Advanced Oxidation System (AOS) Certified technology from Dow Microbial Control turns air into ozone and mixes it with water into a powerful sanitizer to control surface and airborne pathogens. Able to infiltrate hard-to-reach problem areas—even in dry environments—the automated system will sanitize your entire production space safely and economically.
What it is.
A proprietary whole room system that delivers a Dow-certified treatment to sanitize all surfaces and the air. The treatment:
▸ Goes deep into every corner, even penetrating hidden areas in equipment, drains, vents and niches
▸ Is effective against bacteria, viruses, yeasts and molds—even endemic pathogens such as Listeria monocytogenes, Escherichia coli and Salmonella ssp.
▸ Introduces an additional hurdle against unwanted microbes in food and beverage manufacturing environments
How it works.
AOS Certified technology uses 1) ambient air to generate ozone and 2) water to provide a non-condensing humid atmosphere that together produce one of the fastest and most effective penetrative whole room sanitization systems. Each system:
▸ Complements conventional cleaning and sanitization practices
▸ Is custom engineered to perform within your plant’s space and operating constraints
Why it’s better.
The fully automated process:
▸ Integrates with your plant and operating environment
▸ Is consistently monitored in real time and certified by Dow
▸ Produces standardized reports and data for audit purposes
▸ Requires no capital expense or chemical purchases
▸ Sanitizes problematic, hard-to-reach areas
▸ Is suitable for wet or dry facilities
▸ Leaves no chemical residue or microorganism-friendly environments behind
Vaporous ozone delivered by AOS Certified technology provides unequaled microbial control.
About Dow Microbial Control.
AOS Certified technology comes from the global leader in advanced, sustainable microbial control. Dow Microbial Control is committed to making sustainability an easy business decision by:
▸ Helping customers throughout the world take control of their microbial challenges
▸ Combining world-class innovation with local know-how for the triple bottom line—people, planet and profit
▸ Offering sustainable choices that do their job, then go away without harming the environment, workers or the community