Electrolytic Ozone for Laundry in Nursing Homes

The BES Ozonated Water System or OWS Series doesn’t just provide an ozone cleaning and disinfecting system — it does so with greater purity, more consistent water flow, and higher levels of ozone. As ozone is an effective sanitizer that can be used even in cold water to effectively clean linen, nursing homes stand to significantly save on energy and electricity costs by reducing the use of hot water requirements for laundry.

The OWS Series can be installed in laundry water lines to implement ozonated water into every segment of the laundry process in nursing homes. It pumps ozonated water that sanitizes the tap water running through the pipes of the nursing home — water that is used to not only clean all aspects of the laundry requirements but the actual washing machines themselves.

The OWS Series sanitizes the physical pipelines, as well as all of the water that passes through them. What’s more, the process eliminates biofilm or residue in the pipelines that lead into the washing machines, meaning only pure, clean water is dispersed into the laundry machines. This greatly reduces the mildew and mold in laundry rooms and on linens.

Washing with ozonated water means using one of the most powerful disinfectants available, but it also allows for washing in lukewarm and cold water. On top of this, the bleaching properties of ozone can reduce the amount of laundry detergent and other chemicals used, which in turn decreases the chemical discharge and pollutants produced with each laundry load. It’s not only good for the environment, but it also reduces the number of chemicals that come into contact with clothing. This means clothing and linens last longer.

The Benefits of Ozone Instead for Laundry

Longer lasting clothing is a nice benefit, but for some people, great looking clothing might be even more important. While ozone cannot replace bleach as a laundry bleaching agent, it’s possible to use less bleach and other detergents because ozone is a better catalyst for bleach than hot water. It not only reduces the use of bleach but in addition it helps reduce detergents, degreasers, and fabric softeners. However, bleach is still required to whiten, although less may be required depending on existing conditions within a facility.

Ozonated water has enough benefits that more nursing homes are implementing ozone into their sanitizing procedures. With nursing home residents among the most vulnerable to the COVID-19 virus, the need to implement efficient and cost-effective sanitation systems is critical. 

The BES Ozonated Water System or OWS Series doesn’t just provide an ozonation cleaning and disinfecting system — it does so with greater purity, more consistent water flow, and higher levels of ozone. As ozone is an effective sanitizer that can be used even in cold water to effectively clean linen, nursing homes stand to significantly save on energy and electricity costs by reducing the use of hot water requirements for laundry.

The OWS Series can be installed to laundry water lines to implement ozonated water into every segment of the laundry process in nursing homes. It pumps ozonated water that sanitizes the tap water running through the pipes of the nursing home — water that is used to not only clean all aspects of the laundry requirements but the actual washing machines themselves. 

The OWS Series sanitizes the physical pipelines, as well as all of the water that passes through them. What’s more, the process eliminates biofilm or residue in the pipelines that lead into the washing machines, meaning only pure, clean water is dispersed into the laundry machines. This greatly reduces the mildew and mold in laundry rooms and on linens.

Ozonated Water System/ OWS Series

Washing with ozonated water means using one of the most powerful disinfectants available, but it also allows for washing in lukewarm and cold water. On top of this, the bleaching properties of ozone can reduce the amount of laundry detergent and other chemicals used, which in turn decreases the chemical discharge and pollutants produced with each laundry load. It’s not only good for the environment, but it also reduces the number of chemicals that come into contact with clothing. This means clothing and linens last longer.

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