Hudson et al. (2009) have developed an ozone gas-based portable apparatus to decontaminate the buildings such as the rooms in health-care facilities, hotels, etc using the anti-viral properties of ozone. They tested against 12 viruses, which include influenza, strain H3N2, etc., and including the mouse coronavirus (MCV) in DBT cells. They observed that at the peak ozone gas concentration of 20–25 ppm, it required only a short-period of high-humidity (relatively humidity of >90%) t...August 24, 2021
Hotels Using Ozone Units to ‘Purify’ Room Air : Trends: Portable systems are being used to neutralize odors and freshen smoke-filled rooms.
Ozone purifying units are increasingly being used in hotel and motel rooms to “purify” the air and remove stale odors caused by food and beverages, tobacco smoke, mold, mildew and other elements.About the size of a lunch pail, the units are small enough to be carried on a maid’s cart.After a hotel room has been cleaned, the unit is plugged into an outlet in the unoccupied room and allowed to run for 15 to 20 minutes. Generally, the housekeeping staff leaves to clean the next room and then ...March 21, 2020
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15 Jun, 2017 6:49pm 3 minutes to readHydratorq walked away with the Launch NZ Innovation Award and the Locus Research Innovation Award in the 2017 Fieldays Innovation Awards. Photo/Stephen Barker/Barker Photography.The CountryThe 2017 Innovation Awards were announced this morning at Fieldays.New Zealand National Fieldays Society president Peter Carr said the awards are recognised globally as a launch pad for some of New Zealand's leading innovations."Innovation is key to the future growth o...June 15, 2017
The team, led by microbiologist Dr Ian Singleton and plant biologist Prof Jerry Barnes, of Newcastle University, has shown that exposing tomatoes to ozone before infecting them with fungus reduced lesion development by up to 60 per cent - potentially increasing the shelf-life of the fruit by 2-5 days.Presenting their findings today at the Society for General Microbiology's Spring Conference 2011, Dr Singleton said the ozone was behaving like a vaccine - triggering the tomato plant's defences and...March 11, 2015 Posts 1-7 of 7 | Page