Brend Hotels is a family run group of 11 luxury hotels based across Devon and Cornwall. Whilst every hotel is individual, each delivers the same high levels of services to their clients, Mark Brace, Group Food Safety Manager, was already operating Ozofresh’s Catalyst ozone generating machines in two of the hotels.
Protecting residents from the COVID 19 pandemic is right at the top of every care and nursing home’s agenda. When used correctly, ozone is scientifically proven to kill coronavirus. Indeed, ozone has been used successfully across the care sector to minimise the threat to the sick and elderly.
Camellia Healthcare operates three successful nursing homes along the south coast of England. With the pandemic causing havoc to the industry and massively impacting on the safety of residents, owner Karim Rajan was determined to make his homes as safe as possible by introducing robust infection control measures.
Social media is awash with false claims about killing the virus causing COVID-19. We prefer to put our trust in science. Which is why we were so pleased to read the news announced from the Nara Medical University in Japan.
Yes, entirely safe when used correctly and in line with our operating instructions. Ozofresh generators are designed and built to specifically avoid any health risks that might be present in other machines.
Norovirus has been a much publicised problem due to how highly contagious it is, especially in busy and warm environments, such as hospitals and nursing homes. It leaves the sufferer feeling extremely unwell for 24-60 hours with projectile vomiting, diarrhoea, headaches, stomach cramps, fever and muscle pain.
Ozone consists of three adjoined oxygen atoms, and is therefore referred to as O3, in the same way that oxygen (O2) consists of two oxygen atoms. Ozone is not very prominent in our atmosphere yet it plays a vital role in our day-to-day lives. It is invisible although when concentrated enough it takes on a blue tinge.