Air conditioning – Bacteria and fungi
Prevent biological coating in air conditioning systems and neutralize airborne spores and pathogens
Airborne bacteria and fungi are a health risk and source of bad odors in air conditioning systems.
The accumulation of organic particles and the condensation of moisture that occurs around drip trays, condensation pipes and pipelines in air conditioning units create the perfect environment for the growth of biological coatings. This not only leads to high levels of fungi and bacteria that become airborne and are transported around the building via the air recirculation, but also reduces the efficiency and heat transfer of the systems. Airborne bacteria and fungi not only pose a great health risk, but also cause disturbing odors.
By treating the air-conditioning system with ozone, biological coatings can be prevented.
This removes disturbing odor and reduces health problems such as allergies, rashes, colds, viruses and legionnaires. Ozone is not only the most powerful oxidation treatment available, the equipment has very low maintenance costs, which means that ozone is not only the most effective treatment option, but also one of the easiest.
Ozone can be used to prevent biological coating and minimize airborne spores, viruses and bacteria. Sanitation in air conditioning can, for example, be carried out in hotel rooms, houses, bars, aircrafts, restaurants, schools, offices, conference facilities and other properties.
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