Ozilla Ozone Sterilizer
Ozilla Ozone Sterilizer Stopped my Nightmares!
"For those doing tissue culture, the most distressful nightmare is contamination. Cleaning the incubators, hoods, etc. is time-consuming, challenging and you never know if it will work. Besides, bleach smells awful and is hazardous. Ozilla saved the day. This portable ozone sterilizer fits inside the incubators and hoods and in the blink of an eye, the contamination is gone. You can even sterilize the whole room (we do it once a week). We have used it with great success, not just in the tissue culture room, but also in the animal procedure room (without animals) and even in our offices, which smell fresh afterwards.
If you have problems with contamination, Ozilla is the solution."
Introducing the Most Innovative Lab Sterilization Device since the Autoclave
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 contaminations. 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 multiple sterilization applications.
The Ozilla™ is a high quality, compact and purpose-built ozone gas generator which measures 13 x 11 x 5 inches. When used properly, it is able to eliminate airborne and surface contaminants and germs. 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 (see Figure 1). As an added advantage, the Ozilla air sterilizer will leave your room or cabinet odor-free and smelling fresh, clean, and ready for your next usage.
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Easy To Use and Safe
The Ozilla Ozone Sterilizer is so easy to use and convenient it will make you want to sterilize more often! After removing excessive contamination and liquids from surfaces, program the ozone and scrub cycle times desired, place the Ozilla device in the cabinet or area you want to clean, and press the "Run" button. You can now use this downtime to perform other important tasks while the Ozilla device does its work. Best of all, the Ozilla Ozone Sterilizer is the only device of its kind that comes with a de-ozonation technology, or "Scrub Cycle", which rapidly converts ozone gas back to oxygen.
Figure 1. Data was generated using a calibrated ozone analyzer along with a test Ozilla Ozone Sterilizer. Samples were captured every 10 seconds in a sealed chamber. For the natural ozone breakdown, only the ozone generator was in the chamber. On the scrub tests the filter is present during the entire process of generation and scrubbing as well as a E. coli test plate to also monitor sterilization effectiveness.
Red Line: to test the natural ozone breakdown rate, the Ozilla Ozone Sterilizer was run for 80 minutes to generate 150 parts per million (ppm) of ozone gas. The generated ozone required 28 hours to break down to 0.01 ppm (FDA safe level).
Green lines: The scrub cycle tests were done in duplicate (Test #1 and Test #2 on graph). The ozone generator was run for 120 minutes to allow ozone gas to reach between 140 and 150 ppm. The scrub cycle was run until ozone levels reached 0.01 ppm, which took about 15 minutes from the highest recorded reading. The total time from ozone generation to a safe ozone levels using the scrub filter is 2 hours 15 minutes. During these tests agar plates containing 500 million E. coli were placed in the test chamber, after which a 100% kill rate was achieved during each test.
The Ozilla Ozone Sterilizer is a portable and compact unit. At only 13 x 11 x 5 inches, it will fit in most standard laboratory cabinets such as cell culture incubators, air incubators, cell culture hoods and rooms, PCR hoods, or any other cabinets or rooms where a sterile environment is critical. The only requirement is to make sure that the area or cabinet to be sterilized are properly sealed so ozone gas is able to build up for effective sterilization, and also to prevent ozone gas from leaking out into the environment before the scrubbing cycle has run its full course. We are confident that once you get the Ozilla into your lab, you will find multiple and great uses for it.
Powerful and Effective
Ozone gas is an effective killing agent against many contaminants and germs such as bacteria, phage, and fungus. See the hit list for a partial list of all of the different organisms that ozone gas has been proven to kill.
