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Break Free From Viruses & Bacteria

Scientists from Fujita Health University in Japan told a news conference recently that they have proven that low-level ozone in concentrations of 0.05 to 1.0 parts per million (ppm) is effective in neutralising coronavirus particles without causing harm to humans.

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Ozone is effective in neutralising coronavirus

Low concentrations of ozone could be key to neutralising the spread of coronavirus in healthcare settings such as examination rooms and waiting areas, according to the Japanese researchers. This new development provides healthcare providers, households and businesses an alternative method to disinfect and keep their premises safe from the virus without the use of chemicals.

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Increased use of chemicals to disinfect led to accidental poisonings

Since the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) noted a sharp rise in accidental poisonings relating to disinfectants and cleaning products, among young children. The increased use of chemicals for disinfection and the effects it will have on our health is becoming a concern.

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A chemical-free & sustainable solution

Powered by Cerafusion™ Technology, Medklinn Air+Surface Sterilizers create Active Oxygen (made up of negative ions + controlled level of ozone) in your living spaces to safely and effectively sterilize your air and surfaces without the use of any chemicals.

Many studies have already proven the effectiveness of ozone (O3) in deactivating viruses while more recent studies have shown that it is also effective against MERS, SARS, and related Coronavirus infections.


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Always ON Safety 24/7

This means that by operating a Medklinn Air+Surface Sterilizer in your indoor space, 99.9% of viruses and bacteria can be continuously eliminated 24/7 from the air that you are sharing and most importantly, all of surfaces that you or anybody else touch – table tops, chairs, plush toys, bedding, furniture, common tools and utensils.

Other References

1. A. M. Elvis and J. S. Ekta, “Ozone therapy: A clinical review”, Jan-Jun 2011.,

2. Process Engineering, “Ozone truths and myths”, Oct 2005.

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