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What are the disadvantages of ozone disinfection?


The implementation of ozone disinfection can be costly due to the equipment and resources required.

Space Disinfection 0zone Generator for Agriculture is challenging to accurately control the amount of ozone released for disinfection. If the concentration is too low, it may not be effective in killing bacteria and viruses. Conversely, if the concentration is too high, it can pose hazards to humans.

Ozone is not stable in water and cannot maintain residual ozone for a long time. This means that continuous or repeated dosing may be necessary to maintain the desired level of disinfection.

Affected by water quality: When ozone is used for water disinfection, the presence of organic matter in the water can increase the ozone consumption, leading to higher disinfection costs.

Potential hazards to humans: If the ozone concentration is not controlled within safe limits, prolonged exposure can irritate the respiratory tract, digestive tract, or nervous system of humans.

Limited contact time: For effective disinfection, ozone requires a certain amount of contact time with the microorganisms. If the contact time is insufficient, the disinfection may not be complete.

In summary, while ozone disinfection has many advantages, it also has some disadvantages that need to be taken into consideration when deciding whether to use it for a particular application.

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