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About Ozone & Odor Elimination

Ozone, or O3, is simply a supercharged form of oxygen. We refer to the regular oxygen molecule that we breathe as O2. Ozone is essentially O2 with an extra oxygen atom attached. Thus it carries the O3 designation. Oxygen is regularly transformed into ozone through forces such as lightning, and also ultra-violet (UV) light from the sun striking the atmosphere of the earth. Nature has been creating O3 for millions of years as a natural sanitizer. After a short period of time the O3 molecule is designed to revert back to O2, regular oxygen, leaving no residue.

 

Ozone Generators for Permanent Odor Removal

Odors develop from many sources and greatly impact the way a guest evaluates your facility. From the carpet to the furniture, the basement to the bedroom, the restroom to the classroom, or the lobby to the dining room, unwanted odors can develop and harbor almost anywhere. And the way a place smells sends out a signal about the level of cleanliness.

With the Ozonator, there is no need to saturate the indoors with strong fragrances, which many guests find objectionable. Simply close off the area to be treated and let the ozone generator do its work. With the turn of a dial, it attacks odors at their source and leaves your space smelling fresh and clean.

The reason we call our product Ozonator is that the ozone (O3) is sent into the room, attacking odors at their source and eliminating them. It naturally dissipates in about an hour leaving only a clean, fresh smelling room.

 

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Just place the ozone machine in the space, set the dial and vacate the area during treatment.

Ozone shock treatment is a powerful method of odor elimination without the use of chemicals or masking deodorizers.

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From the carpet to the furniture, any room,unwanted odors will be removed.

The ozone (O3) is sent into the room, attacking odors at their source and eliminating them.

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How We Learn About It

The general public learns about ozone in two different ways. The first is the protective ozone layer in the upper atmosphere that helps to reduce the amount of ultra-violet light that strikes the earth, keeping our planet cooler. This natural layer of O3 has gradually been depleted as a result of specific pollutants such as aerosols and the older refrigerant gases.

This depletion is sometimes referred to as “holes in the ozone layer” and is also a contributor to skin cancer because too much UV light is now getting through. Steps have been taken over the past 20 years by governments to reduce these pollutants and there are hopeful signs that the ozone layer is making a slow comeback.

The second way we learn about O3 is the ground level ozone that develops in polluted cities. Automobiles and industry pollute the air through exhaust emissions. When ultra-violet (UV) light from the sun strikes these emissions, ozone is created as one of the byproducts. Burning fossil fuel creates many other pollutants as well, but ozone is the easy to measure and used as an overall indicator of the pollution.

Since life began, nature has created ozone by sunlight striking gases emitted from decaying matter as a way to keep the earth fresh and clean. This is nature’s response to pollution in the air. When the exhaust emissions are high, the O3 levels become high as a response to the excessive pollutants that are emitted, especially during summer. The ozone levels generally rise during the day in response to the greater amount of sunshine and go back down at night as the O3 breaks down to O2. Ongoing exposure to high levels of ozone at ground level can cause respiratory irritation, especially when combined with particulate and the many other gases emitted from burning fuels.

So there is concern about not enough ozone in the upper atmosphere to protect us, as well as elevated amounts at ground level in some cities that may cause irritation, both in response to pollution. These two ozone issues are sometimes confused with the main concern about burning fossil fuels, which is the release of chemicals such as carbon dioxide. These pollutants are known as “greenhouse gases” that trap heat coming off the earth and prevent it from escaping out into space. Carbon dioxide is the main contributor to global warming, and very much on the rise with no overall solution on the horizon. The protective ozone layer, on the other hand, appears to be returning as a result of coordinated governmental actions. We can only hope that carbon levels will also come into balance at some point in the future through conservation, technology and cooperative governmental policies.

Without O3 and UV light the earth would be a very smelly place with mold, mildew and viruses running rampant. These natural sanitizers work together and are designed to keep the outdoors fresh, clean and healthy. Normally, however, there is very little ozone or UV light that gets into our indoor spaces where we spend nearly all of our time. This is because the buildings where we live and work are designed to shut out the natural elements. As a result, organic matter, moisture, chemicals, microorganisms and other elements combine to generate unhealthy indoor odors.

