Understanding ZONO Technology

Using One of

Nature’s Most Powerful Oxidizers

How does ZONO technology work? To start, you must be familiar with ozone.

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) defines ozone as a “very strong oxidant and virucide” used most commonly to disinfect wastewater. A virucide is something that has the capacity to destroy or inactivate viruses. Wastewater treatment plants generate ozone onsite to inactivate and destruct pathogenic organisms that are present in wastewater to ensure there is no spread of waterborne diseases. The same characteristics of ozone that make it an effective wastewater treatment option are what make it ideal for use in ZONO technology. 

Ozone has been used as a disinfectant and sanitizer since the early 1900s, and it is used by the ZONO Disinfecting & Sanitizing Cabinet. The ZONO generates ozone and humidity inside the airtight cabinet using electricity, ambient air, and tap water—no harmful or harsh liquid chemicals.

Why was the ZONO designed to use ozone?


  • has a simple ingredient list compared to alternatives—only oxygen!
  • penetrates where spray sanitizers cannot reach (padding and fabric).
  • does not damage fabric or padding (unlike chlorine bleach sanitizers).
  • sanitizes non-washable items.
  • eliminates the use of hot water.
  • reduces offensive odors from bacteria and virus decomposition.
  • does not damage paper, wood, metal, glass, and most plastics.
ZONO Disinfecting & Sanitizing Cabinet

ZONO Technology Is Lab Verified

Meeting Industry Standards and Requirements

The safety of our clients and the environment is our number one priority when it comes to the ZONO. Our equipment has been verified in independent testing by the Aerobiology Laboratory Associates in December 2010 and by the University of Georgia’s Center for Food Safety at the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences in February 2011.

ZONO’s Disinfecting+ and Sanitizing* Capabilities

Technology That Will Transform Your Environment

The ZONO cabinet’s technology, ease of use, and effectiveness is a game-changer for many types of organizations, including:

  • Senior care communities and assisted living facilities
  • Early learning centers, preschools, and child care centers
  • Child care facilities at colleges, universities, and hospitals
  • Homeless shelters and rescue missions
  • Churches and church nurseries

If you are ready to simplify your organization’s disinfection and sanitation process, please reach out to learn more about the ZONO.

+Norovirus on non-porous surfaces.

*Staphylococcus aureus, Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus aureus, Escherichia Coli, Streptococcus Pyogenes, Shigella dysenteriae, Salmonella Enteritidis, and Pseudomonas Aeruginosa on non-porous, semi-porous, and porous surfaces.