50,000 MGH Commercial Ozone Generator
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50,000 MGH Commercial Ozone Generator

NOTE: Ships April 23rd. 

NOTE: Purchasing this product subjects you to our terms of service. Basically, you are acting as a contractor or manufacturer in the eyes of the law and affirming that you will attach these ballasts to a fan for proper cooling. You also affirm that you have the mental capacity to use this product as intended and per the instructions. This is a commercial ozone generator for contractors. 

New for 2019, our Commercial Ozone Generators feature metal fans that can pivot to blow ozone straight up towards the roof.  Why is this important?  Our tests show that blowing the ozone towards the roof at a high CFM  is the ONLY way to reach high concentrations of ozone.  The ozone hits the roof and pushes the non-ozonated air down to the ground level where it will quickly be ozonated by the the five 10g ozone plates features in this unit.

The 3100+ CFM metal fan that comes with your purchase includes a 2 year warranty from Home Depot.  If the fan craps out within 2 years, just bring it in to a local Home Depot for a free replacement! 

This Commercial Ozone Generator comes with five 90W ballasts that power five of our "next gen" ozone generator plates that last over 20,000 hours, a vast improvement over previous ozone generator plate technology. If one of these ballasts craps out, you're still in business. Just send it in for a free replacement, they come with a lifetime warranty. 

Easy Set-up:  The five ballasts are attached to the fan via zip-ties (supplied).  We also include black zip-ties for cord management. It only takes about 10 minutes to set-up this machine for operation.  (The fan ships separate) 

Included:  20" Commercial Metal Fan / 2 Yr Warranty from Home Depot, Five 10g Ballast and Ozone Plates, 5 Heavy Duty 18 AWG Power Cords, Surge Protector, 24 Hour 30 Minute Interval Timer, Zip-Ties, Instruction Manual

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