Archive of: Ozone Faucets

  • Understanding Ozone for your home

    Understanding Ozone for your home by Kate Stevens

    Ozone is increasing in popularity in U.S. residential water treatment as an alternative to chlorine and potassium permanganate disinfection. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved ozone for bottled water production and now is available for home use.

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  • Y-Shaped Ozone Faucet

    Y-Shaped Ozone Faucet by Kate Stevens

    When ozone contacts bacteria, it destroys the membrane layer causing it to disintegrate. The bacteria- killing ability of ozone is 200 times stronger than chlorine. The y shaped ozone faucet fits in perfectly to your kitchen and provides antibacterial water on demand.

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  • Pulldown Ozone Faucet

    Pulldown Ozone Faucet by Kate Stevens

    The uses for the ozone faucet are limitless. Food preparation is the main use to remove pesticides and bacteria from vegetables, meats and seafood so it it is safe and lasts longer.

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  • 10 Second External Ozone Faucet

    10 Second External Ozone Faucet by Kate Stevens

    Investing in an ozone faucet quickly pays for itself: You will have lower electricity bills from not using hot water to clean, is it needs to be above 60°C to be generally effective. The Cashido 10 second external faucet is extreme user friendly and effective in delivering the right amount of ozone to you right in your own home.

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  • The best way to get rid of bacteria is not with antibacterial soap

    The best way to get rid of bacteria is not with antibacterial soap by Kate Stevens

    It may come as a surprise that last last year the FDA released a statement that antibacterial soap is unhealthy. The reason for this is the study that uncovered that the main ingredient in antibacterial soap, triclosan is unhealthy for you and ineffective in killing bacteria.

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  • You will never believe how simple it is to keep your kitchen germ free

    You will never believe how simple it is to keep your kitchen germ free by Kate Stevens

    The water is refreshing to drink, but I always glass bottle it from the tap and let sit for about 30 mins before drinking. Certainly tastes great. Every home should have one for better health.

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