Ozone machine

Discussion in 'Scent Control' started by redsquirrel, Oct 8, 2014.

  1. fawnzy

    fawnzy Active Member

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    Hi G2,
    Great video. A couple of things I thought of only because of things said in the video.

    Ozone isn’t made from nothing. There needs to be a source of O2 for the machine to make O3. Placing the machine in a container like that will limit the machines ability.

    The other thing I was wondering was about moisture. O3 doesn’t work well in damp conditions. Make sure the items are dry first.

    Lastly, I know you’re in a warm climate. Generally, the warmer it is the shorter the O3 lifespan will be and thus it will be less effective. Try for room temp if you can. So, in the evening out of the sun, with the lid cracked. The O3 is heavier than air and will continue to settle in the box so having the lid cracked won’t be an odour concern until after you’ve turned the machine off.

    Lastly and most importantly, the O3 smell will linger on your clothes for some time and that is safe. However, sticking your head in a box of O3 gas is not. The gas is not good for your eyes, lungs, throat, nose. Be careful.

    If you use it in your home and can smell it being produced, it’s too much for people, pets and plants.




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    @fawnzy thanks for that info! All very good. I will adjust my use of O3 accordingly!

    Mind if I put that in the comment section on my video? I think that's good info for viewers.
     
  3. fawnzy

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    Go for it.


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  4. EricS

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    I have the hr200 by ozonics. It's not the latest and greatest but if you put it in a tote like that and stuck your head in it you would have came out coughing. Even when it's attached to the tree and the wind shifts and blows it into my face I can feel it tickle my throat and nose. I am kind of neutral on whether or not I like it. When I can smell something I know the deer can. It may be something I use more when it's too hot for scentlok.
     

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