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Why should you pay attention to the amount of ozone released when purchasing an air purifier?
Sep 18, 2018

After the rain, when you walk in the woods, you will usually smell a very fresh air, and this taste is ozone.

Ozone is present in forests and urban outdoor environments. Its  stability is extremely poor. Under normal temperature and pressure, it  can be quickly decomposed into oxygen quickly within half an hour. If  the ventilation is good, the decomposition rate of ozone will be faster.


Ozone  has a strong oxidizing power. When the concentration is high, it will  cause harm to the human body. As long as the safe use of ozone can  completely protect people's health from harm, and when breathing ozone  below 0.1PPM, it will have health effects on the human body. The bacteria in the body may be killed by ozone.

1. The role of ozone

Ozone  is a recognized high-efficiency air bactericide with strong oxidizing  power. It can disintegrate bacteria from the inside, or directly  interact with bacteria and viruses to kill bacteria and viruses. [Product recommendation: Senchen car oxygen disinfection deodorizer]

When 0.4 mg of ozone is added to one liter of water, the sterilization effect will reach 98%. When the concentration of ozone in the air reaches 0.15 mg, ozone can destroy 99.9% of the bacteria within 30 minutes. Therefore,  we can see that ozone preservation and disinfection have become very  common methods in the fields of preservation of many fresh foods and  disinfection of medical devices.

2. Damage of ozone

The  right amount of ozone can make people comfortable, but when the ozone  concentration increases to a certain extent, people will feel the  irritating effect of ozone.

When  the concentration of ozone in the air that does not flow per cubic  meter reaches 0.1 mg, people's throat, nasal cavity and other organs  will feel irritation. When this concentration reaches 0.2 mg/m3, respiratory diseases will increase and the eyes will feel irritation.

When  ozone becomes scarce in the atmosphere, it loses its important function  of blocking ultraviolet rays to protect the earth's living things, but  when it is too concentrated in the troposphere, its effects on animals  and organisms are like toxins, which not only make plants Oxidation of leaves can also damage the respiratory system of humans and animals.