BONUS: A replacement ozone tube and transformer is included with your purchase.
The OG-1000 is a "bare bones" medical grade (if fed oxygen) water and oil ozonator without a cabinet. Why no enclosure? We don't want this ozonator to end up in a landfill! We designed this unit so that all parts are easy to replace once they eventually crap out.
What makes this ozone generator "medical grade"? The glass ozone tube (wrapped in black tape) with ABS ozone resistant nipples, the silicone tubing, and the glass bubbler. When fed oxygen from an oxygen concentrator or oxygen tank, it can create what they call "medical grade" ozone. If you use the supplied 1-8 liter per minute air pump, it will make ozone that is suitable for home use but not for internal medicine - blood work, for that you need to feed it oxygen.
Why is this a medical grade ozonator? It features a glass ozone tube, a cooling fan, and an open design that lends itself to staying cooler but most importantly, it can be fed oxygen. Besides having a glass ozone tube (metal ozone tubes such as the ones inside cheap Chinese ozonators which put impurities in the water), and open design that allows for the simple replacement of times once they fail, this ozonator is also higher powered than most. While you'll have to provide your own oxygen tank or oxygen concentrator to make medical ozone, it does features a variable 1-8 LMP output air pump that you can turn it down low for ozone insufflations of the ears and other body parts. Lastly, this unit comes with six feet of silicone tubing to power the US made glass ozone bubbler.
Here in the USA, we like to design and make things that last a lifetime, and that's the inspiration behind all Forever Ozone products!
Another problem with most Chinese made ozonators are the hoses and stone bubblers. They are not medical grade and put impurities into the water. The stones have rubber nipples, and god knows what impurities in the stone itself. If you're going to buy an ozonator for wellness reasons, you'll be happy to note that our bubbling stones are 100% glass-bonded silica bubblers that also feature a Kevlar nipple (ozone resistant). We back these MADE IN THE USA glass bubblers with a lifetime warranty! We include 6 feet of silicone tubing with this unit, but you can cut it down to the size you need.
The OG-1000 is an excellent investment given all of the health-promoting things you can accomplish with ozonated water and oil.
I am interested in purchasing one of your water ozonators. 1.) What is the time frame for delivery? 2.) Which unit is better? 3.)What comes with the 1,000 mg unit? 4.) Does it also include a ozone destruct unit? 5.) Does it include any containers, ceramic stones, industrial pediatric flow regulator, catheters or sufflation bags? If not, do you know where there is an affordable place to purchase these supplies? Thank you!
1) 2 days via Priority Mail. 2) For water, the digital water ozonator is better. Just have to push one button and it has an air dryer. 3) The machine, 1-8 lpm air pump, two 3 foot sections of silicone tubing, and one of the glass bubblers. 4) No. Not needed. 5) No. No idea about those items. We do offer the ozone enema pump as an option.
Does the unit produce 1g/hr when fed regular air and also make 1g/hr when fed oxygen from a tank or concentrator? - I am trying to understand the difference between feeding it air and feeding it oxygen.
All ozone generators sold anywhere are rated with oxygen feed. So 1g is with an oxygen feed.
can i attach oxygen to this machine??
Not needed. There is plenty of oxygen in the air. Churning the air with box fan (moving the oxygen in the air in contact with the plate) is all you have to do to achieve a high ozone concentration. That and cool running plates - what our ozone generators offer.
Question #1: which side is Oxygen INPUT SIDE? Question #2: what Oxygen FLOW RATE ensures 1000 mg/hr output?
You can feed the ozone tube oxygen from either side but the unit comes with a small piece of tubing coming out of the right side of the ozone tube (with the fan being the back of the unit) because that's the side where the wires from the transformer connect to the ozone tube. So you can feed ozone in from that side. The other side then is the side that the ozone exists, and it's free of any wires.
The lower the flow rate of oxygen, the higher the ozone concentration. For optimal ozone concentrations (optimal for ozone therapy which is not too high as to cause oxidative stress but high enough to get the job done) this unit should be fed 1/2 to just under 1 liter per minute. Please note, any flow rate will yield "1000 mg/h" but the higher flow rates will yield lower concentrations of ozone, but more ozone by weight. We have dentists that use these in their practice (hidden in an expensive stainless steel cabinet) and they used expensive ozone flow meters to test this machine. Those tests revealed all flow rates it yielded 1g per hour (just over 1 gram actually) but the lower the flow rate, the higher the concentration.
