Mini Ozone Generator with Ozone Destructor

Mini Ozone Generator with Ozone Destructor

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This MINI Ozone Generator with Ozone Destructor is specially designed for ozone therapy applications. It delivers wide range for ozone concentrations from 10 up to 104 ug/mL (10~104 gamma) for many different uses. The ozone off-gas can be connected to the ozone destructor which is built-in the unit.

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Description

10-104 ug/mL MINI Medical Ozone Therapy Generator Machine with Ozone Destructor MOZ0.2-AD

Product Desctription:

This MINI Ozone Generator with Ozone Destructor  is specially designed for ozone therapy applications. It delivers wide range for ozone concentrations from 10 upto 104 ug/mL (10~104 gamma) for many different uses.

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Key Features:

  • High performance with high accurancy
  • High class material: Titanium electrode and pure quartz tube
  • Wide range of ozone concentrations
  • Super stable ozone outputs
  • Available for varies of ozone therapy applications
  • Compact size and light weight : 1.6kg portable
  • Long life: >10, 000 hours

What is Ozone Therapy?

Ozone as a therapeutic Medical ozone is always a mixture of purest ozone and purest oxygen.

According to its application, the ozone concentration can vary between 1 and 100 µg/ml (0.05 – 5 % O3). The ozone therapist, a trained physician, determines the complete dosage according to the medical indication and the patient’s condition.

 

Ozone Therapy Properties and effects:
Medical ozone has highly pronounced bactericidal, fungicidal and virostatic properties, and is thus widely used in disinfecting infected wounds, as well as in bacterially and virally produced diseases.

Its ability to stimulate the circulation is used in the treatment of circulatory disorders and makes it valuable in revitalizing organic functions.

When administered at low concentrations, the organism’s own resistance is mobilized, ie ozone (re)activates the immune system.

As a response to this activation through ozone, the body’s immune cells produce special messengers called cytokins (including important mediators such as interferones or interleukins). These inform other immune cells, setting off a cascade of positive changes throughout the immune system, which is stimulated to resist diseases for example. This means that the application of medical ozone is extremely useful for immune activation in patients with a low immune status and/or immune deficit.

Small quantities of ozone applied in what is called “major autohemotherapy” (external treatment of the patient’s blood before reinfusion) consequently activate the body’s own antioxidants and radical scavengers.