Thanks for joining the conversation.
The BioZone blog provides the latest BioZone news, customer success spotlights, product information, posts by guest bloggers, survey and poll results, and sneak peeks of upcoming disinfection solutions.
Please feel free to share any of this information with anyone who you think it will benefit.
Ice Machine Cleanliness in Educational Facilities is a serious issue for parents, educators, and students alike, and it costs millions of dollars per year.
Properly sanitizing an ice machine can be a time consuming and labor intensive process, which is why it is so often neglected or improperly completed.
Ice machine operators have been fighting a losing battle against slime in their ice machines.
We’ve spent a lot of time writing and taking about the dangers of improperly sanitized ice machines; but what about ice machine cleaning frequency?
Owning and operating an ice machine can seem like a chore. The consequences, however, of improperly maintaining an ice machine can be disastrous.
Slime in the ice machine, also known as yeast, mold, biofilm, organic growth, and biological pollution, can come in all different color, shapes and sizes.
For restaurant operators, ice machine sanitation can become a numbers game. One Florida child’s science fair project became a nationwide ABC News story.
Of all the places ice machines have found themselves over the years, one of the most highly scrutinized is their place in schools.
BioZone Scientific International is proud to be selected as the winner of this year’s “Florida Companies to Watch” award.
For many companies, manual ice machine maintenance seems like the only viable option for maintaining their ice machines. Publicly, ice machine manufacturers recommend cleaning an ice machine only once or twice a year. Does this seem like enough? Anyone who has ever...
There is an old saying that any publicity is good publicity, but when your restaurant is being filmed by the local news, an unsanitary ice machine is really bad publicity.
A trade-only event, Fine Food New Zealand focuses on the food service, hospitality, and retail industries.
Ice machine cleaning is no easy task. Ice machines installed in common settings, such as restaurants, can become contaminated by bacteria, fungus, mold, and yeast in both the air and water. This cocktail of contaminants is known as biofilm, or slime. Biofilm can...
A contaminated hospital ice macine was responsibie for the death of one patient and the sickness of two others. Learn more.
BioZone Scientific was presented with the Kitchen Innovations Award for IceZone X, a scalable ice machine sanitation solution.
QR codes on all products from BioZone Scientific International will facilitate post-sales support and service, beginning in Q2 2014
Frozen Food Gift Group Inc. announces partnership with BioZone to launch groundbreaking new ice machine sanitation solution: IceZone
BioZone Scientific International launches IceZone® X to help restaurant owners and operators reduce ice machine cleanings by up to 75%.
IceZone® X, manufactured by Orlando, FL-based BioZone Scientific, will be showcased at the 2013 NAFEM from February 7th-9th.
BioZone's Disinfection Technology Solutions
improve the quality of people’s lives in a variety of places, including homes, offices, restaurants, airports, washrooms, and hospitals.
Click below to read more about the practical application of these amazing technologies.
BioZone Scientific designs and manufactures ultraviolet light commercial and industrial applications, creating systems for virus disinfection and sanitation, preventative maintenance, and odor control solutions.
Headquartered in Orlando, Florida, we serve clients globally, with offices in 5 countries on 3 continents.
+44 (0)7399 200589
+44 (0)7399 200589