Ozone is a gaseous allotrope of oxygen and is generated photochemically through ultraviolet lamps. There are other ways to generate ozone such as corona discharge. Fuller’s line of 03 Ozone Generators focus on photochemical generation. It is produced as a gas at 185 nanometers in the UV spectrum. Ozone’s unique advantage is that it is a gas and, as such, has the capability of reaching all those “nooks and crannies” to optimize its odor destruction in a most efficient manner.
Its principal use has been as an oxidizing agent and as an effective sterilant against noxious odors.
In applications where significant odors are present, Fuller can produce Ozone Generators to disrupt noxious odors and control them.
• Fuller Ultraviolet manufactures non-ozone producing, carbon filtration systems for occupied living spaces.
These units can run continuously in rooms where personnel are present.
• Fuller can also provide equipment for the destruction of Ozone.
- Stainless Steel construction is standard.
- Due to degeneration of welds by ozone, all units are assembled with stainless steel fasteners.
- Fuller O3 Generators produce ozone through photochemical means, not Corona Discharge.
- Ozone Generators are recommended for areas that are inundated with odors.
- All Generators are built according to individual application.
- Photochemical Ozone Generators do not produce nitrates, like Corona Discharge types.
- Fuller incorporates baffling systems on our Generators to decrease UV destruction of Ozone during
- Type of timer, and amount of time ozone is to be created, is determined (and agreed upon) by Fuller and end
- Our systems are tailored to keep Ozone concentration under guidelines presented by the EPA.
- Available Options Include: Electrostatic or carbon filtration. Lamp Jackets.
|Areas Where Ozone Generators May Be of Benefit
||Large Capacity Compactor Rooms
||Trash Receptacle Storage Areas
*Non-Occupational Only. This refers to after hours, intermittent generation, when personnel and other living creatures are not present. Additional time must be allotted for full ozone dissipation prior to areas being re-occupied.