Right Size Ozone Generator

One of the constant questions about ozone generators is "How much ozone do I need?"  Well, there is no one answer for this question.  Frankly, the size of ozone generator depends on a lot of factors.  Things like temperature and humid will affect ozone production.  The cubic feet of the room or building is also a factor.  Then there is the exfiltration and infiltration of air because no building is air-tight and the ventilation system distributes air through the building.

There is the variable of the type of threat that we seek to treat.  so, the smart answer is "Be flexible and use an ozone meter to prove the level ozone saturation.  

We really like the 32G units because we can adjust to the size and conditions of the treatment area.  It is easy to add an additional unit for 32G, 64G, or 96G (almost 100G is impressive and very effective).  One 100G unit is far too localized and requires multiple fans to actively move the ozone to distant areas.  This practice is impractical for many reasons.  Ozone services using large ozone generators are out-of-business if these large machines fail.  Using multiple 32G units means you can operate even if a unit goes down.

Secondly, the 32G ozone generators allow us to spread the ozone more evenly throughout the treatment area.  Try using an ozone meter close to the unit.  Then, try the meter in a distant area of the building.  This is an enlightening experience and proves the value of multiple units for a more even treatment.

Sanitizing with ozone should hit 5 ppm, but a mold treatment might be as high as 18 ppm.  For those interested in "Shock Ozone" treatments, you will need to reach at least 12 ppm in a short time.  Shock ozone is considered a hard and fast treatment that may last only 30 to 120 minutes in length.  

If you are working with ozone, you need a great and reliable ozone test meter.  We looked long and hard to find one that works well and is affordable.