HOW DOES OZONE KILL CORONAVIRUSES?
Coronaviruses are classified as “enveloped viruses”, which are susceptible to “Physio-chemical challenges”. Their exterior can't stand up to long exposure to ozone. They don't like being exposed to it even a little bit.
Ozone damages the outer shell by a process called oxidation. This in turn leaves the virus vulnerable. Ozone keeps eroding and eventually breaks through to the core, damaging the viral RNA. This destroys the virus.
Exposing Coronaviruses to a sufficient ozone dose (parts per million and time), can result in them being 99% damaged or destroyed.