A Closer Look
It takes more than anyone thinks to assemble a professional ozone generator. The there are many parts to a professional ozone generator. And, we constantly look for the best solutions possible.
Our engineers and case fabrication comes from a serious operation that requires equipment not found in ordinary facilities. Our unique design for the aluminum case for the Pro series generators are actually manufactured and assembled in our location. Parts are carefully reviewed to make sure they can operate in an ozone environment and provide reliable service.
Here you see actual pictures of our fabrication facility that takes raw material and creates the actual housing for our professional ozone generators. Check around, you won't see something like this anywhere else. We build professional ozone machines from scratch with the forethought of experienced engineers who consider all aspects of the ozone generator system.
What you will find other promoters with repurposed air machines that are now refitted as ozone generators. You will see repurposed vacuum cleaners, repurposed air blowers, and converted fan systems. This is what might be called the "Down and Dirty" way to get past the effort to build a serious ozone machine. All that is needed to enough room to squeeze in a few transformers and ozone plates ... and this is what passes as a serious ozone machine by some online huckster.
An ozone machine is so much more. It much be durable, portable, handles routine abuse, and works as promised. If the vacuum or air blower (now converted to an ozone machine) has rubber and plastic parts or seals in the unit, it is going to prematurely fail. When converting an air machine to an ozone generator, all bets are off. These machines were never rated for a serious ozone environment.
So, we wanted you to see something others cannot show you. This is the actually fabrication plant that creates our professional line of ozone generators. We offer the best ozone generator on the market .... that was built to be an ozone generator from the ground up. We buy the material, form the unit, assemble the unit, and test these unit for the best performance possible. You get an ozone generator that will give you excellent results for years to come.
We invite scrutiny. While so many others are offering converted air handling machines, this professional ozone generator was built to be the best ozone generator for professional use. So, let's take a close up look at the features. Simple design, yes! But, the engineering is well beyond what others attempt.
Heavy Gauge Aluminum case offers light weight with a tough exterior. Everything about this unit is built for years of professional use.
Base Stand-Off Studs allow the transformers a half inch of air flow cooling for longer life. Essentially, extra ventilation to cool the unit.
Isolated chamber for electronics. Though everything is built with anti-corrosive environments, we took the extra step of separating the electronics from the ozone production side.
Fused and grounded circuits are just one part of the safety features. Our transformers are "Short Proof" meaning they shut down if a short occurs, and fire up when the short is fixed.
35000 RPM, 252 CFM, ball bearing Fan that really pumps out the air. We do not subscribe to huge fan speeds that hinder ozone production.
Built-In Countdown Timer allows up to 24 hour cycles. Up-Down arrow keys make this timer easy to use. Optionally, ask for the ON/Off swith for the unit.
Clamshell Access: Every machine will eventually need cleaning or repair. The removable top half comes off with four screws revealing all components. Repairs are extremely easy, requiring only a screwdriver and ten minutes of time in most cases.
Titanium oxide inner coating. The debate about hydroxyl machines allows us the ability to add a new dimension to our units.
The Great Fan Debate
There are those who have heavily promoted the size of the fan in their ozone generator. Ask yourself if this is hype or fact. Here is what professionals know about treating buildings.
1- One large unit will not do as well as two units placed strategically in upper and lower areas, in long buildings with partitions, and homes with hallways.
2- Large fans can hurt ozone production
3- Unless the fan is designed for an ozone environment, parts in crossover units (air systems) converted to ozone machines will quickly fail. Our all metal, ball-bearing fans as perfectly match for large volume of air output without excess heat or force.
4- Every professional knows to use turn on the AC and fan for greater circulation, provide an external fan to move air around corners, down hallways, or into vents.
Professional units weighing 40 pounds and taking up large space are not practical. After all, two of our 40G systems equals 80,000 mg/hr or output that can be strategically placed throughout the building. When it comes to the ozone business, having one BIG machine is a liability, not a help. Three of the 40G systems will treat three cars or apartments at one time. If you get $90 for a car and $150 for an apartment, that is $270 and $450 in the for one period. If you have only one large machine, you can do only one job at a time, which hurts your earning potential.