Solutions in Ozone
Since 2001 in the market, we are leaders in Latin America in the treatment of water and air with ozone technology. Panozon operates in several markets offering technology for the application of ozone in the treatment of water and effluents, food treatment, disinfection and decontamination of environments, among others.
Located in Piracicaba – SP, the company’s structure has two factories and a specialized team, capable of identifying and guiding the best solutions for each demand.
Panozon systems are produced with patented technology and 100% national, which ensures greater control of processes and the best cost for its customers. Panozon is a member of the International Ozone Association (IOA), and its products follow the most rigorous international standards for the use of ozone, which guarantees safety, efficiency and also contributes to the sustainability of the planet.
Our history began to be written by the founder and CEO, the engineer Carlos Heise. He started the company in 2000, investing in research, with the objective of making it possible to treat water with ozone technology in the country. The quality of the ozone generators brought results: in the early years, Panozon started partnerships with large companies, such as Ambev, including exporting to other countries in Latin America.
Since then, we have invested every year in research and development, producing more efficient and higher quality equipment. Currently, we have almost 100 employees and we export to several countries. Our preferred case was the delivery of 4,500 pieces of equipment to Congo, between 2013 and 2015. Read more below!
Provide solutions to improve health and the environment using sustainable technology.
To always be a national reference in the use of ozone as a sustainable technology.
• Respect • Discipline • Trust • Quality • Ethics • Success
with Panozon for small tribes
in the Republic of the Congo
Leader in the segment of water and air treatment with ozone technology, Panozon is proud to have won an international tender for treat water from wells in the Republic of Congo, where 4,500 pieces of equipment were sent. With 100% renewable energy and 100% ecological treatment, it was possible to bring drinking water to several tribes and communities.