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The information on this page is a bit dated as it dose not include most of the UV ozone generators or the fact that corona discharge ratings assume normal humidity levels of 40-50% which will reduce the output of corona discharge ozone generators by approx. 40-50%.  A brief explanation of the difference between corona discharge ozone generators and UV ozone generators:

Why are UV ozone generators a better choice than corona discharge ozone generators?

(For all air or surface sterilization Shock treatment applications such as MOLD, Smoke, Fire odors, musty smells, flood odor, protein decomposition odor, germ and virus remediation, etc.)

The Biggest difference between corona discharge and UV ozone generation methods is that UV ozone generators have stable ozone output levels throughout humidity ranges, while the output of corona discharge ozone generators is significantly reduced by just moderate humidity levels such as 40–70% (ozone output is reduced by approx. 40-70% with 40-70% humidity). In addition, with UV ozone generators, the cleaning requirement is almost eliminated compared to corona discharge ozone generators. Also, the ozone produced from a UV ozone generator is cleaner (no nitric acids) and smells better than ozone produced from corona discharge machines, and is just as powerful and often more powerful as ozone produced by corona discharge ozone generators.
UV ozone generators include UV PRO 550, UV PRO 550AT, UV PRO 1100AT, UV PRO 2800, UV PRO 4000, and UV PRO 6800
If you need an ozone generator with adjustable ozone output, two new models, the UV PRO 550AT or UV PRO 1100AT are ideal.  The "AT" stands for Adjustable with 48 hour Timer.  These models produce the cleanest and sweetest ozone ever possible - adjustable down to very low levels or high levels for shock treatments and are much more dependable than corona models on the market!  Please call 866-225-3858 for information or to purchase.

 

With the above information in mind, the quantity of ozone required in the guide below can be cut in half when considering one of the UV ozone generators as the ozone output is not affected by humidity.


A BASIC GUIDE TO DEODORIZATION USING OZONE

GENERAL OZONE SHOCK TREATMENT PROCEDURE :

Recommended equipment:

Commercial PRO 3600-1, PRO 3600-5, PRO 5,000, PRO 9000, UV PRO 2800, or UV PRO 4000

Residential DC PRO 450, DC PRO 970, PRO 700, PRO 3400-1, or PRO 3600-1, or PRO 3600-5

The idea of an ozone shock treatment procedure is to eliminate the initial odors and contamination from the air and

surfaces and then provide continuous control over recurring contamination by way of ozone. First we must assess the

extent of the odor problem in order to determine the size of the ozone generator which would be required

to sufficiently eliminate the problem odor in a reasonable period of time. Once we have chosen the ideal size of ozone

generator for the particular treatment area, the ozone generator should be placed pointing in the direction of the

problem area. Strong fans must be placed throughout the area being treated to provide good ozone distribution.

Operate the ozone generator at it's highest capacity for as long as it takes to eliminate the odor problem. In most

cases it takes only a few minutes to do a shock treatment. If it is a type of odor that is absorbed in furniture, walls

and bedding, for example, cigarette smoke, takes only 30-120 minutes with the proper sized ozone generator. After

the shock treatment procedure is complete, air out the room , if the odor is expected to continue place a

ozone generator and monitor controller permanently in the area operating at a low level. Severe cases may require

a 24 + hour treatment. Milder cases may need a smaller u nit or use lower output setting.

If your goal is to reduce or eliminate a toxic contamination, bacteria, etc. a test should be performed to ensure that

the application was successful.

NOTE# while performing a shock treatment, make sure that all people, pets, plants and other animals are vacant from

the area to be treated. Also while using HIGH concentrations in a room, be sure that ozone does not leak into

connected or occupied rooms by way of furnace vents or wall cracks etc.

HOTEL AND MOTEL ROOM DEODORIZING.

Recommended equipment:

DC PRO 450, DC PRO 970, PRO 700, or for larger rooms use a PRO 3400-1 or 3600-1

Odors left behind by guests can quickly and efficiently be eliminated by the use of  ozone generators and

liquid deodorizers.

