Saturday, October 31, 2020

Halifax supplier launches generator proven to kill COVID

A commercial laundry solution provider based in Halifax has launched a generator that, it says, has been proven to kill COVID-19.

In a study conducted by Nara Medical University, it was confirmed that ozone gas can effectively inactivate the virus up to 1 / 10,000 CT (cycle threshold).

In real conditions, it shows that COVID-19 can be inactivated on all surfaces and that ozone can be used in the sanitisation of all environments.

Putting the new discovery into the practise, the MAG Ozone Generator emits ozone through the air to sanitise surfaces and kill bacteria, microorganisms and viruses including COVID-19, while permanently eliminating unpleasant odours.

Proven to eliminate SARS coronavirus, norovirus, E.coli, salmonella and more than 99% of harmful bacteria and viruses, ozone is recognised as the strongest and fastest method of destroying microorganisms.

“The ability to offer a product that has been proven to kill the COVID-19 coronavirus is a real triumph for us as a business,” said Mark Dennis, MD of MAG Laundry Equipment.

“With the UK economy now officially in a recession, it’s important that the Government and businesses look at how people can return to work safely, protect jobs and keep the economy moving.

“The ozone generator could be a key part in that, with the ability to sterilize office spaces, hotel rooms or hospitality venues quickly and effectively.”

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