Water treatment ozone generator P-500-AC TC
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water treatment ozone generator
water treatment ozone generator
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for air treatment, for water treatment, household
compact, portable
Other characteristics
multi-use, stainless steel
Flow rate

10 l/min (2.642 us gal/min)

Rated capacity

46 W (0.1 hp)

Ozone production

0.008 g/min (0 us oz/s)


Multi-function portable household ozonizer for air and water 500 mg For glasses, jugs, basins, buckets, bathtubs, etc. These Multifunction Ozone generators have an Ozone outlet in which a tube is connected to be able to lead it to the water. They can also be used to lead the tube to another room or to a small refrigerator or freezer. If the fan is left free, the displaced air will entrain and distribute the Ozone for effective air treatment. Top Ozono manufactures all its generators with industrial components. They have no planned obsolescence. They do not have a limit on hours of operation as with all generators on the market. P-500-AC multifunction ozonizers The versatility of these generators is that they can treat liquids and also air. To treat the air, you only have to disconnect the tube and the fan of the equipment will distribute the ozone throughout the room. Only one outlet is needed to connect it. The wall model can be fixed to the wall or used on a worktop. They are designed to be placed on the kitchen counter or on any table, or fixed to the wall, to ozonate the water contained in glasses, bottles, carafes or buckets. To do this, you just have to connect the tube to the generator's Ozone outlet, the other end connect it to a diffuser to introduce the Ozone conductive tube into the container and start the machine. It has an adjustable timer and an on / off button. O3 production: 500 mg / h Weight: 4.2 Kg Size: 34 x 17 x 17 cm Consumption: 0.2 A


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