Following these tips is a great way to guarantee success when using an air ozone generator for odor removal and shock treatments. Keep in mind, ozone may not be the best option for all situations.
- Before beginning ozone treatments, make sure the room is completely sealed, including vents.
- Place the unit in the center of the room to ensure ozone is dispersed evenly.
- Mold removal requires 7000 mg/hour of ozone output to be effective.
- Ozone has a half-life of 30 minutes, meaning ozone will dissipate after this amount of time has passed.
- Do not ozonate a freshly painted room as the ozone can have an adverse reaction with chemicals in the paint.
- Ozone plates should be replaced after 2 years or 2000 hours of use.
- Depending on the unit, oxygen generators or tanks can be used to produce an even purer ozone.
To eliminate odors, we recommend the Air Series.
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.