These rooms can generally be deodorized in 30 to 60 minutes for cigarette or alcohol etc., by using a DC PRO 450, DC PRO 970, PRO

700, PRO 3400-1, or PRO 3600-1. Air out room by opening windows for 2-4 hrs before re entering.

House keeper should also wet/dry vacuum the contaminated areas, (ex. vomit, spilled milk, spilled beer) with a good

detergent solution 24 hrs before deodorization procedure is performed.

Application procedure:

After the room has been cleaned, place the ozone generator on a counter and turn on, allow to run approximately

30-60 min. Remove the generator and allow the room to sit unoccupied for about 2-4 hours. If there are any lingering

odors, retreat for 1 hour.

GROCERY STORE STORAGE AREAS:

Recommended equipment:

DC PRO 450, DC PRO 970, PRO 700, PRO 3400-1 or PRO 3600-1. PRO 3600-5, PRO 5000, PRO 9000, UV PRO 2800, or UV PRO 4000

To reduce odors and reduce cross contamination of foods to other foods, install a  ozone generator in an

out of the way place, with an additional fan to circulate the ozone efficiently throughout the entire area to be treated.

Next install an ozone generator monitor controller in the center of the treated area to ensure the levels of ozone do

not exceed the limits set by the Workers Compensation Board Of BC which are .08ppm. averaged over an eight hour

work period. The controller will cycle on and off as needed to maintain and control the ozone at the proper levels.

SMOKING LOUNGES:

Suggested Size: PRO-3600-1, PRO 3600-5, PRO 5000, PRO 10000. Dependent on the size of room and

contamination level.

The  ozone generator should be properly sized for the specific area and number of possible smokers. The

Ozone generator should be hooked into the air handling system in order to ensure proper distribution. ( Mounting

brackets are available for the PRO 3600, 5000, & 10000). An ozone controller should also be used in order to ensure

safe levels are not exceeded.

If a controller is not used adjust  ozone generator so that can not detect the ozone or the problem odor.

Begin with the ozone generator on low setting and work your way up slowly. One person at the establishment should

be in charge of adjusting the ozone generator output as the number of smokers increase or decrease. If ozone is set

for 40 smokers and 30 vacate, then the ozone generator should be adjusted to lower setting, otherwise the air will

become excessively ozonated and possibly cause sore throat or headache.

OFFICES AND STORE FRONTS:

Recommended equipment:

DC PRO 450, DC PRO 970,3400-1 Dependent on the size of room and contamination level.

The same procedures are used here as in the smoking lounges with one exception, That usually there is no smoking

in offices and store fronts, therefore a smaller ozone generator may be required.

ITEM DEODORIZATION (Mattress, couch, cloths, books, etc)

Most obnoxious odors such as mold, mildew, smoke, etc. can easily be removed from Mattress, couch, cloths, books,

etc etc.

You can easily make or utilize a room of proper size to accommodate all the articles to be deodorized. Place circulating

fans in the room to vigorously blow the ozone around the room to penetrate the porous materials. If possible route

fresh air into the ozone generator to reduce oxidation of the components. Place the item s to be deodorized in the room

and operate the ozone generator on full. This procedure may go on for 1-72 hrs depending on the circumstances.

Recommended equipment: DC PRO 450, DC PRO 970, PRO 700, PRO 3400-1 or PRO 3600-1. PRO 3600-5, PRO 5000, PRO 9000, UV PRO 2800, or UV PRO 4000 &

C20 liquid deodorizer

For commercial restoration ozone rooms you should use .5-2 g/hr ozone for every 100 sq/ft, depending on how fast

the job needs to be done and how bad the problem is. With .5 g/hr / 100 sq/ft you should treat for 12-24 hours +,

with 2 g/hr / 100 sq/ft it should only take about 4-8 hours.

For the do-it-yourself home owner, the treatments can be done in a smaller room to allow the use of a much smaller

unit. Just calculate the size of your largest room to come up with the size of unit that you will require. Also most home

owners are not in as much of a rush to do the job, if this is so you can probably do the job with 1/4 of the above

recommended ozone production.

