This is our retro style "Bare Bones" 3500 mg/h ozone generator that sold for years on Amazon for $44.99 with great support and reviews. When we realized Amazon's ultimate mission was to put US brick and mortar sellers out of business and push their globalist agenda, we decided to quit selling on Amazon, but while we sold there, our "simple" yet long lasting ozone generators were the highest rated ozone generators on Amazon (4.7 to 4.8 stars for years).
If the area you need to ozonate is under 350 sq ft (20 feet x 17 feet or so) then this ozone generator is all you need. (1000 mg per 100 sq feet is what is recommended to create the ozone concentrations needed to kill virtually any pathogen or parasite - 6 ppm) The secret is to churn the air with a 20" box fan! Place this ozone generator about a foot in front of the box fan and attach the box fan and the unit to a 24-hour appliance timer (optional, cost $5) Set the timer to run for 30 minutes on, 1 hour off while you're away. The ozone lingers for 40 minutes so no need to run it for hours at a time. Have it cut off one hour before you return back home.
Also, since ozone generators convert the oxygen in the air into ozone, spreading several of these $30 ozone generators around a structure without central air (say every 20 feet) will actually do a better job of creating high ozone concentrations than placing one high powered ozone generator in a central location. Why? The air 40-50 feet away won't be able to come in contact with the ozone plate to create ozone unless you utilize several 20" box fans to churn the air. A better idea is to space four of these bare-bones ozone generators and four box fans around your two-story structure. (If you have central air, however, we recommend our box fan ozone generators placed under the air return).
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Hi Mike, I have a question about the difference between the digital ozone water machine and the 1000mg water ozone machine. Can the digital machine be used to create ozonated olive oil? Does it turn on and off wirelessly like the 1000mg does? Can it create the higher output of ozone that the 1000mg does ? What is the difference between them?Why did you choose a wireless connection on your 1000 mg machine? To be honest not crazy about the idea of a wireless connection.What is included as attachments and accessories with these machines?thanks.
The digital ozonator is for making water, not oil. It doesn't have a fan, so running it for more than 10 minutes will cause the ozone tube to get hot (unless it's run in very cold conditions) and that causes an increase in Nox and decrease in ozone as heat destroys ozone. The good thing about that unit, is you can make a few glasses of ozonated water for gargling and to increase your oxygen during the day. You set it for 5 minutes, place it in a large glass of water, come back 5 minutes later and it's ready. It has the air dryer to reduce the Nox production. It's compact. The 1000 has an external pump and an open design. It's best for ozonating oil because it has a fan. It comes with a wireless on off button because we recommend putting it on top of the fridge so that it doesn't take up shelf space and because of the open design (so that things don't fall on it and damage the unit, and so that nobody touches the ozone tube while in operation) That unit is our oil ozonator. It also has a variable output pump, .05 to 8 lpm air flow. It can also be fed oxygen.
Thanks for the question and interest in our products and God Bless!
I am interested in getting a high quality ozone generator to ozonate a quart of water at a time and also to ozonate olive oil. I am very surprised at the extreme price difference between your units and say Longevity, the company that appears to have the #1 medical grade ozone unit on the market. My question is what would be the difference in quality of the ozone made by your unit verses the several thousand dollar unit that Longevity markets, the ext 50 or 150 models? I know that Longevity will calibrate the generator to the oxygen regulator, but for water and oil, those units are probably overkill and not cost effective. I don't want to compromise on the quality of ozone produced in the consumables, so would appreciate your opinion. I will use pure oxygen out of an E tank with a regulator to control the flow to the unit. Thank you, David Ostrander (949) 945-8777
The parts of the ozone generator, even Longevity, that produce ozone are not that expensive. If you use a glass tube and corona discharge, you are making ozone the way Tesla made it. If you feed your unit oxygen, and you feed it through a glass ozone tube, you can create medical grade ozone.
Our unit has a few other advantages. We use made in the USA glass bubblers and silicone hoses. The Chinese stones are often trained with heavy metals, I don't know if by design or because their environment is polluted, but we were shocked when we had some samples tested. Only made in the USA stones for us for now on!
