Ozone Generators - Anyone with experience?

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Dear Just Joshin:
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Yes. It can cause swelling of the tissues that will further restrict breathing.
However ozone has a half-life in air, which is a function of how much there is to react with it, temperature, and humidity. Applying ozone to a space only makes the space off limits from some time, because ozone turns back into oxygen in time.
David A. Smith
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John Gilmer wrote:

There is a -huge- amount of hype with ozone generators. Bottom line - unless you have a severe problem there are less damaging ways to deal with odor and mold. If you have a severe problem, there are more effective ways (not necessarily less costly) to deal.
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