Assisted Living and Nursing Homes
Removing odors, viruses and dangerous bacteria in Assisted Living and Nursing Home environments is now possible with the Ozone Clean Pro high output ozone generators.
Odors are evidence that dangerous bacteria, viruses or mold are present and pose a potential threat to your residents. Ozone Clean Pro ozone generators will eliminate these odors at their source by destroying the hidden microorganisms behind them. Bacteria and Viruses in Elder Care facilities, including MRSA, VRSA, C- diff, and others, will be safely and effectively eliminated with shock treatments of Ozone. The Ozone Clean Pro design provides the most effective delivery of Ozone to a given treatment area, resulting in a faster, more complete room sanitation.
Hospital smell is that unique combination of body odors, waste and bodily fluids, food / beverage spills, that not only permeates the furniture, drapes, bedding, and carpet, but can attach to hard surfaces like walls and ceilings as well. The presence of microorganisms in these environments almost ensures that odor problems will persist. Cleaning the room with standard chemicals and methods can’t address the odors, because they are often hidden and masked by the fragrances in the cleaning products.
Ozone is the most effective cleaning agent in these situations because it is a gas that will reach everywhere air currents travel, thus disinfecting / sanitizing surfaces not available to the housekeeping staff. After the traditional cleaning is complete, a Ozone Clean Pro high output generator is brought into the unoccupied room and set- up on a timer, discharging Ozone gas, for a per-determined treatment time. After the time shuts off the unit, the room is allowed to “air-out” for a period of about an hour or two before the room can be occupied.
Care should be taken to ensure that the Ozone does not travel outside the treatment area. Often this involves determining whether the air handling system is common to adjacent rooms, and blocking off vents that could transport the gas to other areas. Access doors may also be taped off to prevent the gas from leaking into the halls.
**This can be dangerous if not done by a trained technician**