Liquid Ozone but Even Better
Liquid ozone, also known as aqueous ozone, has a variety of commercial and medical applications; however aqueous ozone has proven awkward for remediation services. Ozone does not stay suspended in water very long. And, when pressurized to create a fine spray ozone escapes from the water even faster. Finally, spraying copious amounts of water in most buildings is another problem.
Aqueous ozone is nonetheless a powerful tool. Farmers use ozone in the water for their animals to prevent disease. They also bubble ozone into the pools of waste water to clarify them and prevent foul odors. Many farms wash their produce in ozonated water to clean and sanitize their products before going to market.
Aqueous ozone is used to sanitize nearly all large, public aquariums. Ozone is used to clarify and sanitize drinking water in many municipalities.
Several years ago, the National Ozone Association worked with aqueous ozone systems designed for remediation. In the end, the effort proved problematic and was put aside for a future time when a better idea comes along.
In the meantime, we heard of a parallel concept that literally exceeded the benefits of aqueous ozone. Ozone is primarily an "oxidizer" that neutralizes threats at the source. Decon Five does what aqueous ozone does ... and more. Decon Five is delivered in a fine spray that "strips the air", sanitizes and disinfects, and detoxifies sick buildings.