How It Is Used

Today, ozone is intentionally produced by man for a variety of purification purposes. It is created by corona discharge as an electrical current is sent to a dielectric material such as a ceramic plate, which splits the O2 molecule creating O3. Ozone can also be created using a UV lamp that emits light in a certain spectrum in order to split the O2 molecule. The main use of ozone is for cleaning and disinfecting.

Ozone is injected in nearly all bottled waters and is widely used in Europe for treating municipal water supplies. It is a great alternative to chlorine for water purification, although more expensive, because it leaves no taste or chemical residue. Sewage and other waste are sometimes treated with ozone because it leaves no residue. O3 is also used for indoor air treatment but care must be taken so that is both safe and effective.

The typical way O3 is used commercially for air treatment is by generating ozone in an unoccupied space. For example, if a hotel wants to change a smoking room to a non-smoking room, they often use a commercial ozone generator like the Ozonator to pull odors out of the carpet, drapes, bedding, etc. Smoke and fire damage restoration service companies also use O3 to remove residual odors.

The FDA has approved O3 for treatment of air and water in food processing plants because it reduces microorganism counts without impacting the flavor. Flood and water damage restoration companies sometimes treat air with O3 at high levels in unoccupied spaces to get rid of musty smells as well as mold and mildew. Restaurants, bars, casinos, cruise ships, rental apartments, schools, offices, time shares and many other locations are beginning to treat their facilities with ozone during the off hours to get rid of odors and keep the property smelling fresh and clean.

The reason that ozone is able to reduce strong odors is because it goes after pollutants at the source. O3 is a very active form of oxygen that will naturally circulate throughout the room oxidizing odors on surfaces. Ozone can also follow the same path that vapors took when they entered soft materials and oxidize many of those embedded odors. It can help accelerate the dissipation of chemicals from new carpet, furniture and paint as well. There are numerous other applications.

 

Common Questions About Ozone Machines & Odor Elimination

Is Ozone Safe?

Yes. Commercial ozone generators are designed for use in unoccupied spaces. Shortly after treatment the O3 will revert back to O2, leaving no chemical vapors in the air or residue on surfaces. At the same time, ozone is powerful sanitizer and excessive ozone concentrations may cause mucus membrane or respiratory irritation, and can affect people with asthma. Several years ago, a concern developed when consumer air purifiers began to incorporate ozone and were marketed as around the clock units for homes and offices. The possibility of long term exposure for consumers resulted in a notice of caution by government agencies. Therefore, it is always best to use ozone in unoccupied spaces as recommended.

What is Ozone?

Ozone (O3) is a highly charged form of the oxygen (O2) that we breathe. Nature has been producing ozone for millions of years. At ground level, O3 and also acts as a natural sanitizer to keep the air smelling fresh and clean. In the upper atmosphere, ozone acts as a protective layer that partially shields the earth from the sun's UV rays. Life on earth as we know it could not exist without O3. This third oxygen atom is loosely attached, unstable and seeks out pollutants. It will then release and oxidize the pollutant on contact.

How Does Nature Produce Ozone?

Ozone is created by lightning during active thunderstorms by splitting O2 molecules in half, and allowing the single molecules to attach to regular oxygen molecules, thus becoming O3. The process is known as corona discharge and often creates a fresh clean smell in the air after a thunderstorm that can be very distinctive. Ozone is also created by ultraviolet rays from the sun striking the earth and its atmosphere.

How does the Ozonator Generator Create Ozone?

The generators utilize electricity to create a corona discharge which duplicates the effect of lightning. This technology employs a special transformer that sends a current to the stainless steel screen on the ceramic plate. As a result, the O2 molecule is split, which then combines with other O2 molecules to create the O3 molecule, or ozone.

 

How Is Ozone Beneficial in Removing Odors?

Ozone is very effective because it will circulate throughout an area and eliminate odors at their source. It actually oxidizes pollutants as it encounters them, whether they are in the air or on surfaces. These include odors from tobacco smoke, food and beverages, body sweat, mold and mildew, animals and pets, garbage, remodeling and many more odor producing substances. It will also follow the same path that the odors took into soft fabrics and oxidize them on contact. Unlike deodorizers, it does not leave a smell or chemical residue in the facility, which some people find objectionable.

The treated area becomes free of odors.

 

How Much Ozone Is Needed to Eliminate Odors in a Particular Area?

