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Faraday launches Ozone-based disinfectant that makes food 100% safe from virus
Thursday, 06 August, 2020, 08 : 00 AM [IST]
Our Bureau, Bengaluru
Faraday Ozone, a leading manufacturer of ozone generators from Coimbatore, has launched Ozodip, a patented ozone-based food detoxifier. The company claims that the kitchen product uses ozone, a natural disinfectant, to remove all types of bacteria, viruses and other microorganisms from the surface of fruits, vegetables, fish, meat and other food products like cereals.

In addition, it also removes high concentrations of residual pesticides and chemicals effectively. Ozodip is a compact electrical product that generates ozone from the oxygen available in the atmosphere and uses it to detoxify the food. It can be easily fixed in a wall, and operated by anyone. It weighs only about 800 gram and requires just about 15 minutes for detoxification. It uses anywhere from 6-8W of power. It comes in three finishes. One is a black shiny metallic version. The second is a beige shiny metallic version, the third is a stainless-steel version.

The price range starts from Rs 5,999 and can be ordered from www.ozodip.in, and will be delivered at one’s doorstep within a week. It does not require any service or replacement parts.

Commenting about this innovative product, K Vivekanandan, managing director, Faraday Ozone, says that the product is the cleanest, safest and the most effective sterilising agent and its disinfection potential is 3,000 times faster than chlorine.

Also, the Ozone technology used in Ozodip, approved by US FDA, makes it an ideal product for the job. He takes pride in the fact that their two decades of R&D in ozone technology has come in handy in creating a product that is useful for the entire community in these difficult times.

The company has nearly 25 years of experience in designing and manufacturing ozone generators for air purification, water and wastewater treatment systems, electrical incinerators, vending machines and their accessories. It has about 15,000 customers for various ozone-based products from across 50 countries.
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