The I-2019 Dissolved Ozone Kit contains a meter with a digital readout of dissolved ozone levels in the 0-5 ppm range. Also included in the kit are several accessories: a box of test ampoules, a zeroing cylinder, a light shield, a box of 4 AAA batteries, and a screwdriver for installing the batteries.
The kit is shipped with the batteries NOT installed in the meter. To install the batteries, remove the four screws securing the meter’s back plate. Place the 4 batteries in their receiving slots, and reattach the back plate using the screws.
The I-2019 Dissolved Ozone Digital Meter is now ready to power on.
Oxidation Tech now has ambient air ozone generators available for rent. These ozone generators can be used for odor removal, mold spore elimination, disinfection, etc. We will ship this ozone generator directly to you via UPS, Fed-Ex, or USPS. When finished, ship it back in the original box. Weekly or Monthly rentals are available.
This ozone generator produces 2.5 g/hr of ozone and has an internal fan to adequately move ozone throughout the space very efficiently. Compact, easy to use ozone generator that can be rented by the week or month. Great for sanitizing and removing odors and disinfection.
Pre-payment required for all rentals – payment can be made via credit card online
period is for term paid for, shipping time to and from customers
location is not included in rental term and is not billed
Shipping both to and from the customer is paid by the customer – Ground shipping is okay
Equipment guaranteed to arrive in working order, any damage to equipment will be billed to customer
Rental term can be extended at any time during the rental
Discounts for longer term rentals apply, arrangements must be made up front
2.5 grams/hr ozone production (2,500 mg/hr)
30 hour programmable timer with ability to adjust the ozone output level
Power supply overload protection
8 foot cord (16/3 gauge)
Effective for areas up to 40,000 cubic feet
High-density ceramic and stainless steel electrodes corona system
Removal of mold, mildew, and other odors
Deodorizes hotel/motel rooms, school rooms, offices
Deodorizing cars, buses, boats
1. Make certain all people, pets, and plants are out of area. Close all windows and doors.
2. Place the Ambient Ozone Generator on a shelf or tabletop as high as possible in the area to be treated.
3. Plug the power cord into a grounded, 3-prong outlet.
4. Set the timer to the desired length of time. Momentarily pressing the UP timer button for one second will increase the time setting by one minute at a time. Hold the button for 1 -3 seconds to change the time value by two minutes per second. Hold the button for longer than 3 seconds and the time setting will change in 20 minutes increments. The maximum time setting is 29:59 hours. After reaching the maximum time, the timer will wrap back to 00:00 and then continue increasing. When the time is being decreased and reaches 00:00, it will wrap to 29:59 and continue decreasing.
5. Select the desired power level: 25%; 50%; 75% 100%. The Ambient Ozone Generator always defaults to 100% when you plug it in. When the output level is set to 100%, the machine makes ozone continuously until the timer runs out or the OFF button is pressed. At other power level settings, the machine will produce ozone for the fraction of a minute the level is set at. For
example, if the output level is set to 75%, the machine will produce
ozone for 75% (45 seconds) of each minute. At 50%, ozone is generated
for 30 seconds of each minute, and at 25%, the ozone generation lasts
for 15 seconds of each minute. On any setting other than 100%, the ozone generator will be cycling the ozone ON and OFF.
6. Turn the unit on by pressing the ON button. Leave the area immediately.
7. When treatment is complete, ventilate the area completely until
all smell of ozone is gone. Do NOT allow people, pets, or plants back
into the area until all smell of ozone has dissipated.
Oxidation Technologies can provide ozone generators that are UL listed, and custom ozone generators wired in our UL-508 Panel Shop to meet UL approvals. We can also provide electrical control panels for ozone equipment, and other equipment wired in our UL-508 panel shop. If you have UL requirements contact our office, we will help design and provide a system that meets your requirements.
Below are a few recent examples of custom UL-508 approved ozone generators we have provided
This OXG-80 ozone generator has a built-in oxygen concentrator and includes dual ozone outputs that can be controlled individually to 2 separate water treatment applications.
This OXG-40 ozone generator was installed in a stainless steel enclosure and includes an integrated oxygen concentrator. Only requires electrical power and compressed air for operation.