Application procedures:

The DC PRO 450, DC PRO 970 and the PRO 700 are ideal for doing small shock treatments. Simply place the item in a room that will

not allow ozone to leak into occupied areas. Place an appropriately sized ozone generator in the room along with a

circulation fan and set the level control to full. Turn the generator on, close and lock the door. Allow to operate for

the above recommended times. Turn the ozone generator off and close the door once again for about 3-4 hours before

returning to the room to allow the remaining ozone to convert back to oxygen.

The PRO 3400-1 is functionally the same but has a higher output and is upgradeable.

The PRO 3600-1, PRO 3600-5, PRO 5000, and PRO 9000, UV PRO 2800, or UV PRO 4000 are the best units for commercial shock treating items

in a room. These units allow the use of a hose to rout the ozone into the ozone room or fresh air into the ozone

generator, this keeps the generator from oxidizing itself. The PRO 3600-1 is also upgradeable, if more ozone is needed

for a specific job or you need to do the treatment faster, just add an extra generator plate.

For this reason this is the best unit suited to a commercial application.

Important:

-If the odor was caused by a liquid contamination such as musty odor from a leak, you must first fix the leak or the

problem will come back.

-If the odor was caused by a liquid contamination, the area needs treated with C20 to ensure that the odor will not

come back.

DECOMPOSED PROTEIN:

Recommended Equipment:

PRO 3600-1, PRO 3600-5, PRO 5,000, PRO 9000, UV PRO 2800, or UV PRO 4000 Depending on the size of room to be treated.

Protein contamination is the result of food products such as milk, fish, meat, eggs etc. Other sources are from human

or animal bodily discharge (like blood, urine, feces etc), decomposed meat, decomposed animal within a crawl space,

death scene (decomposed body). In all cases of decomposed protein, the source of the odor must be removed as the

first step to deodorization. (It is recommended that gloves and a respirator be worn to reduce the exposure to fleas

and deadly contamination). Next treat the contaminated surfaces of the floor or any other items the protein was

contacting with a liquid sanitizing solution to kill the contamination. Then a good liquid deodorizer like C20 or

equivalent should be applied to all contaminated surfaces. Once the liquid sanitizing and deodorizing has been applied

and has had time to dry 100%, the  ozone generator may be placed in the treated area at a setting of

medium to high to eliminate the gaseous odor absorbed by the walls and furniture etc. Use a strong fan to help force

ozone into the pores of walls and furniture fabric. Note # Ozone may be set on a low setting before the

technician enters the room to deodorize the air in order to make the environment more comfortable to

work in.

FIRE AND FLOOD RESTORATION.

Fire & flood odors are easily taken care of with a  ozone generator & C20 liquid deodorizer. C20 liquid

deodorizer is a non fragrance deodorizer ideal for use in fire & flood restoration prior to ozonating. All

Ozone generators utilize corona discharge technology, creating a reliable long lasting ozone generator that will last

for years to come. Click here to go to the  Home Page for information on our ozone generators and liquid

deodorizers.

In cases of small fire and smoke damage (e.g.: Grease Fire on stove, Severe toaster fire, fire place back through,

mattress fire, electrical fire etc). With smoke fumes the premises should be thoroughly cleaned including the forced

air furnace system before deodorization begins. Place a  ozone generator on each level of the building

accompanied with a good blower fan to force the ozone through the small pores of the walls, carpet, and furniture.

This process m ay take up to 24-72 hours for adequate results to be achieved. Furniture and mattresses may need

additional treatment by draping a sheet of plastic over them and placing an ozone generator underneath for approx.

1_2 hours.

Note: Odors created in a hot environment are embedded deeper in the pores of the materials such as curtains,

furniture, wallboard etc. This is due to pores expanding when hot and closing when cold. A warm environment will

always produce better results than a cold one when deodorizing a gaseous odor.

Recommended equipment: PRO 3600-1, PRO 3600-5, PRO 5,000, PRO 9000, UV PRO 2800, or UV PRO 4000 & C20 liquid deodorizer

For commercial type restoration jobs you should use .5-2 g/hr ozone for every 100 sq/ft (.25-1.5 g/hr for UV ozone generation; due to the fact that UV ozone generation is not drastically affected by humidity as with corona discharge), depending on how fast the job needs to be done and how bad the problem is. With .5 g/hr / 100 sq/ft (approx. .25 g/hr for UV ozone generation) you should treat for 3-4 days +, with 2 g/hr / 100 sq/ft (approx. 1 g/hr for UV ozone generation) it should only take about 12-24 hours.

