How to sanitize
There are different methods and products suitable for sanitizing. SANIWORKS® combines multiple technologies and sanitizing agents which, working in synergy or individually, allow to sanitize in a constant and effective way. The diversity of treatment consists of the technology and the sanitizing agents that interact and are applied in each of them.
Each sanitization process has a specific goal and purpose for which it is more effective than another. For example, one of the main factors that influence the use of one technology, compared to another, is linked to whether it can be used in the presence or absence of people.
Ozone sanitation is described below.Request information
Sanitize with Ozone
Ozone is one of the most powerful disinfectants present in nature, it manages to reach the most hidden points destroying up to 99.98% of impurities , thanks to its high oxidizing and sanitizing power, it can destroy in short time (ranging from a few seconds to a few minutes) any pathogen, virus, mold, fungus and allergens, in addition to reducing odors, even persistent ones. This natural gas is far more effective than any other natural or artificial product used for the same purpose. Ozone systems cannot be used in the presence of people as this substance, as long as it is natural, is toxic to the human body. Ozone has been recognized as a natural agent, with sterilization powers and has been approved by the following authorities:
- - FDA (Food & Drugs Administration), USDA (U.S. Department of Agricolture), EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) – approvazione dell’ozono come agente antimicrobico “GRAS”.
- - USDA, NOP (National Organic Program) - approval of ozone as an active ingredient for the sanitization of surfaces (plastics and stainless steel) in direct contact with food without rinsing and with no chemical residue. /li>.
- - Ministero della Sanità Italiana/Istituto Superiore di Sanità/Dipartimento Alimentazione e nutrizione veterinaria/Protocollo n° 24482 del 31 Luglio 1996 – ozone detection as a natural medium for the sterilization of environments contaminated by bacteria, viruses, spores, etc. and infested with mites, insects, etc..