World Health Organization:
60% of all allergies are caused by mold.
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA):
Mold grows in virtually every air conditioner.
International Ozone Association:
Ozone is very effective at killing mold.
Important must-see Video: 6 min
News report: The Hidden Dangers of Mold
“Mold has the potential to cause health problems”…
Inhaling or touching mold spores may cause allergic reactions”
…Allergic reactions to mold are common.”
…In addition “mold exposure can irritate the eyes,
skin, nose, throat, and lungs.”
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA )
Tests have shown that common household mold, bacteria, mildew, and
fungus are greatly reduced by the addition of as little as 50 ppb (parts per billion)
of ozone in typical household environments.
Source: Air –Zone
Waxman’s Activated Oxygen Ozone (O3) Treatments are
capable of producingup to 200 ppm (parts per million)
Tests performed by independent laboratories: Pathogens such as, but
not limited to, E-Coli, Salmonella Choleraesuis, Staphylococcus Aureua,
Candida Albicans, and Aspergillus Niger have been shown to havedrastic
reductions in population when exposed to oz one, in.
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1) Penn State University:
Results of E coli exposed to airborne ozone as performed
Additional research from Penn State University:
Airborne concentrations of ozone highly effective at disinfecting surfaces.
Bactericidal Effects of High Airborne Ozone Concentrations on
Escherichia coli Staphylococcus aureus
Excerpt: "The results presented here demonstrate that high degrees of
bacterial sterilization can be achieved with airborne ozone. . . .
The results suggest that efficient sterilization of air streams could be
accomplished in a matter of seconds by the use of ozone."
2) The Russian Academy of Medical Sciences:
Effectiveness of Ozone
Additional Ozone / Bacterial / Spore Tests
Off Site Ozone Killing Bacteria / Mold Studies Links
3) University of Pennsylvania:
E coli bacteria will be killed at average 0.28 ppm ozone
concentration within two hours.
WaxMan Richard is capable of producing up to 200.00 ppm
4 ) Los Alamos National Laboratory:
The Deactivation of Dirty Spores (including Anthrax) by Ozone
5) Air-Zone Ozone Research at Output 6500 mg/hr.
Ozone concentrations within 0.10 ppm and 0.40 ppm will kill most
any bacteria or viruses in a relatively short period of time.
The ozone generator was found to easily obtain an ozone concentration level of
at least 0.30 ppm within 10 minutes of operation, no matter where in the room
the unit was placed, or where the ozone concentration was measured.
Ozone Output of 6500 mg/hr will
kill 99% of all E coli bacteria, in a 1700 cubic foot room within
a time period of 60-90 minutes.
WaxMan Richard uses 3,500 mg/hr-10,5000 mg/hr.
Higher ozone output/hr means less time to remove coli bacteria and
pathogens, as well as mold bacteria, germs and odor.
Source: Air-Zone, Test conducted 10/01
6) The Institute of Medicine (IOM):
“Sufficient evidence” links mold exposure
“to upper respiratory track symptoms,
cough and wheeze in otherwise healthy people.”…and
“respiratory illness in otherwise healthy children.”
7) Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDS):
Symptoms of exposure to molds can include “nasal sniffles ,
eye irritation wheezing or skin irritation…fever and shortness of breath.”
8) The World Allergy Organization (WAO)
“Evidence is increasing that mold might be
a trigger for the development of asthma.”
The Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology 2012
The Hidden Dangers of Mold: 6 min news report:
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