Large amount of ozone is produced in the reactor chamber from the oxygen content of the ambient air using VUV lamps tuned to a wavelength of 185 nm:

Single oxygen atom (O) is formed by the photolysis when the Vacuum UV radiation at 185 nm splits the oxygen molecule (O2) into two oxygen atoms. It then easily combines with an oxygen molecule (O2) to form ozone molecule (O3). Ozone is an unstable molecule due to a weak bond holding the third oxygen atom. This instability naturally makes ozone a powerful oxidizing and disinfecting agent. Oxidation occurs when ozone molecules come into contact with oxidizable substances, including microorganisms (pathogenic bacteria, viruses, and mold), and organic and inorganic compounds.
The radiation of the used VUV lamps (185nm + 254nm) not only allows ozone production, but also irradiated UV-C light at 254 nm, have a strong germicidal, i.e. disinfecting, bactericidal effect. The synergistic combination of 185 nm and 254 nm radiation is very effective on the destruction of bacteria and viruses. 
After entering the amount of ozone applied to the room to be treated, after completion of the timed treatment process, the ozone generating lamps are automatically switched off, only the fans remain in operation to help degrade the residual ozone not used in the treatment. The ozone produced by the R-FILTER, if not involved in treatment operations, converts quickly back into its original form, oxygen (O₂), with a half-life of up to 30-50 minutes and leaves no harmful residual. The higher the temperature and humidity of the room to be treated, and the more dynamic the air flow, the shorter the half-life and the sooner we can enter the treated room.
After the treatment is completed, the unit will run the fans for another 4 hours, increasing the degradation of the residual ozone not used in the treatment. If you then enter the treated room, you must immediately ventilate it well.



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