The Prozone Purifier is more than an air purifier. This unique device destroys biological and chemical pollutants in the air and eliminates the odors that come from those pollutants — yet it does not give off any harmful by-products. It simply cannot be compared to filters and ionizers that just attract and hold pollutants and pathogens.
The Prozone Purifier eliminates odors and destroys viruses, bacteria, smoke, chemicals and so much more, for the best outdoor air imaginable – inside!
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Frequently Asked Questions
Q: How does the Prozone Purifier work?
A: Prozone uses advanced oxidation and pure O3 ozone, a natural form of oxygen.
Q: I've heard of ozone but I really don't know what it is – can you tell me more?
A: Ozone is a form of oxygen that is produced by nature to cleanse and purify. Advanced oxidation is a more complex natural process. For over 100 years, large corporations and government agencies have used sophisticated equipment that produces ozone and uses advanced oxidation to purify large water and air systems. And now this technology is available to the consumer.
Q: But don't they give an ozone alert that means you should stay indoors?
A: Good point. The reason for the confusion is that there are different types of ozone. The EPA has a very simple explanation: "Ozone can be 'good' or 'bad' for people's health." It is something "we live with every day." Good ozone is what we find in the protective ozone layer in the upper atmosphere. Bad ozone is what they mean when they give an alert; it is also called 'ground-level ozone.' (Source: United States Environmental Protection Agency, http://www.epa.gov.)
Q: So what kind of ozone does the Prozone Purifier use?
A: The Prozone Purifier produces ozone with light energy, the way the sun does. So it is only emitting pure "Good" ozone that has no harmful by-products. Some other consumer air purifiers do produce ozone, but they do it with high voltage, so it contains harmful nitrogen compounds just like the "Bad" ground-level ozone.
Features and Specifications
Compact and portable: 6" Wide x 1½" Deep x 6" High
Lightweight: less than 2 pounds
Virtually silent, low cost operation (less than a 50-watt light bulb)
No filters or plates to clean or replace!
Minimal maintenance - vacuum or blow dust from fan vent as needed
Electrical 110/120 VAC
Ozone purity: 100%, no nitrogen by-products
Lamp arc life: 20,000 hours
One year manufacturer's defect warranty
No Installation — Simple Operation
Place the unit in the desired room or area — an elevated location (like the top of a bookshelf or refrigerator) gives the best results.
Plug the power cord into a 110/120 volt AC electrical outlet.
Flip the switch to the "on" position; a soft glowing light and quiet fan start up, confirming proper operation. And the crisp, clean scent is the O3 doing its work.
The purifier can be run continuously if desired. Many users move it from room to room as needed.
Patents and Certifications
Covered by U.S. Patents 6,426,053, D457,946 and patents pending.