Water damages – odor problems

Water damaged rooms and furnishing will quickly develop mold and mildew issues. In the right conditions mold starts to grow in as little as 24 hours. Some mold is toxic to humans, and all mold is very damaging to materials it infests. Consequently, water damaged rooms emit disturbing odors and can cause serious health problems.

Ozone effectively removes over 90% of virtually all odors and effectively breaks down mold so that the room can be fully used again. Sanitation of water damaged rooms can take place in many spaces, such as properties, basements, housing, warehouses, garages, wet areas, changing rooms, bathhouses and toilets.

Read more about sanitation associated with mold.

Ozone purification with ACT-3000

How much ozone is needed and how long production should be up running depends on the room volume and how much moisture damages need to be treated. The treatment time can vary from one hour to over 10 hours. ACT-3000 is easy to use, and the operating cost is minimal.

ACT-3000 is developed and manufactured in Sweden by Ozonetech. Our large custom-made system solutions for air and water purification are found worldwide in industries, wastewater treatment plants, yeast factories, pharmaceutical industries, breweries, greenhouses and shopping centers. We are fast growing and multiple award-winning.

ACT-3000 / 3000P is developed for professional cleaning and disinfection in industry, service sector and municipal operations.

Easy treatment, do this

1. Position the ACT-3000 in the room, preferably higher (in an elevated location)
2. Close doors and windows
3. Connect ACT-3000 to electricity
4. Choose ozone production 1-100%
5. Leave the room and close the door
6. You decide for yourself how long the treatment will last
7. When you want to end the treatment, enter the room and turn off the ozone generator. Open the window to extract any excess ozone faster. Step out of the room and close the door to let the rest of the ozone oxidize
8. Tip: It is convenient to control the treatment using a plug-mounted timer