At the heart of our solutions is the creation and use of trioxygen (O3), which is 100% natural and effectively replaces an ever-increasing dependency on damaging and harmful chemicals.
David Thurston is the founder of GreenTeck Global and he has worked for the best part of a decade in the design and manufacture of trioxygen generators.
David has a wealth of international experience and an industry-leading reputation in this very specialised sector having worked in the US and China and with one of the largest ozone manufacturers in Central America – Ozone Solutions.
Trioxygen when it is created in the environment is referred to as ‘Mother Nature’s own oxidiser’ and its outstanding cleaning, stertilising, purifying and beneficial eco-friendly qualities have been recognised and utilised around the world for over 30 years, yet it is still relatively unknown in this country.
As a greener, cleaner and more effective alternative to chemicals, trioxygen is the most powerful steriliser known to man.
The innovative systems offered by GreenTeck Global will bring the ‘power’ of trioxygen to UK businesses and industries, delivering unprecedented levels of cleaning and control of odours, pathogens and bacteria.
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The air that we breathe is made up of two oxygen atoms – O2, we then add a third oxygen atom to create trioxygen – O3
It may sound all very futuristic and technical but in fact Mother Nature has been doing it to protect our planet since time began.
In the environment trioxygen is known as ozone. The ozone layer
protects the earth from harmful sunrays, and the clean, fresh smell you sense after a lightning storm is due to the ozone produced by the lightning.
In essence, we recreate the same effect as lightning to produce trioxygen.
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We refer to it affectionately as the ‘Munching Molecule’ in that the third oxygen atom effectively detaches itself and ‘eats’ odours, pathogens and bacteria.