Effective mold sanitation of both air and surfaces
Mold spores are everywhere and grow quickly under the right conditions. Mold spores are also one of the leading causes of allergic symptoms. The only traditional way to get rid of mold is to remove all visible mold, disinfect the surfaces and reduce the dampness. When mold grows uncontrollably, it can destroy surfaces by making them unusable, which means the only option is to remove the surface.
Ozone can eliminate mold in both air and on surfaces such as carpets, floors and walls. Ozone can also treat mold in difficult-to-reach places such as insulation, tile, wood and brick structure.
An odor that does not come from garbage is often a first sign of mold and moisture damage. Sanitation of mold and odor can, for example, be used in properties, basements, houses, warehouses, garages, cabins, storage rooms, wet rooms and toilets.
Using ozone is a well-proven way of preventing mold. Ozone’s strong oxidation potential means that it actively kills airborne mold spores instead of just hiding the smell. It is also 3,000 times faster than chlorine as bactericide and it is also safe for the environment. The ozone also reaches corners and cracks that are difficult to access and can penetrate infested fabrics. It is well documented that ozone offers a quick, thorough and environmentally friendly solution to mold problems.
Read more about mold problems associated with water damages.
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