For the do-it-yourself home owner, the treatments can be done one room at a time to allow the use of a much smaller

unit. Just calculate the size of your largest room to com e up with the size of unit that you will require. Also most home

owners are not in as much of a rush to do the job, if this is so you can probably do the job with 1/4 of the above

recommended ozone production.

Application Procedures:

Site preparation:

1. All damaged items need to be removed from the area as well as any carpet, wall board, or other building materials

that are to be replaced.

2. Thoroughly clean all areas possible, and deodorize with C20 liquid deodorizer (4oz/gallon of water). Allow the C20

to completely dry, It does its job as it dries. The odor may actually seem to get worse until it dries due to the fact that

C20 is a true deodorizer and contains no fragrance to "cover" the odor.

FIRE NOTES: It will be much more difficult to deodorize if Inorganic items such as plastics etc. were burnt in the fire.

The C20 works mainly against organic odors, if the odor is from an inorganic item like plastic, repeated ozone

applications may eliminate it.

FLOOD NOTES: If it is a flood, a spill, or any damage from a liquid, do not miss this step. Also ensure that the area

is soaked in C20 to the same degree as the original flood or spill, this will ensure that the C20 penetrates to the same

depth as the dam age is.

Ozone application:

Place the ozone generator in an area that will provide the best circulation and distribution of the ozone. Run an

extension cord from all generators to the receptacle closest to the exit door. Use auxiliary fans to help with circulation,

this will also help to drive the ozone into the pores of the materials. Turn the generator/s to full output and to the on

position. Leave the premises and lock all entrances. Allow the ozone application to operate for the above

recommended time. If the problem is especially bad increase the amount of ozone used or the length of the

application accordingly. Upon returning to the premises, turn off the ozone generators by unplugging the extension

cord. Leave the premises and lock all entrances. Allow the building to sit for 4-8 hrs, this allows the remaining ozone

to convert back to oxygen and reduce ozone exposure.

MOLD AND MILDEW REDUCTION

Mold, mildew, and fungus can be oxidized with ozone.  ozone generators reduce or eliminate the ability for

the exposed mold, mildew and fungus to grow as well as oxidizing the existing mold. Mold and mildew grow in dark

and humid places where there is a lack of fresh oxygen. In all cases the moisture and humidity in the walls, floor etc.,

must first be removed or solved permanently to effectively eliminate the problem mold and odor. Once moisture is

removed, all visible mold and mildew should be removed, then a shock treatment procedure can be preformed lasting

for 24-72 hrs. A small ozone generator can be used to help control continuous mildew problem odors if they persist.

Recommended equipment:

Commercial:

PRO 3600-1, PRO 3600-5, PRO 5,000, or PRO 9000, UV PRO 2800, or UV PRO 4000

For commercial mold treatments jobs you should use .5-2 g/hr ozone for every 100 sq/ft, depending on how fast the

job needs to be done and how bad the problem is. With .5 g/hr / 100 sq/ft you should treat for 1-2 days +, with 2

g/hr / 100 sq/ft it should only take about 6-12 hours.

For the home owner:

DC PRO 450, DC PRO 970, PRO 700, PRO3400-1, PRO 3600-1, PRO 3600-5, PRO 5,000

For the do-it-yourself home owner, the treatments can be done one room at a time to allow the use of a much smaller

unit. Just calculate the size of your largest room to come up with the size of unit that you will require. Also most home

owners are not in as much of a rush to do the job, if this is so you can probably do the job with 1/4 of the above

recommended ozone production.

Application Procedures:

Site preparation:

1. Mold usually occurs because of a leak or humidity problem. This leak or humidity problem must be fixed or solved

or the problem will continue to persist.

2. All damaged or rotten items should be removed from the area as well as any carpet, wall board, or other building

materials that are to be replaced.

