If you want the basics on who ozone generators are measured, I am going to make to as simple as possible for everyone. There is a lot of hype about ozone generators and the amount of ozone they produce. You will see some small ozone generators that skillfully hide their output behind model numbers and claims of what they can do.
If you are considering an ozone generator to remove odors, get rid of smoke odors, freshen stale and moldy problems; here are some important features to investigate.
Studies have shown that the first impression of a home can be critical to the decision to buy. As little as the first five minute can flip the mental switch between "Like / Don't Like" the home being shown by the realtor.
It occurred to me that amid all the bravado for professional ozone generators, it might be a good idea to explain how a professional ozone generator is built. I realized that in many ways, the quality of the ozone generator is in the attention to small details.
When a flood happens, a fast response is critical. This is not a time for half measures. The first task is to get the water out as quick as possible. The longer the water is in the building, the worse things get. So, run to the hardware or rental store and get a pump that will get the job done quickly.
Then, get rid of everything that is ruined once you have documented the damage for insurance. You will find that trying to salvage goods is more trouble and money than buying new or used replacements.
The proper use of an ozone generator depends in part on the amount of output of the unit. Some units emit only a small amount of ozone, so it is only a small factor in the overall air mixture in the room or home. These fall into the area of an air treatment/purification system.
It would seem very retro to think that button hook shoes are just as good as the Velcro tennis shoes of today. Some won't even remember button hook shoes. So, I have included a picture for reference. Between, button hook shoes and Velcro-type shoes eras, everyone used shoestrings.
The perfect golf course is a thing of beauty, but it comes at a huge cost. They must be watered, fertilized, and treated for fungi, grubs, and pests. In the end, the run off from golf courses have become a pollution concern for OSHA, the EPA, and state regulators.