O3 - Ozone Generators & Equipment
The founders of silvermedicine.org have spent considerable time and effort to locate quality ozone generators suitable for a wide range of home uses. Our goal? Finding the most affordable, safe, and durable ozone generators suitable for experimental home ozone use.
Low Cost Ozone Generators
When considering ozone generators for home therapuetic use, several issues must be taken into account.
We've received emails from interested individuals who are looking at simple air purifiers and water ozonaters when considering ozone generator purchases. These units are attractive, in that they are very cost effective. While such units, if designed correctly, do a great job for their purpose, and while the water ozonaters, if designed correctly, do an excellent job with ozonating water, these are not at all suitable for therapuetic use.
When considering an ozone machine purchase for therapuetic purposes, one must examine three factors:
1. Ozone concentration - The volume of ozone per hour, which is what many industrial ozone units are gauged by, is not directly relevant to the therapuetic value of ozone. The greatest factor to consider is the actual concentration of ozone that a machine produces. 3% Ozone ( 42 ug/ml in pure oxygen ) is the minimum therapuetic concentration, with 5% ozone ( 70 ug/ml in pure oxygen ) being the generally recognized maximum effective concentration. Most of the water ozonators being sold max out at a concentration of 2.5% - 3% ozone. Furthermore, many of the cheap units shipped out of China are misrepresented and do not produce ozone according to the manufacturer specifications.
2. Ozone Production - The method of ozone generation and the quality of the components is extremely important. Industrial and commercial ozone generators usually are created with a corona "hot spark" method. If one uses ambient air instead of pure oxygen, an excessive amount of nitrous oxide is created as a byproduct of ozone generation, and this produces a significant health risk at high concentrations.
3. Ozone Generator Engineering Considerations - Ozone resistant parts should be used in-line. When quality components are used, machines can be designed to last for years of use. Cheap ozone machines will last for perhaps a year. A quality ozone machine will run for years.
Consider carefully the uses for which your generator should serve. The options we outline below are for experimental therapuetic use, not medical use. The ozone generators are capable of air treatment , water ozonation, steam sauna use, bath use, ozonating food, water, ozone bagging and insulflation.
UV Generator - Laboratory tested at 5% Ozone
In order to use this generator, an oxygen source is needed, either an oxygen tank or an oxygen concentrator may be used. We can provide high quality, warrantied refurbished oxygen concentrators for $400.00, or you can shop around for a unit elsewhere. The Invacare units we offer have a 30 day unconditional warranty (we pay shipping both ways), and a 1 year standard warranty (you pay to ship it back, and we'll pay return shipping). These Invacare units are good for steam saunas, water ozonation, and ozonating olive oil. For insulflation, an oxygen tank with a low flow rate is recommended.
Other Ozone Generators
The only other ozone generators we can for therapeutic home use:
Also, consider the recomendations below:
Nebulizers for Ozonating Oils
For individuals who wish to bubble ozone (only between 1-5% concentration) through oils and nebulize:
The BIOREGENE Nebulizer with kit ( VAPOZONE Detox System II Kit ) is available for $200.00 by following this link: Click Here.
Ozone Steam Sauna Tents
If you are interested in learning more about the ozone generators we are currently backing, .
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