Quail Systems Partners with Stanford University’s Residential and Dining Services

May 14, 2020



Earlier this year, Stanford University’s Residential and Dining Services installed multiple units of the Quality Food Preparation Series from Quail Systems, LLC, a leader in ozone generators that protect the food chain from farm to fork. “We’re excited to be able to share the Quail team’s decades of knowledge, research and experience to allow Stanford […]

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Quail Systems Receives Second Federal Patent for its Refrigerated Transport Series

May 1, 2020



The United States Patent and Trademark Office recently approved a second patent for Quail Systems LLC’s method for ozone generation, wireless communication, monitoring and remote access featured in the Refrigerated Transport Series. Additionally, the patent protects Quail’s method for installing the Refrigerated Transport Series in an enclosed airspace. The first patent approval, which was granted […]

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Vicari Italian Grill

February 3, 2020



CORINTH, Mississippi — Vicari Italian Grill owner John Mabry feels even more confident about the quality of food he serves now that he’s been using the Quail Quality Food Preparation Series for nearly a year.   Immediately after the installation of the ozone generator, Mabry noticed additional benefits including a longer shelf life for produce […]

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Power of Ozone Injected into Water

November 14, 2019



When ozone is injected into water it kills numerous pathogens including — Swine Flu, Hepatitis-A, norovirus, listeria, salmonella and E. coli — faster and more effectively than any other disinfectant. More effective than chlorine, ozonated water creates a 5-log kill instantaneously of salmonella and E. coli cells and a 4-log kill of listeria. Ozone is […]

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What is Ozone?

October 30, 2019



You’ve probably heard of ozone — most notably the ozone layer, which protects us from the sun’s ultraviolet rays. But did you also know ozone is one of nature’s most powerful cleaners?   The oxygen we breathe is continuously converted into ozone either by ultraviolet light from the sun or by lightning, during storms. The […]

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