Longevity makes a fine product. Our unit doesn't have the bells and whistles, by design. Those parts break easily and are prone to fail in ozone generators. Also, advertising drives the price up. Advertising is often a bigger part of the cost of goods than material for online sellers. We don't spend a cent on advertising. We rely 100% on happy customers, good word of mouth, and good products to grow our business.
Our house is 1700 sq ft 7 rooms.We were smokers for many years but now we have quit smoking but house still reeks of cigarettes.If we used this unit in each room would that take away the smoke smell? Or would we need the bigger unit ? My daughter has her own home and won't visit us till we have a smoke free home and I hate it .Please help me.I read many great things about your unit from real people who used them when you sold on amazon, I also hate what amazon has done and find Beso sickening.
You can go room by room with the 3500 mg/h $29 unit as long as the largest room is 350 sq ft or smaller. You'll need to place a box fan behind it and utilize an appliance timer to turn it on and off. (doesn't come with either) So yes, you can permanently get rid of second-hand smoke odors with that unit. It lasts longer than the $70 3500 units sold on Amazon with an on-off switch. The ozone will rust the little copper strip on the on-off switch or timer and cause it to fail within 40 hours of use, and when the plate or transformer goes, it's very hard to switch out. Our simple open design gives you the ozone without those future headaches.
We are moving into a house with really bad pet odor. It's one level, 1200 sq ft. The main living area is fairly big and then there is a decent sized master bedroom and 2 other small bedrooms. Would you recommend that we purchase 2 or more of your generators to do the job effectively? Or can I buy one and simply move it around the house in stages? Would that do a sufficient job? Also, when you activate it, I assume it just runs until you turn it off or use a timer correct? Would I be ok with simply leaving it on for 24 hrs, then running into the house holding my breath to turn it off, and then letting the ozone die for a day? The house will be vacant for about a month so we have time to do this. Also, what all will we need to do in preparation. I believe we're supposed to put tape over anything rubber, correct? Anything else that needs to be done? And lastly, if we do order multiple units, would we still qualify for the free shipping? And if it is going to Idaho, would we be paying tax? Thank you for your time.
We recommend you plug our 3500 ozone generators into a 24 hour - 30 or 15 minute interval timer. Our 7000 and 10,000 models come with such a timer, the 10,000 has a special timer that ensures the ozone plates don't get too hot. The 3500 mg/h ozone generators work well if you have a window AC. You can mount it right up against the AC and the cold air exiting the AC will keep the ozone plate from reaching the 120 plus degree mark where ozone production is vastly reduced and NOX production is vastly increased (you don't want NOX, leaves a burnt ozone smell)
As to how to remove pet odor, you need to do more than an ozone shock treatment. You may have to remove the carpet and the foam pad. The urine in the foam pad can't be removed by ozone, and the pad acts as a barrier to keep the urine under the pad from getting oxidized by ozone as well. In other words, you'll have to remove the foam pad to do the job right. Now, I have seen people ozone shock a heavily soiled carpet in an apt before and remove the odor 100, but they damaged the foam, made it hard and brittle, and that causes tiny particles to float around that are not good for health, and I believe that's bad karma to do that, especially if the next family has young kids. So I do not recommend doing that! If you do remove the carpet, shock the area for a few days, on and off (30 minutes on, 30 minutes off for a day or two) it will oxidize the urine in the carpet and concrete or wood. Foam isn't that expensive to replace. If you can move the carpet outside onto concrete, and then shampoo the carpet outside, and let the sanitizing rays of the sun dry the carpet, maybe throw some enzymes on after the carpet cleaning for good measure, then putting it back inside for ozone shock treatment (shock the bare floor with ozone while carpet is drying outside, only put carpet back when it's 100% dry) then you can remove the urine 100%. It's not easy, but it can be done.
By the way, if you just do a shock treatment for 15 minutes once or twice a day, you will remove urine smell from the air, even without doing anything else, but that is only helpful for those living with pets and not wanting their home to smell nasty.