How to Use Ozone Generator for Fire Restoration

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How to Use Ozone Generator for Fire Restoration
Sometimes no matter how much the area is ventilated or cleaned, the lingering smell of smoke just won’t go away. Follow this step-by-step guide to learn how to effectively treat smoke damage in impacted areas with an ozone generator.
  1. To begin, remove all burnt and chard materials from the home.

  2. The A7K Air Ozone Generator is the best resource for removing smoke odors.

  3. This process will take a couple of days to complete.

  4. First, identify the room with the worst smoke odor. 

  5. Next, place the unit in the middle of the room and turn on both plates.

  6. Have the fan set on high with a 4-hour timer and have the timer repeat every hour to maximize the amount of ozone in the room.

  7. An oscillating fan would be beneficial to help move the ozone throughout the whole room.

  8. Run the unit for 1 day or ½ a day before moving on to the next room.

  9. Once the process has finished oxidizing the smoke molecules in the air, move the unit into the next room and repeat the process beginning with Step #5.

  10. Continue to repeat this process until all smoke smells are oxidized.

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Please Note: Be sure to only use your ozone generator in an unoccupied area. Our units produce high amounts of ozone. It is not safe to run the unit in an occupied area for more than 1 minutes. Be sure to remove any valuable items, pets and/or plants before you use the ozone generator. Do not breathe in ozone directly.



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