We also offer standard ozone generators that are both UL and CSA approved. The entire VMUS-series line of ozone generators have both UL and CSA approval. Each conforms to CSA C22-2 and 61010-1, and UL 61010-1
The VMUS-series consists of the K-Series, and the DG-Series. The K-Series use quartz and stainless steel corona cells that are rebuildable and suitable for ozone production from air or oxygen. The DG-Series use a double quartz dielectric. Oxygen/ozone only contact Teflon and Quartz materials, no steel is in the ozone/oxygen pathway.
Should you have any special UL, CSA, CE ozone equipment requirements, please contact our office. We will be glad to find you an off-the-shelf solution, or custom build to fit your needs.
The Coronavirus pandemic has sparked an exponential increase in interest in ozone as a disinfectant. The phones at Oxidation Technologies have been ringing non-stop with people looking for answers and looking for help with their grand ideas for ozone as a silver coronavirus bullet. Our ozone specialists have been working hard to provide accurate information for those looking for answers. Ozone has been a powerful tool for over a hundred years, but misinformation is dangerous in a climate of desperation and hype. Our goal throughout this health crisis has been to educate our callers about safe and unsafe uses of ozone, effective and ineffective applications of ozone, and the facts and false claims people make about ozone.
If there is so much interest in ozone as a powerful and chemical-free disinfectant, why do we read so much about ozone as a very bad and deadly pollutant? For example, the American Lung Association says “Ozone (also called smog) is one of the most dangerous and widespread pollutants in the U.S.” On the other hand, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved the use of ozone as an antimicrobial agent for the treatment, storage and processing of foods in gas and aqueous phases.” For years, now, we have recognized the value of an atmospheric layer of ozone that shields “living things from too much ultraviolet radiation from the sun.” Ozone sterilization of water has made the bottled water industry possible providing billions of bottles of safe drinking water. The answer to this paradox is not difficult or mysterious, but does require some ozone education. We hope you take some time to explore the wealth of ozone information on our website.
At the time of writing, most major economies are entering into some form of lockdown, causing significant disruption to businesses and drastically changing the way we live our lives for the next few months.
Governments, Industry and Citizens are united in trying to slow the spread of COVID-19, to give health services time to prepare for the explosion in the demand for care. Sanitizing our homes, workplaces and public spaces is a key tactic in the fight against Coronavirus, to stop the spread of COVID-19. One method of sterilization is by using ozone. Ozone sterilization is commonly used in hospitals to sanitize equipment and significantly reduce or eliminate the spread of bacteria. Hence the question being asked is – “Can ozone sterilization kill the Coronavirus which causes the COVID-19 disease?”
blog post looks at the evidence and highlights the benefits of
sterilizing environments with ozone, as well as it’s associated risks.
OZONE STERILIZATION PROVEN TO KILL SARS-COV VIRUS
There are currently no examples in the public domain, of ozone sterilization being used to kill the current strain of Coronavirus, SARS-CoV-2
(technical name of the Coronavirus which causes the COVID-19 disease).
However, there are reasons to believe it would be effective:
As SARS-Cov-1 is also a member of the Coronavirus family, it is highly likely that ozone sterilization would be effective at killing SARS-CoV-2, the Coronavirus which causes the COVID-19 disease.
HOW DOES OZONE STERILIZATION KILL CORONAVIRUSES?
Coronaviruses are classified
as “enveloped viruses”, which
are typically more susceptible to “Physico-chemical challenges”. In
other words, they don’t like being exposed to ozone.
destroys this type of virus by breaking through the
outer shell into the core, resulting in damage to the viral RNA. Ozone
can also damage the outer shell of the virus in a process
called oxidation. Put simply, exposing Coronaviruses to sufficient ozone dose (ppm x time) can result in them being 99% damaged or destroyed.
WHAT ARE THE RISKS OF OZONE STERILIZATION?
even small amounts of ozone can be harmful. Symptoms include coughing,
shortness of breath, and aggravation of lung diseases like asthma. At
higher concentrations you can smell ozone, but it becomes harmful even
at lower doses. For that reason, many countries have set
an 8-hour exposure limit of 70 ppb (parts per billion) ozone. In the
EU the limit is set even lower. Ozone is one of six common pollutants
limited by the United States Environmental Protection Agency and other country’s Environmental regulators. Exposure to ozone in the workplace is controlled by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration and their counterparts around the world.
REDUCE THE RISK OF OZONE EXPOSURE BY MONITORING
ozone can sterilize coronavirus infected environments, residual ozone
could also cause respiratory issues for people who breathe it
in. To stop this from happening it is important to measure
and control indoor and outdoor levels of ozone after sterilization has
Message on our current operation we sent via e-mail.