Hello, I’m hoping you can help me with a few questions I have. I want to begin using a personal steam sauna like the one listed below. Personal Home Steam Sauna https://www.amazon.com/Durherm-Portable-Personal-Folding-Outline/dp/B00LXK2I2Y Dimensions: 28" x 33" x 43" While receiving the sauna treatment (approx. 30 min. – 1 hour), I also want to feed ozone into the sauna via the zipper openings. I would like to know if your Foreverozone OG-1000 Water & Oil Ozonator (1000 mg/h Water and Oil Ozonator / 1-8 LPM Air Pump) would supply enough ozone into the 28" x 33" x 43" personal steam sauna for therapeutics purposes. If you don’t think it would supply enough ozone into the personal sauna, would adding an additional 400 mg/h of ‘non medical grade’ ozone be enough? I ask because I already own an older portable ozone maker named PortaZone that outputs up to 400 mg/h of 'non medical grade' ozone. My older PortaZone unit (newer PortaZone units look different) https://momentum98.com/portazone.html Uses Cold Corona ozone production method. Ozone output: Up to 400 mg per hour. In either case, am I safe to assume that I would not need ‘medical grade’ ozone when supplying ozone to the personal sauna from your Foreverozone OG-1000? Is it safe to assume that making ozonated water for drinking does not require 'medical grade' oxygen, since even my older PortaZone unit (which uses Cold Corona method) is advertised as making ozonated water? Drinking ozonated water made from ‘non medical grade ozone’ has always been confusing for me since the water is taken internally, yet ozone for insufflations (also taken internally) must be ‘medical grade’. From what I’m reading on your website about the Foreverozone OG-1000 Water & Oil Ozonator, it appears I would be able to use an oxygen concentrator that I already own to supply 'medical grade' oxygen to it in order to perform insufflations (if turning down the 1-8 LPM air pump). Correct? Thanks in advance for your help. If it's easier to answer my questions by phone, then feel free to call me at (336) 870-5100. Scott
Our 1000 mg/h unit is more than enough for a sauna. However, I recommend buying an oxygen concentrator (we will sell one starting next week) to make medical grade ozone.
Can the bare bones water ozonator be turned to an air ozonator with added parts?
Yes, if you have a long hose you can ozonate areas up to 1000 sq ft. There is a catch. The pump has a thin rubber diaphram that is ruined if ozone runs through the pump. If you want to ozonate the air, you need to put the machine and pump in one room and the hose under the door to ozonate the adjacent room so that the ozone doesn't get sucked throught he pump thus ruining the diaphram. You can also use these units to ozonate cars by placing them on the roof and pumping the ozone in via a cracked window. Same principle.
Will the og-1000 produce ozonated oil without an oxygen source (concentrator or tank)? And how long would it take for olive oil? Thanks
Yes. Our protocol is 4 hours in a chilled ice container to keep the ozone from dissipating.
can the 1000 mg/h water and oil ozonator run continously?
Yes, it has a fan so it can run for hours. However, the people who sell ozonated oil state they ozonate the oil for weeks at a time. (Hence this question I think). What they sell is actually hydrogenated oil (from nitous oxides) that over time thickens up the oil. Ozone is very reactive at room temps. It breaks down within 40 minutes. If you were to run an ozone generator for weeks, the nitrogen and hydrogen content would thiken the oil. The oil will have extra oxygen as well, but not ozone. We don't sell ozonated oil via the Interent for that reason. You can make your own ozonated oil but the only way we've found you can actually have ozone rich oil is to chill the oil in ice so that the ozone retains. At 40 something degrees, ozone takes 3-4 hours to break down, so that's what we recommend. Chill the oil in ice and bubble it in for 4 hours then put it straight into the freezer to capture all of the ozone. Now that will be ozonated oil!
1 which model does a glass of water faster? How long does a glass take? Can you use either one in a bath tub?
The digital ozonator is better for making water because it has a digital timer and you can set it for 2 minutes (for a glass of water) and come back in 2 minutes and it's done. For a bathtub the 1000 mg/h would be better, since it's 2 times the ozone, and a tub takes 30-40 minutes at lukewarm temps to ozonate for therapeutic results.