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Multipurpose Water Ozonizer -Air Baby

Monday, October 19, 2009 , Posted by E Comfort Health Studio at 11:01 PM

What is Ozone ?

Ozone(O3) is also known as "Activated Oxygen". It contains three atoms of oxygen(O2) bigger than two atoms we normally breathe. Ozone which exists in our earth atmosphere is a protective layer that protects us from harmful UV rays of the sun.

How does Ozone being created naturally and synthetically?

Ozone is formed naturally by the Ultra-Violet Rays from the sun and by lightning. Ozone can also be created synthetically by passing air through a corona discharge ozone chamber (electrical reaction) or Ultra-Violet lamp (photochemical reaction). Some of the oxygen molecules split into two separate oxygen atoms. These single atoms then form semi-unstable bonds with the oxygen molecules (O2+O1=O3/Ozone). These oxygen molecules are highly reactive. This reactivity is because of the third atom of oxygen, also know as a 'Hungry Atom'. This atom being very eager to break away from this unstable bond and react with any oxidizable compound (organic or inorganic). The Ozone created by corona discharge method is much highly concentrated as compared to ozone created by ultra-violet rays.

What is the life span of Ozone?

Ozone is extremely unstable and short in life span. It will break up into oxygen in 20 to 30 minutes (depending on the temperatures of the surrounding). It is very susceptible to heat, thus once ozonated water is being heated, ozone will convert back into oxygen quickly. Ozone cannot be stored and must be generated on site and used instantly.

Is Ozone safe to use?

Ozone is the safest and most powerful oxidant known today. It performs 3,000 times faster than chlorine as a bactericide and 5 times faster than ultra-violet ray for air and water treatment. Ozone as an oxidant decomposes contaminants or chemically alters them so that they can be harmless to us. For Example:

Carbon Monoxide (CO) + Ozone(O3) = Carbon Dioxide(CO2) + Oxygen(O2)

The above proved that ozone can chemically alters the toxic Carbon Monoxide and convert it to harmless Carbon Dioxide without creating harmful residue to our environment.

How does Ozone act as disinfectant?

Ozone is extremely active. When it encounters with bacteria, Ozone will interferes with the metabolism of bacterium-cells, through inhibiting and blocking the operation of the enzymatic control system. A sufficient amount of ozone will breaks through the cell membrane and leads to the destruction of the bacteria. Thereafter, the rest of ozone naturally reverts to oxygen very quickly.

Is Ozone harmful to human?s body?

Ozone is non-cancer-causing, but it may affect the respiratory system when the concentration is too high. However, once we move out from Ozone concentration compound immediately, the discomfort feeling of respiratory system will immediately disappears.


  1. Breaks down residual traces of pesticides from fruits and vegetables.Remove antibiotics,hormones and kills bacteria from fish or meat.
  2. Sterilize baby bottles, kitchen utensil, toys, dress and undergarment.Thus. avoiding negative chemical effect by using chemical and high temperature sterilizing.
  3. Disinfects water in aquarium to void infections of diseases in fish and reduces the frequency of changing the water.
  4. Removes bad odours and kills bacteria from refrigerators.
  5. Use ozonated water for face cleaning to prevent the appearance of pimple and freckle.
  6. Air Sterilizer for Bedrooms, Kitchen & Washrooms.Use ozonated water to rinse mouth to remove bad breathe, prevent throat infections and cavity Water the flower with ozonated water can prolong the life of flower and keep away from pests.

Multipurpose Water Ozonizer

Voltage: 110V~240V

Frequency of waves: 60Hz/50Hz

Cunsume electric current : 1.5A - 0.77A

Consume Power : 170 watts

Ozone output : 600mg per hour

Net Weight : 8.5 Kg.

Price : USD$ 793.00 ( Included Shipping Cost ) ** 1 ~ 3 Days Worldwide Delivery

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