Who knew that this little black box could remove evidence of smokers in your rental house? Odors from your used car? Those traces of mildew left after your basement flooded? All gone within a matter of hours. The Ozone Generator purifies the air and removes odors caused by organic material.
How Does the Ozone Generator Work?
The Ozone Generator produces ozone (O3), which is an activated form of oxygen (O2) – having 3 atoms where regular oxygen has 2. Sent into the air of a contained area, ozone casts off its 3rd atom onto other organic elements and oxidizes them or converts them into another substance. In the case of odors, the ozone generator converts bad smells into non-odorous substances. Afterwards, the ozone itself converts back to oxygen.
Who Rents the Ozone Generator?
Anyone looking to eliminate organic odors in a natural way, from a contained area, might rent the Ozone Generator. Typical renters include realtors, used car salespeople, restaurant and hotel owners, painters and carpet installers. Additionally, hospitals and healthcare providers, businesses and homeowners rent the ozone generator.
They generally use the Ozone Generator to eliminate:
- Cigar or Cigarette Odors
- Germs, Bacteria & Viruses
- Mold & Mildew Odors
- Offensive Body Odors or Pet Odors
- Painting or New Carpet Odors
- Cooking Odors
- Smelly Shoe or Gym Odors
- Musty, Stale, Bathroom or Garbage Odors
Things to be Aware of:
Because ozone reacts with organic (living) material, the Ozone Generator must only be used in unoccupied areas. All humans, plants and animals must be removed.
As a general rule, do not run the Ozone Generator for longer than 6 hours in a single space.
High concentrations of ozone are harmful to the lungs. Therefore, it is important to ventilate the area after using the Ozone Generator.
Ozone breaks down into normal, breathable oxygen after about 1-2 hours (minimum). For this reason, you must wait a couple hours before occupying the space after running the Ozone Generator.