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Fire & Water - Cleanup & Restoration


11/25/2021 (Permalink)

Ozone set in place The higher the ozone, the more it deodorize.

We are back to our Fire Job that we previously talked about on last weeks blog. 

This week we are discussing some of the equipment that is super important to our jobs. 


Ozones are used to oxidize organic odors such as smoke, pet odors, mildew, organic pollutants and more without chemicals. 

A transformer shoots several thousand volts of
electricity through a reactor, causing the atom of a
water molecule to change from an O2 molecule to a
very unstable O3 molecule. The extra O molecule
then attaches itself to a contaminant, actually
alternating its structure. The remaining O2 molecule
becomes stable once again.

Once we dry the area fully we recommend removing any living things.

We then set the unit as high as possible since ozone is
heavier than air and will fall. We also set up an air
mover to help circulate the ozone.

Sealing the room to prevent dissipation to areas that do not need to
be deodorized.

Lastly, we plug in the machine, set the timer, and switch the power button on.

Once complete, we ventilate the area thoroughly.

 We will update you more on the progress next week!

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