Proof is on The Plate
As a matter of fact, ozone gas is such an effective oxidizer it is now used in many industrial applications such as drinking water treatment, wastewater treatment, air purification, pulp and paper disinfection and bleaching, aquaculture, and many other applications. Other than the many published studies and supporting science, the Ozilla Ozone Sterilizer has been tested in the following applications:
Ozone Sterilizer Elimination of Bacteriophage T1
2.5 µl of purified bacteriophage T1 was spotted on two LB agar plates. The phage concentrations were (clockwise from upper left) 109 pfu/ml, 108 pfu/ml, 107 pfu/ml, and 106 pfu/ml. One plate was placed in an incubator chamber and treated with ozone for 4 hours followed by a scrub cycle. The maximal concentration of ozone measured in the chamber was 150 ppm. The second control plate was untreated. After incubations, 1 ml of stationary DH5 E. coli bacteria and top agar were added to each plate and incubated at room temperature for 72 hours. The control plate shows active T1 phage in the clear areas, and the ozone treated plate shows zero phage survival.
Ozilla Ozone Sterilizer Kills Bacteria
In this experiment, 0.5 billion E. coli cells were deposited on two agar plates. One plate was treated with the Ozilla Ozone Sterilizer for 2 hours in a sealed air incubator, while the other control plate was left to incubate in an air incubator (37°C) overnight. After ozone treatment, the O3-treated plate was also allowed to incubate at 37°C overnight. No colonies were detected on the ozone treated plate.
Stop Complexity and Waste
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 eliminating the labor and time waste, the Ozilla device eliminates exposure to toxic chemicals, and gets rid of the possibility of chemical residue accumulation. Get your Ozilla Ozone Sterilizer today and see how much simpler and more effective your sterilization chores will become.
Sterilizes surfaces and air spaces in multiple areas and locations
Powerful reduction or elimination of microscopic organisms
Eliminates need for harmful liquids, chemicals, UV rays, or damaging heat
Keeps equipment, tools, and work areas clean without chemical residue or damage
Safe and efficient
Highly cost effective
Ozilla removes many contaminants
Powerful and Effective
Ozone gas is an effective killing agent against many contaminants and germs such as bacteria, phage, and fungus. Here is a partial list of all of the different organisms that ozone gas has been proven to kill
B. anthrax (and spores)
S. and C. pneumoniae
Murine Novovirus Bacteriophages Norovirus Feline calicivirus (FCV)
| * These organisms may still require additional non-ozone remediation treatment for complete removal. Ozone gas has little effect on air-dried spores or spores in liquid medium|
Important Notification About Working With Ozone Gas
When used properly, the Ozilla Ozone Sterilizer features a unique Scrub Cycle which converts ozone back to oxygen after the completion of a sterilization cycle. The Ozilla sterilizer is designed for use in sealed cabinets or rooms, and is not to be used in open spaces where people and animals are present because ozone gas can be harmful to humans and animals when allowed to rise to high concentrations. Ozone toxicity is dependent on concentration and length of exposure. The following table summarizes the acceptable limits cited by OSHA (Occupational Safety & Health Administration
||Maximum Exposure Time Considered Acceptable
|Up to 0.2 mg/m3
||Current OSHA standard for ozone is 0.1 ppm averaged over an eight-hour work shift (equivalent to 0.2 mg/m3)
|The guidelines below are provided by ACGIH (American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienists) and are listed on the OSHA website
||No more than 2 hours exposure
||8 hours per day exposure doing light work
||8 hours per day exposure doing moderate work
||8 hours per day exposure doing heavy work
Ozone gas has a distinctive chlorine-like odor and is detectable to most users at about 0.02-0.04 mg/m 3 (or 0.01-0.02 ppm), well below what are considered potentially harmful exposure levels. Users should use the suggested Maximum Exposure Times for general guidance. If users experience symptoms of acute ozone exposure, such as irritated eyes or breathing difficulties or irritations, users should immediately turn the sterilization cycle off (by pressing [RUN] button), then run a scrub cycle as indicated in the Owner’s Manual. Alternatively, users can turn the Ozilla device off and airing the affected area until the odor of ozone is no longer detectable. Affected individuals should be treated as necessary.