ALL UNITS ARE NOT CREATED EQUAL, WE MAKE THE “BMW” VERSION
The materials in a unit make it HEALTHY or UNHEALTHY over time. Some are just unhealthy right from the get-go. Many made in China and even the US are not suitable for health applications. Either they are too strong and used solely for commercial applications or they are built cheaply (which translates into unhealthy) and BREAK easily.
Stainless steel 314 is used for all parts, tubing and connectors where the ozone is produced and contained for transportation out of the output connector! This is graded A+ for ozone and UV compatibility, so parts do not break down over time or become a health hazard.
Why not plastic on these parts? Because UV energy absorbed by plastics can excite photons and create free radicals. Ozone is highly oxidizing, which is also very bad for materials that oxidize quickly, like plastics.
Don’t Know That Much About Ozone?
Need a refresher? All units sold, will have a “how to use” video to explain parts and features of the units and how to use the device during cold and flu season and for pandemic issues.
OZONE CONCENTRATION AND FLOW RATE
There are many factors that come into play to figure out this calculation. We tested at 63 Fahrenheit (°F) at 6500 feet. We have 20% less oxygen than most people at sea level, so our measurements DOES NOT CONTAIN the 20% increase to adjust to most people’s oxygen levels in ambient air. The levels we have tested for will be 20% LOWER than the levels you will get at sea level.
The factors to consider are TIME (exposure time), flow rate (slower flow rates increase ozone exposure dramatically), altitude, concentration and temperature. Although, experts will tell you even more factors that most people are not aware of. We listed the few major factors to make this information usable for all.
PPM IS UG/ML- it’s the same number. We will use PPM, but the correlation is the exact same number in UG/ML (which is the standard medical units used).
Medical ozone is considered to be anywhere from 1ppm to 90ppm. 90ppm produces BLOOD CURLING or blood crippling in autohemotherapy; therefore, using HIGH amounts of medical ozone is never advised unless you are working with a medical provider.
On the safe side, we consider 1ppm to 50ppm the best for at-home uses and 50ppm is the highest output obtained by this unit.
For those who think they need oxygen tanks, they do not. Ambient air has been used for ozone production in medical applications for a LONG time. Germans have been using ambient air for many of the treatments that can be done at-home; however, autohemotherapy is done with oxygen tanks and rightfully so. This should be done BY professionals only.
Lower ozone concentrations are a good thing as lower concentrations do not produce a huge shock effect that autohemotherapy does. Lower concentrations are highly useful for boosting the immune system. More doesn’t necessarily mean better, this is a very common misconception in the medical ozone world, please see my video to understand more. Our unit produces a medium range in the a short amount of time. So if you want more exposure, you just use it LONGER. Time is the only variable that you will have to manipulate.
Certificate of ozone calibration (see above product pictures).
These are the tested DIRECT concentration outputs of our unit. The average measurement for each unit is between 20 ppm – 108 ppm.
These are sample taken every 30 seconds of continuous output. We used two units to test and both were calibrated by Aeroqual Limited who manufactures medical ozone testing equipment. The provided us with certificates like the one see in the picture here.
For cleaning air inside a room- 10 x 12 sq foot root will have measurement of .226-.500 ppm in 15 minutes. That is enough to kill many airborne pathogens and clear odors of any sort.
For people who want to use oxygen tanks, this unit does not require one. Direct oxygen would increase our output up to 5 times, making it dangerous. Units that let you set exactly how much and require oxygen are VERY expensive. These are usually sold to medical professionals who spend up to 10k for their units. They are looking to be very precise, because they have too.
You can increase your exposure by just monitoring time. We have made this simple enough. These units provide high outputs. You must use caution and go slow when using them.
The American Academy of Ozonetherapy research – https://www.zotero.org/groups/isco3_ozone
There are twenty-four methods of administering ozone therapeutically.
The methods in BOLD can be use with our unit.
Currently the treatments available using ozone, either medically (with a doctor) or at-home are:
- in the ear
- vaginal insufflation
- rectal insufflation
- drinking water
- cupping with a funnel
- external limb bagging
- bladder insufflation
- ozonated bath
- breathing through olive oil
- steam cabinet
- ozonated olive oil massage
- ozonated water enema
- direct intravenous injection
- intra-arterial injection
- direct injection into a tumor
- intracutaneous (blistering)
- uterine insufflation
- subatmospheric bagging
- hyperbaric ozone
- dental use of ozonated water
Our units use about $300 dollars worth of extremely high quality parts and take about 4-5 hrs to complete. Should you want to build your own, we can send you a list of parts and items, you’ll need. This should be completed by an electrical engineer, mechanical engineer, or someone EXTREMELY knowledgeable in this area. OZONE is not a toy and UV bulbs can destroy you eyes.