The more the merrier during the holidays! That is – if you’re ready for them. If you have a last-minute addition to the guest list and need to make sure your guest room doesn’t smell like it’s been closed off for a good while, the use of an ozone generator can help. Using an ozone generator is by no means just a quick fix for the last moment. Ozone generators will make sure your guest room smells fresh all the time. Whether it’s been closed up for a while or now it’s the pet’s room, the air in your room can be freshened up in a matter of hours!
To ensure your guests have the best experience possible, follow the instructions below. Our A7K, Air-7000, or Air-3500 can be used for this application.
- Before turning on your unit, remove all valuables, plants, and/or pets from the room so they do not come into direct contact with ozone.
- Place the unit into the room and turn the unit on full power while selecting the appropriate time setting on your unit. This will also vary slightly depending on your unit. For example, an A7K is stronger and will take less time than an Air-3500.
Room Size Estimated Time:
- Be sure to leave the room immediately after your unit begins producing ozone and only return to the room once the ozone has dissipated.
Keep in mind to let the ozone dissipate properly before re-entering the room. If the smell of ozone is still strong after this amount of time has passed, open windows to air out the building.
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When operating an ozone generator, please remember to remove people, pets, and plants from the area. Be sure to leave the area being treated immediately and only return once the ozone has dissipated. Under most conditions, the treated area should be safe to return to 30 minutes to 1 hour after the unit stops producing ozone. Treated spaces or buildings should be well-ventilated prior to re-entry.
In case of accidental leakage of ozone, keep the ozone generator in a
well- ventilated area.
Ozone generators emit ozone. Do not inhale ozone.
Ozone generators generate high voltage.
Our ozone generators are designed and distributed by A2Z Ozone, Inc. in Louisville, Kentucky USA. EPA Est.: 95432-KY-1. Produced and made in China.