What is ozone?

2019-11-30 12:54:34

What is ozone?

Ozone-o3, consisting of three oxygen atoms, is an isomer of O2;

When the concentration is high, it is blue, with a kind of grass smell similar to that after lightning;

Under normal temperature and pressure, the solubility in water is 13 times higher than that in oxygen and 25 times higher than that in air;

The reduction potential in water is 2.07v and the chlorine is 1.36v;

The sterilization speed is 600-3000 times higher than that of chlorine and other disinfectants;

When the concentration of ozone water is 0.1-0.2mg/l, it can kill bacteria, and when it reaches 0.4mg/l, it can kill virus.

The ozone in nature exists in the ozone layer 15-25 kilometers high. It absorbs most of the ultraviolet radiation from the sun and protects the life and human beings on the earth.

Ozone is one of the oxidants, which is a broad-spectrum, efficient and fast bactericide. With the development and improvement of ozone technology, the magical characteristics of ozone are gradually recognized by people. Ozone products have been widely used in production and life in various fields. The latest scientific research results show that ozone not only has the functions of disinfection, sterilization, deodorization and decolorization, but also has the positive effects of changing plant respiration, activating plant cells, detoxification, decomposition of organic impure substances, which are beneficial to human health and environmental protection. The multi-functional ozone purification processor is to use the oxidation and decomposition of O3 to dissolve O3 in water, oxidize chloride ion, pesticide residual, nitrite, cyanide, etc. in the water medium, so as to degrade the pesticide, chemical fertilizer, biological hormone and other harmful ingredients left in the food, and return the food with natural taste and nutrition. The household application of ozone products has relieved the damage of modern pollution to human health, improved people's quality of life, and guaranteed the healthy survival of human beings.