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Summary: Your Ozone generator can easily rid your home and vehicle of odors, bacteria, viruses, mold and mildew


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Residential Uses for Ozone

It [an ozone generator] is actually going to put out ozone in the air, which will kill any types of bacteria, pathogens, including Ebola.

Quoted from a story aired during an Inside Edition episode broadcast 10/1/2014 about sanitizing ambulances used to transport victims of the Ebola virus in Dallas.

When used as directed, your Jenesco Ozone Generator can safely remove odors, bacteria, viruses, mold, mildew, etc.

Common Residential Uses Include:

  • Reduce health risks & remove odors from sick rooms
  • Easily kill mold and mildew caused by flooding or leaks
  • Remove smoke odor caused by house fires or wildfires
  • Eliminate party odors (stale beer, alcohol and smoking odors)
  • Get rid of pet smells and urine odors
  • Treat mold, mildew, smoking odor and food odor in boats and vehicles
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Commercial Uses for Ozone

There are as many uses for ozone as there are harmful bacteria, viruses and odors.

Ozone generators can be used in place of chemicals that may leave hazardous residues behind.

When used as directed, your Jenesco Ozone Generator can safely remove odors, bacteria, viruses, mold and mildew from any enclosed area.

  • Apartment managers use ozone to sterilize and deodorize an apartment after a move-out.
  • Contractors kill mold and mildew caused by flooding.
  • Hotels, motels and B&B's eliminate party odors (stale beer, alcohol and smoking odors)
  • Dry Cleaners get rid of mildew and smoke smells from clothes with ozone.
  • Libraries control mold and mildew in books and other publications.
  • Vehicle detailers and car dealers should have an ozone generator handy to remove odors and mold from trade-ins. Truck stops should have at least two.

So, what's the difference between a residential ozone machine and a commercial one?

POWER!

Residential machines will do any job we have rated them for, but the more powerful commercial machines will do it faster and, in some cases, with more control.

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PT101-2K:
  • Coverage: Up to 400 sq ft for mold and 3,500 sq. ft. for odors
  • Ozone output: Variable – 200 to 1800 mgph (measured using normal air)
  • Ozone output: Up to 9,000 mgph if oxygen is used as the source gas
  • Timer: Programmable
  • Fan settings is variable
FM-2:
  • Coverage: Up to 500 sq ft for mold and 3,500 sq. ft. for odors
  • Ozone output: Variable – 100 to 2000 mgph (measured using normal air)
  • Ozone output: Up to 10,000 mgph if oxygen is used as the source gas
  • Can be used with our TN311C timer for intermittent use

Does ozone really work? Will it really eliminate odors, mold and mildew? Can it kill disease causing bacteria and viruses?

In a word...Yes!

When used as directed, your Jenesco Ozone Generator can safely and completely kill odors, mold, mildew, bacteria and viruses—even resistant ones like MRSA.

What is Ozone? How does it Work?

Ozone is O3 (Trioxygen). It is nothing more than normal oxygen (O2) with an extra oxygen atom attached to it.

What follows is a very simplified explanation of how ozone reacts with odors, molds, bacteria, etc. For a more scientific explanation, visit the Wikipedia page on Ozone.

Imagine two oxygen atoms out patrolling the fence line of a teeny-weeny cattle ranch somewhere in Wyoming. They have paired together and bonded to form a molecule of pure Oxygen (O2).

One day, the two saw a lone oxygen atom wandering around looking for someone to bond with (oxygen atoms like being bonded). They became O3 ( a molecule of Ozone).

The next day the three oxygen atoms saw something attempting to crash through the fence line. Look! It's Ebola!, one atom yelled, and the three oxygen atoms bravely charged off.

As they got closer to the killer they pulled out their Big Gun and fired off an oxidation burst.

Ebola groaned when hit and looked down at all the tiny holes that punctured it. And, when it couldn't hold itself together any longer, it crumbled into a pile of rusty-looking dust.

Dead, and no longer a danger.

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