When it comes to purchasing an ozone generator, there are a lot of important questions to ask. Let's ask a few of the questions that might be important to determine the best choice for an ozone generator purchase?
The answer is to "Who certified ozone generators?" is "No one". The National Ozone Association has developed a protocol for ozone generators that calls for honesty in advertising rather than the congenital hype of dozens of self-promoting ozone generator makers.
The Internet is filled with advice. Some good, and some of it is just plain stupid. However, random comments or blogs can literally say anything and make it sound like they really know what they are talking about. We have placed several reports on this topic in the Business Section of the National Ozone Association website. They are very interesting reading because these are experts with degrees who have conducted very reliable projects.
It is a reality check when we realize that something like oxygen is a critical part of our lives in more than the simple act of breathing. Oxygen is a fungible (easily exchanged) element in our world. When it comes to cleaning, you now hear of OXY or OXI empowered products that clean and whiten better. Oxygen, oxy, and ozone are in the same family that uses extra oxygen atoms to solve problems.
As the sun sets on COVID-19 and the working world stumbles out of the cave of despair and into the light of a new day, the question is what opportunities lie ahead instead of what was left behind. That is to say, the next phase of life can be new open doors that we had not considered before.
In 2020, the National Ozone Association offers a new, efficient course from non-professionals. With the availability of ozone generators everywhere online, we felt it necessary to step into a cloud of confusing claims and hype.
Ozone has been one of the most accepted treatments to remove stale or bad odors from vacant apartments or homes. In light of COVID-19, there is a heightened need to assure prospective renters or buyers that the property is not only odor-free but fully sanitized.
Is there a need to bring in an indoor air testing specialist? As an indoor air quality specialist, I have seen a rather consistent pattern when we go into so many homes. It is the unfortunate circumstance of years of ignoring the core issues that affect their lives.