3. Thoroughly clean all areas possible, remove any visible mold, mildew, etc.

Ozone application:

Place the ozone generator in an area that will provide the best circulation and distribution of the ozone. Run an

extension cord from all generators to the receptacle closest to the exit door. Use auxiliary fans to help with circulation,

this will also help to drive the ozone into the pores of the materials. Turn the generator/s to full output and to the on

position. Leave the premises and lock all entrances. Allow the ozone application to operate for the above

recommended time. If the problem is especially bad increase the amount of ozone used or the length of the

application accordingly. Upon returning to the premises, turn off the ozone generators by unplugging the extension

cord or use timers available at your local lumber store for less than $20. Leave the premises and lock all entrances.

Allow the building to sit for 4-8 hrs, this allows the remaining ozone to convert back to oxygen and reduce ozone

exposure.

Special notes on mold, mildew, etc.

-  ozone generators help to reduce or eliminate the ability for the exposed mold, mildew and fungus to

grow. However mold and mildew grow in dark and humid places where there is a lack of oxygen and is usually caused

by a leak, improper drainage, or high humidity. In all cases the moisture and humidity in the walls, floor etc., must

be removed permanently to effectively eliminate the problem.

- In all cases you must do a test to know the effectiveness of your ozone application. If you do not test before and

after the treatment you will not know whether it was effective. This test should be done on a regular schedule to

ensure that the contamination does not return.

MUSTY BOOKS: Suggested Size: PRO-3600-1, PRO-3600-5

Books must be placed in a room and be opened as wide as possible. Arrange  ozone generator and fan to

blow over the books. This process should take no more than one hour. Repeat if necessary.

PET ODORS!

Pet odors are easily eliminated with the proper application of C20 and ozone. If you have a pet odor from urine on

the carpet, etc.  has the only complete solution available. C20 deodorizer and an ozone generator will totally

eliminate the odor for good.

Recommended Equipment:

Commercial

PRO 3600-1, PRO 3600-5, PRO 5,000, or PRO 9000, UV PRO 2800, or UV PRO 4000

For commercial pet odor treatment jobs you should use .5-2 g/hr ozone for every 100 sq/ft, depending on how fast

the job needs to be done and how bad the problem is. With .5 g/hr / 100 sq/ft you should treat for 1-2 days +, with

2 g/hr / 100 sq/ft it should only take about 6-12 hours.

Residential

DC PRO 450, DC PRO 970, PRO 700, PRO3400-1, PRO 3600-1, PRO 3600-5, PRO 5,000

For the do-it-yourself home owner, the treatments can be done one room at a time to allow the use of a much smaller

unit. Just calculate the size of your largest room to come up with the size of unit that you will require. Also most home

owners are not in as much of a rush to do the job, if this is so you can probably do the job with 1/4 of the above

recommended ozone production.

Application Procedures:

Site preparation:

1. All damaged items need to be removed from the area as well as any carpet, pet beds, wall board, or other building

or pet bedding materials that are to be replaced.

2. Thoroughly clean all areas possible, and deodorize with C20 liquid deodorizer (4oz/gallon of water). Allow the C20

to completely dry, It does its job as it dries. The odor may actually seem to get worse until it dries due to the fact that

C20 is a true deodorizer and contains no fragrance to "cover" the odor.

Important

Ensure that the area is soaked in C20 to the same degree as the original pet urine, this will ensure that the C20

penetrates to the same depth as the damaging odor is.

Ozone application:

Place the ozone generator in an area that will provide the best circulation and distribution of the ozone. Run an

extension cord from all generators to the receptacle closest to the exit door. Use auxiliary fans to help with circulation,

this will also help to drive the ozone into the pores of the materials. Turn the generator/s to full output and to the on

position. Leave the premises and lock all entrances. Allow the ozone application to operate for the above

recommended time. If the problem is especially bad increase the amount of ozone used or the length of the

application accordingly. Upon returning to the premises, turn off the ozone generators by unplugging the extension

cord. Leave the premises and lock all entrances. Allow the building to sit for 4-8 hrs, this allows the remaining ozone

to convert back to oxygen and reduce ozone exposure.

