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.
Is ozone shock a real concept? If it is, how is it measured and what happens when you hit this level?
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A number of ozone-type businesses started with the intent to treat or solve common odor problems. Over time, these businesses expanded to treat mold and mildew problems, pet odors, and even crime scene cleanup. The industry became a specialty cleaning service, which was a good niche market that filled the needs between a cleaning service and full-blown remediation services.
There are a number of common questions about ozone and how ozone is applied for an odor problem, for sanitizing, and mold treatment. We also field questions about OZONE SHOCK and types of generators needed for proper ozone treatments. Of course, much of the confusion comes from the Internet gurus who are actually boasting about their ozone generators for sale.
Although I am not a golfer or even a duffer, I know that there are several clubs needed to properly play the game. And a mechanic needs a variety of tools to do his job. When it comes to hydrogen generators used to sanitize an area, room odors, or detoxify the building, professionals will often combine tools to achieve the double punch that brings greater results.