Ozilla ozone sterilizer

Ozilla™ Ozone Sterilizer

Laboratory sterilization system

The Ozilla™ is a high quality, compact and purpose-built ozone gas generator that is able to eliminate airborne and surface contaminants.

With its extra free radical oxygen molecule, ozone- a powerful and natural purifier 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.

BacteriaG. stearothermophilus
B. atrophaeus
B. subtilis
B. anthrax (and spores)
B. cereus
B. spizizenii
C. difficile
S. aureus
Propionibacterium acnes
S. pyogenes
Acinobacter baumannii
Enterococus faecalis
E. coli
Haemmophilus influenza
Klebesiella pneumonia
Legionella pneumophila
Pseudomonas aeruginosa
Mycobacterium smegmatis
S. mutans
S. epidermidis
S. and C. pneumoniae
B. anthrasis
C. trachomatis
VirusMurine Novovirus
Feline calicivirus (FCV)
FungusEurotium (Xerophile)
Cladosporium spp.*
Stachybotrys spp*
Aspergillus niger*

Elimination of E.coli

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):

Ozone Level(s)Maximum Exposure Time Considered Acceptable
Up to 0.2 mg/m3Current OSHA standard for ozone is 0.1 ppm averaged over an eight-hour work shift (equivalent to 0.2 mg/m3)
0.2 ppmNo more than 2 hours exposure
0.1 ppm8 hours per day exposure doing light work
0.08 ppm8 hours per day exposure doing moderate work
0.05 ppm8 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/m3 (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.