Residential Ozonated Water Systems.
In the case of cleaning, ozonated water is often referred to as the miracle cleaner.. The extra oxygen atom in ozone can attack dirt, pollutants or microbes in the same way that chlorine does. But after attaching itself and killing the pollutants or microbes, ozone returns back into non-toxic oxygen and water. No hazardous household waste is left over. No toxic chemicals are left over that can harm the environment after you dump excess cleaner down the sink. As with any chemical cleaner, you should avoid breathing the air directly over the cleaning operation.
The XytoBlast sanitizing system
Because ozone has a very short life, leaving ordinary water behind, it is impossible to buy ozonated water cleaners at your local store. Ozone must be generated immediately before use. The XytoBlast Sanitizing System does this by passing an electrical current through oxygen and dissolving the ozone into clean water.
Aqueous Ozone can be used for cleaning fruits, vegetables, meats and other foods as well as for using around the house as a substitute for other spray cleaners — to remove stains, or clean and sanitize surfaces.
Ozone is often compared to bleach and other chlorinated products as they are used in many of the same disinfection applications. When used as such ozone has proven to be 50% stronger and 3000x faster than bleach. In fact Ozonated water is used to launder clothes and to sanitize food, drinking water, and surfaces in the home. According to the (FDA), it has given Ozone and Ozonated water a GRAS rating. (Generally recognized as safe) to provide for the safe use of ozone in gaseous and aqueous (liquid) phases as an antimicrobial agent on food, including meat and poultry.”
XytoBlast ozone systems are available in West Michigan from EcoVive of Grand Rapids. If you would like to find out more about ozonated water, and how it can help make for a safer household, give us a call, or visit our website at: EcoVive of Grand Rapids.