Is ozone toxic and is it safe for our human body?
Today, we talk about why do people say that ozone is toxic? Is ozone safe?
One of the most popular issues is the safety of ozone. On Google, you will see words like "ozone is toxic", which makes you very worried.
However, if used properly, ozone is safe enough.
You may have read reports from federal or state agencies that warn against the danger of excessive ozone. But the key message of this report is that there is too much ozone.
Of course, high levels of breathing ozone are not good for you, or even bad. But there are low levels of ozone everywhere around us, which can be safely inhaled.
The interesting fact is that ozone has been used in medical institutions around the world for decades to eliminate viruses and harmful bacteria.
One of the most interesting uses of ozone is the disinfection of drinking water in many cities. They prefer ozone to chlorine, because ozone does not produce reaction by-products like chlorine, and the by-products form organochlorine compounds, which remain in the treated water. More importantly, ozone just breaks down into oxygen. Therefore, although high levels of ozone are toxic, the ozone will return to non-toxic oxygen in a short time.
If you are not in the room at the time, you can safely use any level of ozone as long as the ozone changes back to oxygen and re-enters the room. This takes about an hour or two.
Therefore, the answer to the question is simple, yes, ozone can be used safely.
The ozone generator of our FreshCPAP cleaner will only release ozone at a low concentration, but it is enough to disinfect CPAP masks, pipes and machinery. If you are still worried, please set it aside for cleaning and use the CPAP machine 2-3 hours after cleaning. Then, the remaining ozone will be restored to oxygen again.
Finally, I hope you can have a great shopping experience at FreshCPAP.