South Dakota Patent of the Month – May 2021

Lots of cleaning products have spray nozzles which produce ozonated water. Ozone is a pretty common sanitizer, able to destroy mold or allergens when gaseous. However, it can quickly become toxic in this form. When used in water, the ozone remains a disinfectant while being safe enough to ingest. Professional Server Certification Corp. has designed a unique insert that can easily generate ozonated water.

The device has an insertable member that connects the spray head to the bottle portion. An ozonator element is coupled to the insert with an electrical cable. The ozonator is submerged within the liquid content of the bottle. The insert powers the ozonator, creating ozonated liquid which can then be sprayed out of the spray head. The ozonator needs just 2 minutes to effectively ozonate the liquid, which remains that way for about 2 hours. This method provides ready-to-use, ozonated cleaning solutions with minimal hassle. In addition, since the device is just the top portion, it can be attached to any standard bottle. 

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