Each space that has developed an odor is somewhat unique, so square footage is not always the best way to determine how long the treatment should be. For example, if a hotel room was smoked in for one evening, a 20 or 30 minute treatment should eliminate the odors. However, if the room had been smoked in heavily for a week, it could take several hours of treatment. And to convert a smoking room into a non-smoking room could take as long as 24 hours to eliminate the odors. The ozone output of the Ozonator generators is rated in milligrams per hour. In general, the higher the output the less time it takes to eliminate odors.

How Easy is it to Use and Install?

Just plug in the unit, select an Ozone Output level on the dial and set the Timer. Close off and vacate the area to be treated, and let the Ozonator do its work. Upon return, make sure the unit has been off for 45 minutes or an hour before reoccupying the space. Unwanted odors will have been oxidized and the area will smell fresh and clean. Note: The Ozonator also has a "Hold" feature on the Timer for really tough odors so that it runs until manually turned off.

 

How Is Ozone Purification Different from Air Filtration?

Air filters trap particles that are floating in the air onto a membrane as they are drawn into the filter. They normally do not have an impact on odors, but in some cases, certain gases can be trapped as well. A pollutant must get passed through the membrane in order to be captured, so filters are unable to affect the source of the odors. Ozone generators on the other hand, send out O3 into the treatment area to oxidize and remove odors at their source.

How Is Ozone Purification Different from Deodorizers?

Most deodorizers use a chemical formulation to counteract odors combined with fragrances to help cover them up. The chemicals and fragrances used in deodorization will normally leave some residue in the air and on surfaces. Some people find these fumes unpleasant, while those who are highly sensitive to chemicals may have a reaction. Ozone, on the other hand, is designed to oxidize odors at their source. It usually dissipates less than an hour, leaving the air smelling fresh and clean, with no residue. In fact, it will even eliminate the heavy smell that can linger from a deodorizer.

How is Ozone Created in Polluted Cities?

Since life began, nature has created ozone on earth as a result of sunlight striking gases being emitted from decaying matter, keeping the planet fresh and clean. This is nature's response to pollution in the air. When automobiles and industry pollute the air in our cities, UV light from the sun strikes these emissions, creating ozone as one of the byproducts. Burning fossil fuel also creates very fine particulate as well as numerous chemical compounds, but ozone is easy to measure and used as an overall indicator of pollution. Cleaner burning fuels, more efficient engines and exhaust reduction devices have begun to slowly improve air quality in many US cities.

 

Ozone Safety

Ozone generators are for use in unoccupied spaces and not running when people or pets are present. While O3 is both a natural and powerful oxidizer that will eliminate most odors, long-term exposure is not recommended by government agencies because it can contribute to eye and respiratory irritation.

These are valid safety concerns because the ozone breaks apart molecules as part of the oxidation process, especially odor causing molecules. It also kills microorganisms like mold and mildew. However, humans and pets are also made up of molecules, so ozone at high levels has the potential to irritate the eyes and respiratory system, especially those with asthma or COPD. Therefore, ozone should be used with caution.

In the recent past, some direct marketing companies sold air purifiers that produce ozone to consumers for use in occupied spaces. This created concern at the EPA, the FDA and the American Lung Association, which resulted in adverse publicity for the ozone industry. For decades prior to that time, ozone had been used commercially in the hotel, apartment, janitorial, water and fire damage remediation industries and many others, while spaces were unoccupied. So the state of California now has ozone restrictions for consumer air purifiers, and industrial ozone cleaners like the Ozonator have special labeling requirements. Beware of any type of air purifier that produces ozone and claims the product is for use in occupied spaces.

 

How It Works

Outdoors, nature eliminates odors and microorganisms using both UV light and O3. Indoors, most places that generate odors receive very little UV light or O3. The Ozonator purifier creates O3, or ozone, in a special process that utilizes an electrical current. Ozone sanitizes by breaking down odors, microorganisms and other pollutants at their source.

Nature creates O3 as a natural cleaner during thunderstorms, and also from sunlight striking the earth’s atmosphere. As an example, we’ve all taken a walk after a thunderstorm and experienced the clean, fresh smell in the air. That's O3, or ozone, at work.

Normal oxygen (O2) is converted to O3, which is commonly called ozone. It reverts back to O2 in about an hour if the O3 is unused. This leaves the air fresh and clean because the source of the odor has been permanently removed. And there are no artificial odors so the space becomes free of odors, as nature intended. Employ the cleaning power of nature and create an outdoor fresh environment in your facility!

