Best Ozone Generators

Updated April 2019
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Ozone generators are designed to work in much the same way that chlorine works in water. As ozone is introduced into the environment, it reacts with odors, bacteria, and viruses to break down their chemical structure, eventually making them less of a nuisance. However, introducing ozone into the air in your home, even in very low amounts, can adversely affect the health of the individuals who are exposed. According to the EPA, ozone will react with the organic material of the body in the same way it reacts with other organic material. Once inhaled, it can damage the lungs and cause chest pain, coughing, shortness of breath, and throat irritation. It may worsen chronic respiratory diseases and make it harder for the body to fight off infections.

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