Why "Cool-Tec"? I discovered through trial and error that the best way to cool an ozone plate is by shooting air downward onto the plate from a short distance. At the same time, have the back side of the place a short distance from the back of the unit and have the air cool the back side of the ozone plate while rushing to escape the unit. Thirdly, have the fan stay on constantly while a repeat cycle timer turns the ozone plate on and off every 20 seconds. I chose to call this method of creating ozone "Cool-Tec" because it's the first thing to come to mind and that's that.
How did I come up with this new way of cooling an ozone plate? I bought a heat sensor and then proceeded to test the temperature of ozone plates from different angles, different configurations, even inside of cabinets (worst idea - plates get very hot - already knew that). Using a 20" box fan at colder temperatures works pretty good, but not at room temperatures. Our double-sided plates get up to 140 degrees within 2 minutes at room temperatures, same temperatures ozone plates get inside of the Chinese designed ozone generators that get super hot inside due to the confined space and the heat producing transformer and ozone plate nearby. If you must operate at room temperatures using our "open air" ozone generators, I recommend turning the AC down at the lowest setting. (under 70) On top of that, use a repeat cycle timer to cycle the machine on and off every 20 seconds for 4-5 hours at a time (with the fan on continuously). Allowing the ozone plate to cool is essential in reducing NOx production and creating a clean, pure ozone and ultra high concentrations at room temps. In cold temps, it's easy to create high ozone concentrations. It's the warmer temps that create the necessity for this type of invention.
Back to this new design. Having a fan bear down on the top side of the place from under one inch and having the air escape via the underside of the ozone plate (also under an inch clearance) creates the strong type of air flow needed to provide adequate cooling to both sides of the ozone plate. To create even colder temperatures on the ozone plate, I employ a repeat cycle timer that is programmed out of the box to cut on 20 seconds on, 20 seconds off while the fan stays continuously running to cool the plate during the downtime. This timer can also be used to have the machine cut on up to 3 times a day for any amount of time, although we don't recommend ozone shock treatments of more than 6 hours max in unfurnished areas and 2 hours in furnished regions due to the substrates that are susceptible to ozone. Best results come for short run times at high concentrations, and this unit allows for both.
This unit comes with a 5-year warranty, and when it does become time to switch out parts, no soldering is required. It only takes removing two screws and nuts to replace the transformer or fan. Simple. By design.
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