O3-NEX offers guaranteed procedure and results, as the sanitizing process is entirely guided by the special SENSOR.
The Special Sensor analyses the concentration rate of the gas fed into the vehicle interior until the ideal threshold is reached,
WHY IS SANITATION OF THE DRIVER’S COMPARTMENT SO IMPORTANT?
Viruses, bacteria and moulds can lurk in upholstery and A/C circuit of any vehicles entering your workshop.
For your safety, and for the safety of your employees and customers, a thorough sanitation of the vehicle interior
is recommended and more valid than ever before.
THE SYSTEM ALSO ELIMINATES BAD ODOUR CAUSED BY BACTERIA, FUNGI AND MOULDS LURKING IN THE VEHICLE INTERIOR.
OZONE (O3), widely used to disinfect sanitary facilities, makes viruses that may be found on surfaces inert, while sterilizing the vehicle interior to remove moulds and bacteria.
STAND ALONE system, always ready for use
The BRAIN BEE system is made up of a high-capacity (3,000 mg/h) portable OZONE GENERATOR, combined with the exclusive SENSOR, at the core of the system, which analyses, calculates and guides all the sanitizing operations.
Every environment is different as to how and how long ozone emission should be handled, depending on the specific volume of air, temperature and humidity.
Setting a timer is not enough! Time should only be considered once the proper saturation level has been reached inside the vehicle interior.
This task is handled by the special SENSOR, which in fact measures several parameters and calculates exactly when the sanitation process starts.
Control ensured by the SENSOR prevents all those circumstances that may jeopardize the final result: excessive amount of gas, failure to reach proper saturation, or inadequate saturation times.
Thanks to the accurate measurement ensured by the sensor, you always get the best results, which can then be documented on a SANITATION REPORT to deliver to your customers
Used since 2003 for disinfection and sterilization in water
bottling processes, it is regulated for food use by Directive
2003/40 / EC of the EFSA commission of 16 May 2003.