Special notes on pet odors.

1. If the odor originated from urine it is VERY important to treat with C20 first and m ake sure that it is soaked in well.

2. If the pets bed is the source of the odor, or if the pets lived in the area for a long time all porous floor areas should

be treated with C20 prior to the ozone treatment. This will help in deodorizing the pet dander and body oils that have

fallen through the carpet to the floor board, if this step is not done the odor may come back and require re treatment.

GARBAGE ROOMS:

Recommended Equipment:

PRO Series 3600-1, 3600-5, Depending on the size of garbage room Place the  ozone generator on

a shelf above the door entrance positioned so the air stream blows away from the sensitive entrance area. An

additional osculating fan will greatly enhance the deodorization results by mixing all the contaminated air efficiently

with the generated ozone. A shock treatment procedure may be required as the first step to treatment in a garbage

room. (Refer to OZONE SHOCK TREATMENT PROCEDURE above), depending on the severity of odors prior to

placement of  ozone generator. Humid rooms may need dry air routed to the ozone generator with a four

inch pipe or hose.

COMPACTOR BINS:

Recommended Equipment:

PRO 3600-1, 3600-5, 5000 Depending on severity of odor.

 PRO series ozone generator have a hose adapter as a standard feature and can be ordered with secure SS

mounting brackets. The ozone generator should be securely mounted to the compactor in such an area that is

accessible for maintenance but not accessible to public or workers. Next cut a 4" hole in front of the ozone generator

for the ozone to be routed through. Using a 4" PVC sewer pipe elbow, route the ozone through the hole that was cut

out of the compactor in front of the ozone generator. Place an ozone controller in the compactor room to ensure that

the ozone concentration does not exceed the maximum safe levels.

AUTOMOBILE DEODORIZATION

Most obnoxious odors such as m old, mildew, smoke, etc. can easily be removed from cars, trucks, RV's etc.

Cigarette smoke and most other organic odors can be removed from a car, truck, boat, motor home etc in 1-2 hours.

First you should clean the vehicle thoroughly. If the odor is known to be caused by a liquid such as milk or urine you

should first treat the area with a high quality non fragrance liquid deodorizer like C20. Ensure that the vehicle is

completely 100% dry prior to ozone application, failure to do so may cause dam age to the interior components.

Place a  ozone generator in car or truck, if the vehicle has air conditioning set the heater/AC to re-circulate

the air and adjust vent fan to full. Operate ozone at half to full for 1-2 hours. Open the doors and air out car or truck,

check for lingering odors a couple of hours later. Repeat the procedure if necessary.

Note: Caution in areas of treatment using high levels of ozone. Treat all exposed natural rubber with a silicone spray

or Vaseline in order to prevent cracking. This is not the case with fabric covered rubber cushions.

CAUTION: Some car and truck odors are a result of chemical fragrance deodorizers that are non ozone depleting and

therefore are very difficult to eliminate. Animal dander and oils embedded under the carpet, must sometimes be lifted

and cleaned with C20 or equivalent liquid deodorizer before treatment with ozone.

Recommended equipment:

DC PRO 450, DC PRO 970, PRO 700, PRO 3400-1, or PRO 3600-1. & C20 liquid deodorizer

Application procedures:

The DC PRO 450, DC PRO 970 runs on 12vdc for use where you can not get AC wall voltage or when you need it on the go. Smokers

can keep the unit on low 24 hours per day and always come back to a fresh smelling car. Turn it up to full for 1-2

hours and do a low level shock treatment. If you are a smoker or have a smoker in the family, you can't go without

one!

The DC PRO 450, DC PRO 970 and the PRO 700 are ideal for auto detailers and dealers that need to shock treat 1-2 cars per day. They

are the two lowest priced AC ozone generators that we offer yet they are powerful enough to deodorize a small RV.

The PRO 3400-1 is functionally the same but has a higher output and is upgradeable to a higher output.

The PRO 3600-1 Is the best unit for shock treating a car, truck, RV, etc.. The PRO 3600-1 allows the use of a hose

to rout the ozone into the vehicle or fresh air into the generator, this keeps the generator from oxidizing itself. The

PRO 3600-1 is also upgradeable, if m ore ozone is needed for a specific job or you need to do the treatm ent faster,

just add an extra generator plate.