 

How to Treat Apartment Odors

Eliminate odors at their source with Ozone shock treatment. No chemicals. No masking deodorizers. Just a simple, permanent solution.

Ozone generators remove household odors very effectively. For example, a rental property designated as non-smoking is often smoked in by the occupant. Simply cleaning it will not eliminate smoking odors because the fumes penetrate the furniture and fabrics, and tobacco smoke residue clings to the walls, ceilings, inside closets and cabinets and most other surfaces.

Solution: To eliminate apartment odors, an Ozonator unit is placed in the home for treatment while the space is unoccupied. The dial on the timer is set depending on the severity of the odors. Cabinet and closet doors are opened and the area is vacated for treatment. O3 fills the entire home, contacting all surfaces, penetrating fabrics and oxidizing odors at their source. The time for treatment will vary with the size of the apartment and how deeply entrenched the odors. So treatment may take as little as 2 or 3 hours for light odors, whereas heavy odors may take 48 hours or more.

Note: The fan on the thermostat for the air conditioner may be turned to the ON position to help circulate the O3 throughout and remove odors that build up inside the ductwork.

Once treatment is completed, there is no trace of the original odor and no deodorizer smells that simply mask odors, which many people find objectionable. Occupants will enjoy a fresh smelling property, and this greatly adds to guest satisfaction.

How to Treat Pet Odors

Solution: For thorough pet odor removal, close off the area to be treated and place an Ozonator unit in the area. Remove all pets and vacate the space while the ozone generator runs for several hours (or longer depending on the severity of the odors). As the O3 circulates throughout the facility, it will oxidize pet odors wherever it contacts them. Because O3 is a very active molecule, it will follow the same path that the animal odors took, removing odors clinging to carpets, cabinets, furniture, and upholstery and even inside air conditioning ducts. Note: It is recommended that one window be left open about 3 inches to provide a constant source of fresh oxygen to the unit.

Allow at least one hour for the O3 to dissipate before allowing owners and pets to re-occupy the space. If pet odor has not been completely eliminated, repeat the ozone pet odor removal treatment again. As long as pets share the space, the treatment may need to be repeated again from time to time.

How to Treat Cigarette Odors

Cigarette smoke can be a difficult pollutant to remove because there are different components to the smoke. The first component of smoking is that cigarettes produce many toxic and irritating gases such as carbon monoxide, phenol, and ammonia gases. The second component of the smoke odor is the high level of tar vapors released into the air as cigarettes are smoked. These smelly tar vapors become sticky when they contact surfaces. They travel everywhere in the facility that smoke or air can flow into, including inside air vents, on walls and ceilings, on furniture, and even inside closets and cabinets. To totally eliminate cigarette smoke odor, you need something that will follow the same path as the tobacco vapors and oxidize the odors away.

Solution: To eliminate cigarette smoke odors, close off the area to be treated and place an Ozonator unit in the area and set the timer. Then vacate the area and run the ozone generator for several hours or longer depending on the severity of the odors. (If tobacco has only been used for a few days in the space, for example, it may take less than an hour. If tobacco has been used for years, it may take two or three days.) Allow the O3 to dissipate for at least an hour prior to re-occupying space. If the smoke odor has not been completely eliminated, repeat the ozone treatment again.

Note: The fan on the thermostat for the air conditioner may be turned to the ON setting to circulate the O3 and remove cigarette odor that has built up inside the ductwork and the air conditioner unit itself. For long term treatment it is recommended that one window be kept open about 2 inches to provide a constant source of oxygen for ozone creation.

How to Treat Car Odors

Solution: To remove car odor, an Ozonator car ozone machine is placed on the seat after the vehicles interior has been cleaned (Note: if the seats and carpet have been recently shampooed, it is best to wait until they are dry before treatment). Run an extension cord through the window and leave it open a few inches. Set the dial on the Ozonator car odor remover for 30 minutes to several hours. The treatment time depends on such things as the size of the vehicle, how long it was smoked in, or how deeply entrenched the odors. The windows and doors are closed, except it will be necessary to leave one window open a few inches during treatment, providing a supply of oxygen that creates more ozone (O3). Car odor removal is easy as the interior is filled with ozone and odors are eliminated.Note: To thoroughly remove cigarette smoke from car as well as other odors that may have penetrated the air-conditioning system, turn on the vehicle fan and select the “re-circulate” option 15 minutes to one hour before the end of the treatment. Upon returning to the vehicle, open the windows to ventilate the interior. The O3 creates a clean, sanitizing smell that dissipates within an hour.You don’t need to mask vehicle odors with so-called car odor eliminator air fresheners. The vehicle will smell fresh and be free of pollutants, allergens and odors with the Ozonator treatment for car odor removal.

