How we define efficiency of our ozonators?

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Ozone output efficency of OZONIZER ozonators we define based on the ozone electrodes manufacturer's data. Ozone electrodes emit corona discharges and are the heart of our ozone generators.

We use two types of electrodes with nominal capacities of 3.5 and 5 grams of ozone per hour (3.5 g/h and 5 g/h). Ozone efficiency may vary depending on the conditions of use, in particular oxygenation, humidity, pollution, air temperature and device workinig time. The ozone electrode manufacturer measures ozone concentration at <= 10°C and humidity <= 10%.


Ozonator modelOzonator capacityElectrodes quantityNominal capacity of 1 electrodeOverall capacity of electrodes
Ozonizer 7 7 g/h 2 pcs 3.5 g/h 7 g/h
Ozonizer 10 10 g/h 2 pcs 5 g/h 10 g/h
Ozonizer 14 14 g/h 4 pcs 3.5 g/h 14 g/h
Ozonizer 20 20 g/h 4 pcs 5 g/h 20 g/h
Ozonizer 28 28 g/h 8 pcs 3.5 g/h 28 g/h
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Ozonizer Ozonators

Ozonizer Ozonators

Our ozonizers are characterized by simple construction which guarantees maximum ease of use and high reliability

  • high flow of ozone
  • ease of use and reliability
  • high efficiency, good price
  • low operating costs
  • solid construction, durable design, quality and persistence
  • fast guarantee and postguarantee service
  • compliance with the latest CE standards

High durability of ozonators ensures lack of unnecessary electronics such as operating hours counters, timers or microprocessor controllers and affects their attractive prices.

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