Ozone Treatment for Water

Ozone is effectively destroys bacteria and other unhealthy microorganisms in water. It is often used in conjunction with other water purification or water filtration technologies. It is effective in reducing levels of chemical contaminants.
Municipal water companies have used ozone technology to treat large quantities of water for many years because of its effectiveness in purifying and conditioning water.
Ozone has been used in Europe for water treatment since early in the 20th century. Its use has been increasing here in the U.S. in the last decade, especially since the negative health effects of chlorination have become apparent. Water systems that use water purification methods such as ozone, reverse osmosis (R.O.), distillation, and ultraviolet produce purified water are the most common method.

Other Methods That Dont Work

While this process is effective at reducing an array of water contaminants, especially fluoride, it does not remove all chlorine and chlorine by-products as well as volatile organic chemicals (VOCs), pharmaceuticals and a wide array of man-made chemicals.

This water purification method is effective for removing bacteria and most minerals. However, most distillers do not remove VOCs, chlorine and chlorine by-products.

The ultraviolet water purification method is highly effective at killing bacteria, viruses, molds, algae, and other micro-organism. However, UV systems do not remove most chemical contaminants or sediment.

The Key Benefits Of Ozone Water

1.It kills viruses, bacteria, fungi and algae on contact.
2.It breaks down harmful synthetic chemicals.
3.Natural soft water.
4. Water is PH 7.0 to PH 7.6 – The acidity or alkalinity of a substance is measured using pH. The pH scale runs from 0 to 14, with 0 being the most acidic, 14 being the most alkaline, and 7 being neutral. To survive, our bodies must maintain the pH very close to 7.4, which is just on the alkaline side of neutral.

Destroys Pathogens

Bacterium (ex: strep throat, bacterial meningitis)
Virus (ex: flu viruses, hepatitis A, B & C)
Fungus (ex: Candida, athlete’s foot)