Anti-Corrosive Part in Ozone Generators
Another aspect of our dedication to a professional ozone generator that delivers reliable service year-after-year is the careful design and assembly process. Ozone is a corrosive element when there is long-term exposure to high ozone levels. While this is not a concern the facility during 3-6 hour ozone shock treatments, your ozone generator spends hours, days, and weeks in a high ozone environment. Therefore, we prepare every part to sustain a corrosive environment.
1- Stainless Steel Parts: Our screws, nuts, and parts are stainless steel.
2- Cases are heavy plastic or heavy-gauge aluminum. Good! ... but not good enough. We powder coat every case inside and out so corrosion is something that happens to the other guys.
3- Electrical parts are in sealed compartments or sealed from exposure to the air
4- Connections are treated with tape, shrink wrap, or non-corrosive paste
5- Fan motors use ball-bearing shafts and have not rubber or foam.
TAKE NOTE: Other ozone machines maybe be "Conversions", meaning they were one a fan, air blow, or vacuum cleaner. These systems were never intended to be an ozone generator and a more prone to failure. This means switches, wire connections, exposed metal parts, and rubber and polymer seal will deteriorate during long-term ozone exposure. Our systems are BUILT from DAY ONE to be ozone generators and every measure to make them anti-corrosive has been made.
Bottom Line: If you see the same blower or fan for sale in a store or online, but now the company claims it is an ozone machine .... shop elsewhere!!!