The ZONO uses ultraviolet light and ambient air (air inside the sealed cabinet) to create ozone and uses water to create humidity.
Ozone is a colorless gas. The characteristic odor is often described as the smell of electrical sparks or lightening. The ozone decomposes to oxygen in the sanitizer.
Water, a colorless, odorless and flavorless liquid is used to create humidity.
Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS)
The MSDS provides information on proper and safe handling of the ZONO in occupational environments. The MSDS is not applicable to consumer use of the ZONO. We have included all precautions, health effects, and first aid statements in our operating manual and in our labeling on the ZONO.
At Zonosanitech, your safety and the safety of the environment are our top priorities. We work to provide you with accurate instructions and warnings and first-aid and safety information to ensure that when you use the ZONO, as instructed, you will be safe.
Before operating the ZONO, always read the Owners Manual and all labeling. The Owners Manual and labeling are guides for safe and effective use of the ZONO.
ZONOsanitech is registered as a “Pest Control Device” under EPA Establishment Number 86882-GA-01.