For this reason it is the best unit suited to a detailer or auto dealer that is treating several auto's every day.

Important:

-If the odor was caused by a liquid contamination such as musty odor from a leak, you must first fix the leak or the

problem will come back.

-If the odor was caused by a liquid contamination such as pet urine, the area needs treated with C20 to ensure that

the odor will not come back.

BOAT AND YACHT DEODORIZATION

Most obnoxious odors such as mold, mildew, smoke, bilge odors, etc. can easily be removed from boats and yachts.

Boat & yacht bilge odors are easily taken care of with a  ozone generator & C20 liquid deodorizer. Just place

ozone generator in bilge or living quarters when at dock and operate on full for 24 hrs. Ensure that all plants pets and

people are removed for the duration of the deodorization process. Air out the living quarters of the boat or yacht

before re entering. For heavy boat & yacht bilge odors use C20 liquid deodorizer prior to ozone application.

Recommended Equipment:

DC PRO 450, DC PRO 970, DC PRO 450, DC PRO 970, PRO 700, PRO 3400-1 or PRO 3600-1. & C20 liquid deodorizer

Application procedures:

The DC PRO 450, DC PRO 970 runs on 12vdc for use where you can not get AC wall voltage or when you need it on the go. If you are away from dock for extended periods of time and/or do not have AC voltage on board, then the DC PRO 450, DC PRO 970 is the unit for you. ( 120VAC wall adapter also available).

The DC PRO 450, DC PRO 970 and the PRO 700 are ideal for shock treating boats and yachts at dock or away if you have AC power.

These are a few of the lowest priced AC ozone generators that we offer yet they are powerful enough to deodorize the bilge of a 40-50ft yacht.

The PRO 3400-1 is functionally the same but has a higher output and is upgradeable to a higher output.

The PRO 3600-1 Is the best unit for shock treating large boats and yacht at dock. The PRO 3600-1 allows the use of

a hose to rout the ozone into the bilge or other contaminated areas. The PRO 3600-1 is also upgradeable, if more

ozone is needed for a specific job or you need to do the treatment faster, just add an extra generator plate.

Important:

-If the odor was caused by a liquid contamination such as musty odor from a leak, you may need to first fix the leak

or the problem will come back.

-If the odor was caused by a liquid contamination, the area needs treated with C20 to ensure that the odor will not

come back.

REDUCING CONTAMINATION IN OCCUPIED AREAS

If you wish to use an ozone generator as an air purifier, cleaner, deodorizer, etc. in an occupied area you must

first realize that ozone will NOT completely sterilize any environment at a level that is safe for people, plants and

pets. It may however reduce the contamination when used properly, if you are trying to sterilize the surfaces of

an environment please refer to the shock treatment section.

(Setting Ozone Level) The right level is when all the generated ozone is being used up accomplishing its job.

However, this is difficult to obtain because it becomes a balancing act. Initially the machines output is set high for

a short time to get rid of the problem odor as quickly as possible. As this is accomplished less ozone is required

for the diminishing odors, thereby leaving some residual ozone in the air. If the machines output is not turned

down after a short while then more residual ozone will be left in the air. If there is a heavy smell of ozone, there is

more ozone present than is required to do the job. Simply turn the rheostat (output level control) on the ozone

generator down to reduce the ozone output. This is a case where more is not considered better. The levels of ozone

required to deodorize most environments are from .03ppm to .1ppm.

The  ozone generator should be properly sized for the specific area and number of possible smokers or

other contaminants. The Ozone generator should be hooked into the air handling system in order to ensure proper

distribution. (The Ductzone is designed to be mounted on the ductwork or if higher output in required, mounting

brackets are available for the PRO 3600, 5000, & 10000). An ozone controller should also be used in order to

ensure safe levels are not exceeded.

If a controller is not used (not recommended) adjust  ozone generator so that the ozone or the problem

odor can not be detected. Begin with the ozone generator on low setting and work your way up slowly. One

person should be in charge of adjusting the ozone generator output as the contamination increases or decreases.

