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Compact Ozone Sterilizer Eliminates Contaminants and Germs

Published: Saturday, May 17, 2014
Last Updated: Friday, May 16, 2014
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Ozilla™ - A new high quality, purpose-built ozone gas generator from AMSBIO.

The Ozilla™ from AMSBIO is a new high quality, purpose-built ozone gas generator. Measuring just 13 x 11 x 5 inches (32 x 28 x 13 cm), it will fit in most standard laboratory cell culture incubators, air incubators, cell culture hoods, PCR hoods, or any other environment where a sterile atmosphere is critical.

Following simple operational instructions the Ozilla™ is able to completely eliminate airborne as well as surface contaminants and germs including bacteria, phage, and fungus.

Ozone is the most powerful oxidative agent that occurs naturally. With its extra free radical oxygen molecule, ozone is able to destroy germs, viruses, and microbes that may cause surface or air contamination.

Furthermore, ozone leaves no chemical residue typical of alternative detergent or synthetic cleaners, and if handled properly - by converting ozone back to oxygen molecules - it can be one of the most effective sterilizing tools.

Ozone is a powerful and natural purifier, and now with the Ozilla™ Ozone Sterilizer, it is safer and easier than ever to use ozone gas for sterilizing and deodorizing lightly contaminated pipettes, pipette tips, gloves, plates, small instruments, and even personal items such as keys and glasses.

The Ozilla sterilizer is easy and safe to use, and has a novel "scrubbing" technology that removes all ozone gases at the end of each sterilization cycle, by converting ozone gas back to oxygen. As an added advantage, the Ozilla air sterilizer will leave users room or cabinet odor-free and smelling fresh, clean, and ready for their next usage.

With the Ozilla Ozone Sterilizer, there is no longer a need to spend substantial amounts of time and money to plan and deal with the complexity of chemical decontaminations.

Other than negating the labor and time waste, the Ozilla device eliminates exposure to toxic chemicals, and removes the possibility of chemical residue accumulation.


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