If you are just now researching ozone generators, you have probably come across terms you do not understand. Use this terminology guide to learn about the terms we use daily here at A2Z Ozone.
- Ozonate (and ozonating) – the treatment or combination of a substance/compound with the use of ozone
- Ozonated water – water that has been disinfected through the process of ozonation
- Corona Discharge – a electrical discharge brought on by the ionization of a fluid (air & water) surrounding a conductor that is electrically charged
- Shelf Life – the length of time for which an item remains usable, fit for consumption, or saleable
- Diffuser Stone – device used to evenly distribute ozone into water, air, and oil
- Check Valve – a device that allows fluid (liquid or gas) to flow through it in only one direction; shows the direction of ozone flow from the nozzle to water
- Venturi Injector – a device that is used to inject a small amount of one fluid into the flow of another fluid
- Silica Air Dryer – device that is attached to ozone generators to remove water and condensation; helps relieve issues in ozone generators such as humidity, mildew, and corrosion
- Ozone Destructor – device used for industrial ozone generators with high output to keep ozone out of the air after use
- ppm (Parts Per Million) – term commonly used to describe the concentration of a solution in water or soil; one ppm is equivalent to 1 milligram of something per liter of water (mg/l) or kilogram soil (mg/kg)
- ppb (Parts Per Billion) – term commonly used to measure the concentration of a contaminant in soils and sediments; the number of units of mass of a contaminant per 1000 million units of total mass
- Application (as pertains to ozone) – How ozone can be used to benefit everyday life
- Ozonator – a portable, multi-purpose ozone generator that is used to ozonate water to clean vegetables, bathe, drink, and perform house chores
- Ozone Generator – a device used to produce ozone to kill pathogens through oxidization
- Ozone half-life – the time taken for ozone to fall to half its original value
- Ozonolysis – an organic reaction where the unsaturated bonds of azo compounds are split with ozone
- Residual chemicals – leftover chemicals after the ozonation process.
- ORP (Oxidation-Reduction Potential) – a measure of the cleanliness of water and its ability to break down contaminants; range of -2000 to +2000
- O3 - Colorless and water-soluble gas having a chlorine-like odor, formed in the upper atmosphere by the action of solar radiation on oxygen; another form of Oxygen where three atoms merge to form the Oxygen molecule as opposed to two
- Ozone Solubility – the property of an Ozone solute to dissolve in a solid, liquid, or gaseous solvent; Ozone gas is 13 times more soluble in water than Oxygen gas
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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.