS corona virus. Latest research tells us:

Ozone gas has been proven to kill the SARS coronavirus and since the structure of the new 2019-nCoV coronavirus is almost identical to that of the SARS coronavirus, it is relatively safe to say that it will also work on the new coronavirus though it must be noted that there is no studies to date except one that is current ongoing in China at the Institute of Virology In Hubei with regards to this. Progress of that study has shown that it works and the study should be concluded by the end of this week and officially published in the journal Virology.

There are more than 17 scientific studies that show Ozone gas is able to destroy the SARS coronavirus.

The new coronavirus is an enveloped virus.

Most research efforts on ozone's virucidal effects have centered upon ozone's propensity to break apart lipid molecules at sites of multiple bond configuration. Indeed, once the lipid envelope of the virus is fragmented, its DNA or RNA core cannot survive.


Can ozone help clean my office or retail store?

Yes, it will definitely help to create an extra layer of security during this pandemic. Ozone will reach and disinfect all those hard to reach areas that you cannot clean.

It's also much faster and cheaper than manual sanitation.

Does Ozone disinfect N95 masks and PPE?

PPE gear:

Yes. Has been proven for years.
We sanitize all our own PPE gear using ozone.

N95 masks:

Manufacturers say: N95 masks are 1 time only use. No more than 8 hours.

Research tells us:
Yes, you can safely disinfect disposable masks using low dose ozone for short periods without degradation. Read the data here.

One time use vs. disinfecting for multiple use?

  1. Masks are in short supply so if we have no masks left what options do we have? Disinfect them and reuse? Use no masks? Let people die?
  2. Scientists are now arguing over the material composition in masks of when and how it specifically breaks down when exposed to many different disinfectants including ozone.
  3. Scientists haven't bothered with this specific testing because there's never been a need for it. So it is NOT 100% proven to the point where 100% of all scientists agree. Follow this advice at your own risk. We are not scientists and it’s based on the data we have read.

So does Ozone disinfect N95 masks or not?

The short answer is Yes - based on this data found here.


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