A MUST DO: Ozone Shock Treatment!

A MUST DO: Ozone Shock Treatment!

December 24, 2017

Truth about ozone

Corporate America and the US Gov to some extent love to push expensive, disposable, completely ineffective (at removing the things in the air that can make you sick) HEPA filters down our throats. If you search for "ozone generators" in the search engines,  at least half of the top page results will be anti-ozone generator sites or air purifier vendors.  They will try to convince you not to buy an ozone generator and instead buy a HEPA air purifier. Why? The answers are obvious. International Corporations can't make money from a product that doesn't require a frequently needed not to mention expensive replacement part. Our government hates ozone for a different reason. They have a population control agenda. If everyone owned an ozone generator, they wouldn't be able to make you sick with their chemtrails, human-made viruses, or keep you from curing your cancer or another disease with ozone, so they try as they may to vilify ozone and convince you that three atoms of oxygen are smog. When I say "they" I mean the EPA and the medical establishment. The truth is that ozone is natures cleanser, and nature ONLY creates ozone when human-made pollutants or smoke from fires or volcanic eruptions is present in the atmosphere along with sunlight to break said pollutants down. Nature does this by splitting oxygen atoms when these conditions exist. No pollution, ozone isn't created. So why then does the EPA call ozone "smog"? Simple. To divert attention away from the Corporate polluters that pay taxes; mother nature doesn't.  Instead of measuring pollution, they measure the cleaner mother nature has created to break down and remove the contamination, and of course, the higher the pollution, the higher the ozone response.  Calling ozone smog is disingenuous at best, and overtly fraudulent disinformation if you think about it.

So why is an ozone shock treatment a "MUST DO" for your home? DESTRUCTION OF BIOLOGICALLY ACTIVE FECAL MATER! Before I got into ozone, I sold air purifiers and worked for an environmental engineering firm in Las Vegas that would test the indoor air of folks that became sick. Their insurance companies would hire us to test the air and figure out what was making them sick. Most of those cases dealt with black mold, but guess what else? Fecal matter from mites. All the homes I tested had high amounts of the allergens from the feces of mites. Why? We all shed pounds of dead skin each year, and that's what the mites eat. And mites poop. They poop a lot. That dust you see when a ray of sun shines in your home is mostly dead skin and mite poop. Over time, that biologically active fecal matter starts to wreak havoc on your immune system, especially if you live in a closed up home that can't be aired out. Over the years, the air gets worse and worse until you get sick. Add to the mix molds, bacteria, viruses, parasites, and who knows what from the chemtrails and pollution in our environment. Can HEPA filters remove those things? No. The particles in question that make you sick are too small, and besides, HEPA filters can't deal with the dust that is constantly being kicked up every time you walk around or sit down; air purifiers don't move enough air to remove the particles that are continually being kicked up. I explain how to deal with dust in another blog post. So what is the answer? Regular ozone shock treatments are the only answer! Ozone shock treatments are the only way to kill the mites and neutralize their droppings, period.

What is the protocol for a proper ozone shock treatment? You need enough ozone to do the entire structure in one shot; otherwise, the ozone concentration will be too weak to kill mites or neutralize their droppings. You'll only freshen the air. And you can't utilize an ozone air purifier; those are low ozone output devices that just make the air smell pleasant and fresh while they're running, and may be harmful to your lungs in the long haul. We do not advocate breathing ozone, and we only use ozone as a commercial sanitizer to clean the air and rid the air of parasites, mold, viruses, bacteria, VOC's, etc. That's it.

So how much ozone do you need? 1000 mg/h per 100 sq feet with an ozone generator that does not allow the ozone plate to get too hot. I add that caveat because not all ozone generators are the same. Most vendors sell ozone generators utilizing Chinese stacked transformers that quite frankly get too hot, over 140 degrees to be exact. (if you own one buy a $12 heat sensor and see for yourself). Our ozone plates, on the other hand, stay under 100 degrees because of our "Cool-Tec" designs and our unique ozone transformers and plates. If you choose to utilize a "hot plate" ozone generator, we recommend doubling the ozone concentration. Our tests show that at 140 degrees over 70% of the ozone power is lost to heat.

So now you have enough ozone power, what's next? You want to use your homes HVAC fan to distribute the ozone throughout your home. Leave all of the doors open, open cabinet doors, closet doors, and place your ozone generator under the air return. Our commercial ozone generators shoot ozone straight up at 2400 CFM but if you don't have one of our units, utilize a box fan and have that facing the air return in the ceiling.

How long does it take to do a proper ozone shock treatment if you have enough ozone power? If you have enough ozone, all it takes is a one-hour shock treatment at a high concentration to kill the "bad guys" in the air that makes you sick. Others will ask you to run their machines 6-12-24 hours because they don't create high ozone concentrations, but that is not a good idea. Allowing ozone to interact with the substrates in your home for that long is not a good idea. The right approach is to hit it hard, hit it fast, then air it out. If you do that, you will get all of the excellent benefits of an ozone shock treatment without any negative consequences, like breaking down the foam under your carpet or inside your furniture. What is the max amount of time you can shock an area? Our experience suggests six hours with furnished regions, by using the protocol we teach in our manuals, and 12 hours or longer with unfurnished areas.

What if you don't have an HVAC system? You will need to place several fans on around your structure to move the ozone around. Can you go room by room? Yes, but you will not be able to sanitize the air efficiently as some contaminated air will leak into the area that was cleaned and vice versa. You need to do the entire structure at one time to receive the benefits of 100% sanitized air.

After you shock treat your home with ozone, all that is left is to open the windows to air the space out, then run your HVAC fan in the "on" position 24/7 with a MERV 11 filter to address the dust issues. After a shock treatment, you will have dead mites, dead skin, and neutralized mite and pest droppings you want to eliminate from your indoor air. The ONLY way to do that is by running your HVAC fan in the on position 24/7 and changing the MERV 11 filter ever three weeks.  (Yes, it will need it - will turn black - but better them than your lungs!) I have meters that measure the amount of dust in the air and believe me, your HVAC fan is 3000 CFM vs. 150 for an air purifier, and you get much lower dust levels running your HVAC fan than placing a $1000 air purifier in every room. The reason is simple. Air purifiers do not churn the air and can only remove the dust immediately near the device. Total waste of money.  Ineffective.

I hope this clears the air on ozone generators and exposes HEPA air purifiers and our governments "ozone smog" lies for what they are, disinformation. The truth shall set you free, free of illness caused by contaminated indoor air, and free from the lies that seek to keep you a slave to allergy medications, HEPA filters, and Corporate greed.

2 Responses

Robert Gabriel
Robert Gabriel

July 17, 2018

Excellent article, thank you. We have a 2,000 sq ft home, so if I understand correctly, I should place ozone generators that total 20,000 mg/hr at the air vent, correct? Which product of yours do you recommend for this? Thank you!

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June 15, 2018

Do you run the ozone machine with the fur.nace filter in place or remobe it

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