How Does a Spa Ozonator Work?

When oxygen comes into contact with ultraviolet light, it produces ozone gas; ozone gas is also produced in more recently released ozonators. If you’ve heard of ozone before, you’re not alone. You probably learned about it in science class, because it is the main gas that helps to protect the earth’s atmosphere.

That being said, ozone works differently when it comes to your spa. At the point when ozone gas is infused into your spa water, it goes about as an influential sanitizer that obliterates the majority of the microbes that can be found in the spa water. Ozone also takes the oil from your body and breaks it down, so your water will stay clear and clean for longer than spa water that is just disinfected by chlorine or bromine. By utilizing an ozonator, you will have the capacity to maintain chlorine or bromine amounts at the low end of the "perfect" scale on your water test unit. Also, clients that use an ozonator say that they only need to change their spa water once or twice a year, whereas those who use chlorine or bromine have to change it about every other month.

Ozone water filtration systems are thousands of times more effective than conventional water cleaners, and it makes it so you don’t have to have as much chlorine or bromine in your spa. Your spa will utilize less bromine and chlorine because the ozone destroys most of the microscopic organisms. This will lessen the smell and you will encounter less eye, skin, and nasal issues.

Ozonators usually have an ultraviolet light, but they can also use an electronic gadget that changes over oxygen to ozone. At this point, the ozone goes through an air transport that leads to one of the water jets that are in your spa. The water going through the jet goes through the funnel and blows the ozone into the water, just like any other filtration method. A few spas have streams that are fabricated with a particular ozone jet that is placed close to the base of the hot tub. In the event that your spa does not have an assigned ozone jet, the ozone line might be effectively connected into another standard jet with a connector unit or could be attached into the regular plumbing for your spa with a couple of modifications. It’s really not that complicated, but if you aren’t sure about how you want to go about it, you can get help from your local plumber or a pool or spa installation specialist.

Ozonators last a long while, as well. Most of the time, the parts will go for about 2 years and it usually only costs about $75 AUD to replace the parts. Some of the newer ozonators will have electronic chips, and those last even longer (approximately 8000 hours of use, which comes out to about 4 years for an average spa user). In those units, you usually just have to replace the chip, which costs around $50 AUD. That being said, the ozonator that you get is completely up to you. There are plenty of types out there for you to choose from, and as long as you get one from a reputable seller (like our company), you will be able to use it for several years.

If you are interested in using a spa ozonator, then you’re in good company. They can save a lot of money, make it a lot easier for you to care for your spa, and help it to be a lot more comfortable for everyone who uses it on a regular basis.

 

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