How to Treat Home Odors

Home odor removal is necessary because smells develop from various sources such as tobacco smoke, pets, cooking, moisture, mold, and body odors. These odors and vapors are not only in the air but adhere to the walls, ceilings, cabinets and crevices. They also get embedded in the carpet, the furniture, the drapes and clothing, as well as in the bathroom, kitchen and closets.

Ozone generators remove household odors very effectively. For example, a rental property designated as non-smoking is often smoked in by the occupant. Simply cleaning it will not eliminate smoking odors because the fumes penetrate the furniture and fabrics, and tobacco smoke residue clings to the walls, ceilings, inside closets and cabinets and most other surfaces.

Solution: To eliminate home odors, an Ozonator unit is placed in the home for treatment while the space is unoccupied. The dial on the timer is set depending on the severity of the odors. Cabinet and closet doors are opened and the area is vacated for treatment. O3 fills the entire home, contacting all surfaces, penetrating fabrics and oxidizing odors at their source. The time for treatment will vary with the size of the house and how deeply entrenched the odors. So treatment may take as little as 2 or 3 hours for light odors, whereas heavy odors may take 48 hours or more.

Note: The fan on the thermostat for the air conditioner may be turned to the ON position to help circulate the O3 throughout and remove odors that build up inside the ductwork.

Once treatment is completed, there is no trace of the original odor and no deodorizer smells that simply mask odors, which many people find objectionable. Occupants will enjoy a fresh smelling property, and this greatly adds to guest satisfaction.

How to Treat Room Odors

Room smells develop in hotels, dormitories, homes, offices and other interior spaces from moisture, body odors, food, beverages, pets and the occasional smoker. Fumes and odors get embedded in the carpet, the furniture, the drapes and bedding, as well as the bathroom, and can also the cling to walls, ceilings and other surfaces. Microorganisms often thrive in this type of environment as well.

Even after the room is cleaned, odors may return because all surfaces are not part of the cleaning protocol. Ozone is very effective because it attacks them at their source. As the O3 is circulated throughout the room or facility, it oxidizes the odors on all surfaces. Ozone is a very active molecule that will follow the same path that the odors took to eliminate room odors, even down into cracks and crevices. O3 also attacks the cell structure of microorganisms, killing mold and mildew.

Solution: To remove room smells, an Ozonator is brought into the room and plugged in. Open any closets and cabinets. Set the treatment time depending on the severity of the odors. The doors are then closed and the area vacated for treatment. Allow the O3 to dissipate for at least an hour prior to re-occupying the space.

Note: Many rooms have their own separate A/C unit. However, if there is central system with a return vent in the room, it is best to tape the return duct closed with plastic or paper, and and also close the supply vents. This will keep the O3 inside the room to do its sanitizing work and not let it be circulated into other rooms.

When the next occupant enters the room, there is no trace of an odor from the previous occupant. And there is no residual smell from deodorizers that try to mask odors, which many people find objectionable. The new occupant will enjoy a fresh smelling room, and this has a great impact on how they feel about the facility.

How to Treat Bathroom Odors

Bathrooms in office buildings, retail facilities, schools and institutions often have a lot more traffic and use than other areas. Keeping them clean can be an ongoing challenge. Moisture is usually present and odors circulate inside the bathroom and saturate the facility. Microorganisms thrive in this type of environment. They can be found not only in the cracks and crevices but also on many surfaces, including walls and ceilings.

Even after the janitorial staff has cleaned the facility, a bathroom odor eliminator is often needed. Odors are still present because all surfaces are not part of the cleaning protocol. Ozone is very effective in bathroom odor removal because it attacks odors at their source. At high levels, O3 deteriorates the cell structure of microorganisms and breaks down their ability to reproduce.

Solution: The best way to eliminate bathroom odors is to run the Ozonator

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