08-07-2020 by redazione
In times of Covid-19 and security protocols especially for the tourism sector, but also for prevention in meeting places, offices, apartments and private villas, there is a need to clean and disinfect environments to ensure health and avoid dangers of viruses.
The "Ozone Sanitization Kenya" is successfully operating in Kenya, an organization that responds to these needs with high quality, lightweight and portable "Eco Ozone" machinery that can be used directly on site.
The ozone used is produced directly by the equipment through the "DBD Ceramic Plates Barrier Discharge" Inductions which transform the surrounding air containing oxygen into ozone containing air through electrical discharges called plasma reactions.
Disinfection is carried out in the internal structures, exerting an antifungal and bactericidal action. The sanitization of the rooms with this system is very rapid, even if the times vary according to the volumetric dimensions of the rooms and the overall furniture present. Usually a minimum of 30 minutes of ozone induction from 20 square meters of space can act effectively against any virus.
"Ozone Sanitization Kenya" uses imported machinery that has been approved not only in Kenya, but also by the Italian Ministry of Health. From experiments carried out, 99% of the viruses have been inactivated and have shown damage to the proteins in their envelope, so as to prevent even Covid-19 from attaching itself to normal cells, with potential advantages over other decontaminating gases and liquid chemical solutions. The abatement and conversion from Ozone to Oxygen takes place overnight in closed rooms not accessible to anyone for a minimum of 5 hours.
The operators are available to identify the areas to be sanitized and to follow every recommended and implemented process, guaranteeing the quality of services and total assistance.
For information about the service in Kenya, call Kenneth Kalume at +254702999364, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
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