Poultry processors are constantly looking for more effective ways to keep birds, facilities, and equipment clean and free from dangerous contamination. Microbial disinfection is essential for consumer safety with ever-growing global consumer demand.

With ozone’s ability to be used in gaseous and aqueous applications and at most steps in poultry lifecycle and processing, it provides distinct advantages over other disinfectants for poultry producers. Ozone is ideal for hatcheries, feed mills, grow-out, first and second processing, warehouse, and even trailer washout.

Our extensive ozone generator line addresses contamination at each stage of processing. From products to eliminate odor and airborne contaminants (Airzone) to aqueous ozone generators for various environments (Waterzone Series, Waterzone SE Series, Waterzone IS Series), and combination aqueous/gaseous units (Dualzone), we offer products in numerous configurations.

Ozone Benefits for Poultry Processing & Storage:

  • Approved by the FDA, USDA and supported by the National Organic Program
  • Removes airborne microbiological and improves odors
  • No harmful chemical residues that require a final rinse
  • 3000x more germicidal than chlorine
  • Lower cost of wastewater disposal
  • Instant pathogen destruction
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  • Environmentally friendly
  • Ethylene removal
  • Longer shelf life

We understand no two operations are the same. Our design and consultancy services enable you to tailor a system to your specifications. From evaluating your current system to assuring accurate sizing to installation oversight, our engineering and design team can help you at any project stage.


Scientific Publications
Effect of Different Disinfectants on Bacterial Aerosol Diversity in Poultry Houses
The Addition of ViriditecTM Aqueous Ozone to Peracetic Acid as an Antimicrobial Spray Increases Air Quality While Maintaining Salmonella Typhimurium, Non- pathogenic Escherichia coli, and Campylobacter jejuni Reduction on Whole Carcasses
Antimicrobial Efficacy of Aqueous Ozone and Ozone–Lactic Acid Blend on Salmonella-Contaminated Chicken Drumsticks Using Multiple Sequential Soaking and Spraying Approaches