Perhaps you have arrived here because you are looking for information about the price of industrial hydrogen peroxide. It’s not really a product that requires a large investment to purchase, especially when compared to its uses, its applications and effectiveness.

For some time now, it has been common to hear all kinds of virtues related to ozone disinfection. Today, we would like to highlight some comparative points, according to some studies carried out.

Ozone and hydrogen peroxide

In both cases, chemical disinfection is oxidative and has a very high reactivity.

The virucidal power makes the difference, which in the case of hydrogen peroxide reaches a very good level, compared to ozone which is not low, but does not reach the same level.

Its residual effect in the case of ozone is also noteworthy; it only takes seconds or at most a few minutes, and in the case of hydrogen peroxide it can last up to six days.

In terms of toxicity, it is important to note that hydrogen peroxide has low levels for humans, while ozone, depending on the presentation, can cause respiratory toxicity (1 mgr/l) and even pulmonary oedema (9 mgr/l).

If we focus on surfaces, ozone can be very reactive and it can damage electronic equipment to a greater or lesser degree.

Many experts warn against the use of ozone as a disinfectant, urging the use of other products.

Proven safety and effectiveness

In the case of hydrogen peroxide, its applications, its uses, its degree of toxicity or contamination have been demonstrated. We cannot help but reflect that it is a powerful disinfectant that is also biodegradable.

Finally, Solimix would like to remind you that hydrogen peroxide is included in the list of disinfectant products of the Spanish Ministry of Health, but ozone is not.

If you need more information or you are interested in the basic formulation of industrial hydrogen peroxide that we can offer you from Solimix, do not hesitate to contact us.