Ozone Laundry Systems - Official Ozone

Ozone Laundry Systems Technology Comparisons

All processes are not created equal! Just because you've made Ozone, doesn't mean you'll get enough into the water and in contact with your linens to do any good. So ... how do you get Ozone into your water?

Read More
Ozone Laundry Systems

Savings & Benefits

The system in action: Ozone Laundry Systems inject appropriate levels of ozone into cold water throughout the wash process. Ozone reacts quickly by dividing organic molecules in the water and causing soils to separate from fabric and disintegrate. The oxidization power of ozone then sterilizes and deodorizes more effectively, less expensively and more reliably than other current methods. Ozone then reverts back to its oxygen form, leaving no chemical residual.


  • OSHA guidelines for O3 in the workplace are based on time-weighted averages. Ozone levels should never exceed the following average: 0.10 ppm (parts per million) for 8 hours per day exposure. The OSHA website cites several ACGIH (American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienists) guidelines for ozone in the workplace:
    0.2 ppm for no more than 2 hours exposure
    0.1 ppm for 8 hours per day exposure doing light work
    0.08 ppm for 8 hours per day exposure doing moderate work
    0.05 ppm for 8 hours per day exposure doing heavy work


OLS only hires dissolved ozone gas in microscopic bubble size. Un-dissolved or gas phase ozone has unpredictable reaction rates, creates safety risks, can potentially damage linen or equipment and can’t be sent to a job site in measurable fashion. In short, OLS considers gas phase ozone to be uncontrollable thugs capable of doing more harm than good in a laundry. OLS shows gas phase ozone no mercy. If you aren’t dissolved in the water in micro-bubble form, you are stripped from the water and sent mercilessly to an ozone destroyer. Click here to read our story as told by our own OZzy Ozone.