Unmaintained air conditioning systems and dirty vehicle interiors are often bacilli spreaders for occupants. A high bacterial load not only causes unpleasant smells, but also makes you sick and can trigger allergies. But which technology is suitable for cleaning and are there any health concerns? KRAFTHAND explains the background.
There are still many home remedy recipes for eliminating odors in the vehicle interior. From dried apples to apple cider vinegar to coffee powder, special deodorants or scented trees. However, the odor problem is only eliminated here for a short time, because these measures usually only overlay the actual odor with a better or more pleasant scent. However, after a while, the original bad smell will come through and the problem will start again.
So whether you want to disinfect your car or remove unpleasant odors,
we have the solution through our ozone treatment!
Here we explain how it works:
To guarantee the most effective and professional process,
the AIR2 SAN process takes place in three phases:
1 – In the first phase, AIR2 SAN uses an electrostatic discharge to convert the oxygen (O2) in the air in the passenger compartment into ozone (O3) and distribute it precisely, controlled and evenly (not via a simple timer). This phase is made more effective and safer by a filter on the suction side to prevent dust from entering the ozone generator. This serves to ensure a longer service life of the generator and, above all, to exclude the risk of inadvertent generation of dangerous nitric acid, which could result from the penetration of particles into the conversion chamber O2 -> O3.
2 – The second phase is the actual disinfection, during which the AIR2 SAN microprocessor, based on the data provided by its sensors, generates the ideal amount of ozone and keeps it constant in the passenger compartment for as long as necessary until mold, fungi, viruses and bacteria according to the medical-surgical standards are safely eliminated. This automated process also eliminates the risk of human error.
3 – Unlike many other products on the market, TEXA has added a third phase to the disinfection process, namely the reverse cycle of converting the remaining ozone into oxygen using a catalyst. In high concentrations, ozone is actually a harmful gas and it is therefore important that only a permissible, minimum concentration is ensured before the vehicle is returned. All this in order to protect not only the health of the customer but also of the employee, who is particularly affected every time he opens the vehicle after disinfection.
Further information on the effectiveness of ozone in relation to the coronavirus: www.texa.com/Ozone-covid-19