Dear Valued Customer,
The Corona Virus (COVID-19) is continuing to change the economy and our normal ways of life. We wanted to let you know that Oxidation Technologies remains open for business and we are ready to assist you with your Ozone equipment and service needs. We are also here to answer your questions and offer technical support over the phone.
Our day to day operation remain as normal as possible, but have changed slightly to protect our employees and customers. We have implemented measures to help ensure the health and well-being of our employees. For the short-term we have suspended all non-essential travel. Therefore, if you have service related issues, please call our office, and we will do our best to assist you over the phone.
We remain committed to getting you products as soon as possible. We continue to receive regular shipments from our suppliers, so that we can continue to provide you with parts and equipment as soon as possible. Our warehouse is currently stocked with Ambient Ozone Monitors, Ozone Generators, Oxygen Concentrators, and a large variety of accessories. We have had one US vendor (EcoSensors) that has shutdown shipping until April 7th due to local restrictions, which might cause some delays on a their ambient ozone products. We have put in extra orders for similar product with other suppliers to provide alternatives due to this shutdown. All other suppliers and vendors report operations as normal.
We will continue to navigate through this circumstance, but our commitment to serve you remains the forefront of all that we do.
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Inwood, Iowa 51240
We have been getting many questions and interest on the use of ozone to help in the fight against COVID-19. The following is a statement released by the IOA (International Ozone Association) that gives great information on the current situation.
The SB100 Ozone Spray Bottle is a great way to sanitize your hands, and kill any bacteria and viruses on them. The bottle is filled with simple tap water, and when the button is pressed, an electrolitic ozone generating cell creates dissolved ozone as the water sprays out the nozzle. Hold the nozzle about 6 inches from the surface of the hand you are disinfecting, and press the button, allowing both sides if your hand to get completely wet from the spray. Switch hands and spray down your other hand in the same way. Then, rub hands together and allow to air dry. Because ozone (O3) converts quickly back to oxygen (O2), there is no chemical residue left on your hands. There also is no sticky feel left on your hands like that left when you use aloe-based hand sanitizer. In fact, your hands will feel clean and soft and smell fresh.
The SB100 ozone spray bottle turns common drinking water into an ozone solution, a sanitizer more powerful than chlorine but without chlorines dangerous fumes or residue. This is an environmentally friendly, truly “Green”, chemical free solution.
Call our office for special pricing on the SB100 spray bottle!
Ozone has been proven effective against all viruses and bacteria. The most effective method to harness the power of ozone is aqueous ozone. Now, this is available in a compact device.
The table below lists the efficacy of the SB100 spray bottle on two common surfaces, against a representative sample of pathogens. Similar results were achieved with other surfaces such as, PVC, vinyl, Formica, Corian, granite, silicone, chrome, and porcelain.
There has been a great deal of recent interest in the use of ozone to eliminate pathogens, and specifically viruses. Here is some brief info on the use of ozone to eliminate pathogens.
Ozone can be used to eliminate pathogens including viruses and bacteria. In fact, there are no known viruses or bacteria that are immune to the oxidation of ozone. The best method to harness the power of ozone is to dissolve ozone in water and use aqueous ozone. However, ozone in the gas form can also be used to eliminate pathogens.
Aqueous ozone activity against viruses
Several published studies have shown aqueous ozone to reduce infectivity of common viruses by more than 99.999% [Reference below]. Aqueous ozone inactivates microbes, including both viruses and bacteria, by oxidation of the cell surface and internal structures. This disrupts the microbe’s structure and pathogenicity. Enveloped viruses such as Coronaviruses are particularly susceptible.
Reference: Khadre, M.A.; Yousef, A.E; Kim, J-G. “Microbiological Aspects of Ozone Applications in Food: A Review.” Journal of Food Science Volume 66 Issue 9 (p.1242-1252). 2001.
Ozone Effect on Pathogens
As a biocide, ozone works similarly to chlorine (another oxidant) and is used in a similar manner. Ozone disinfects by directly oxidizing and destroying the microorganism’s cell wall, causing cellular components to leak outside the cell. This causes protoplasmic destruction of the cell, damaging constituents of the nucleic acids, and breaks the carbon–nitrogen bonds, which leads to depolymerization. During the process, ozone splits into oxygen and an ozone atom, which is lost during the reaction with the microorganism’s cell fluids, O3 -> O2 + (O).