Ozone Cell vs Ozone Plate

Here at A2Z Ozone, our ozone generators utilize either an ozone cell or an ozone plate. Each has its own advantages and reasoning for why one is used over the other on certain units. In this post, we will dive in to some of the distinctions between the two technologies.

Ozone Cell

  • An ozone cell can be controlled more.

  • Because space is more limited, only a small amount of air can be in the cell.

  • Ozone cells lasts longer than ozone plates.

  • Units that utilize an ozone cell include the MP Series and Aqua-6.

  • All of our units have replaceable parts, watch the video below to see the replacement of an ozone cell:   

Ozone Plate

  • An ozone plate creates more ozone.

  • Air goes over the surface of an ozone plate, meaning a higher concentration is made with the oxygen converter.

  • While the plate doesn’t last as long, it can be replaced cheaply.

    • As a general rule of thumb, we recommend replacement plates after either 2 years or 2000 hours of use.
    • Replacement plates for the A7K a Air-7000 can be found by clicking here.
  • One unique feature of an A2Z Ozone plate is that it can be shaved, which is the only one on the market capable of this.

  • Ozone plate has a larger blower.

  • An ozone plate is more compressed, therefore hotter.

  • Units that have an ozone plate include A7K, Air-7000, and Air-3500.

  • All of our units have replaceable parts, watch the video below to see the replacement of an ozone plate:

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