If ozone is set for 40 smokers and 30 vacate, then the ozone generator should be adjusted to lower setting,

otherwise the air will become excessively ozonated and possibly cause sore throat or headache.

Recommended equipment:

An ozone generator capable of approximately 20 mg/hr / 100 sq/ft of space and an ozone controller to ensure that

the ozone is kept at a safe level. The amount of ozone needed is different for every installation due to several

factors:

1. High humidity reduces the output of the ozone generator. (not applicable to UV produced ozone generation)

2. The level of odor or other contamination. The stronger the problem the more ozone is needed.

3. Air exchange, if the room or building has an exhaust, air exchange, etc. this must be taken into account.

Application procedures:

All  ozone generators with the exception of the Ductzone are of a commercial design, the output is

higher than .05ppm

Wherever possible the ozone generator should be run through the air handling system to ensure that people are

not exposed to high concentrations from the ozone generator output.

All procedures are basic. For more intense and extensive procedures, consult  or refer to fire

and flood manual for comprehensive procedures

RULES OF THUMB:

a. Odors created in a hot environment are embedded deeper in the pores of the materials such as curtains,

furniture, wallboard etc. This is due to pores expanding when hot and closing when cold. A warm environment will

always produce better results than a cold one when deodorizing a gaseous odor.

b. Humidity always enhances an odor. Existing odor causing contaminants like bacteria and fungus flourish in

warm and humid environments.

c. Overkill and persistence is the successful way to deodorizing.

d. An additional fan of high output is necessary in all ozone treatments for optimum results. The fan will force

the ozone into the small pores of the material to remove the odors absorbed.

e. In all decomposed protein, use a powerful sanitizer or bactericide and a powerful liquid deodorizer like C20

or equivalent.

f. Always use respirator and gloves when handling contaminated materials like rotten meats or dead animals.

g. Caution in areas of treatment using high levels of ozone. Treat all exposed natural rubber with a silicone

spray or Vaseline in order to prevent cracking. This is not the case with fabric covered rubber cushions

h. Humid air supplied to the ozone generator will result in less ozone production. Dry air supplied to a generator

will result in optimum ozone production.

*Caution:*

. The water in moist or wet surfaces of fabrics combined with high ozone may create Hydrogen Peroxide and result

in bleached material. Avoid high humidity situations combined with high ozone concentrations.

COMMON ODORS ELIMINATED WITH OZONE

Aged Books

Hospital odors

Alcohol Beverages (Bars, Lounges etc.)

All organic waste

Pet Odors

Auto Exhaust

Bacteria

Kitchen Smells

Oils and Greases

Bathroom Odors

Body Odors

Burned Hair

Burned Food

Carbon Monoxide

Methylmercaptan (Pet Urine)

Mildew

Mold

Cigarette Smoke

Rotting and Decaying Substances

Most Organic Chemicals

Paint Fumes

Diesel Fumes

Ripe or Rotten Foods

Sewer Odors

Fish Odors

Smoke

Stale or Stuffy Rooms or Buildings

MARKETS FOR  OZONE EQUIPMENT

OFFICE AND ENVIRONMENT (Unoccupied Areas)

Garbage rooms

Cigarette Smoke

Mold odors

Pet odors

Mildew odors

Maintenance rooms

Damp basements

Storage rooms

Smoking lounges

Restrooms

Meeting rooms

HOTELS & MOTELS

Garbage compactors (Unoccupied areas)

Garbage areas

Linen rooms

Change rooms (Pool)

Kitchens

lounges

Health clubs (Weight rooms, locker rooms,

dirty linen rooms)

Restaurant or commercial industrial exhaust

stack and gas stream.

SHOPPING MALLS

Food court garbage areas

Garbage compactors

AUTOMOBILES & RVs

Cigarette Smoke

Pet odors

Mildew odors

PROPERTY MANAGEMENT

Rental houses (Unoccupied)

Apartments (Unoccupied)

Deodorizing between rentals for (tobacco,

ethnic food cooking odors, pet odors)

Garbage rooms

Garbage compactor

Common recreation rooms

 

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