Korona A 8 Alermed ozone generator, ozone generator for allergy sufferers – 8 g ozone/h

The first in Europe ozonation device - an ozonator producing residual harmful nitrogen multioxides; it deactivates, destroys allergens (inhaled and contact) in rooms.

Description of the ozonator

Ozone generator constructed with the cooperation of practitioners and scientists – allergologists. It removes, kills inhaled and contact allergens. Recommended for allergy sufferers. It also applied as an ozone generator for cars.

Supply voltage – 230 VAC/50 Hz
Power consumption – 70 W
Fuse – 2 A
Controllers – on/off switch, operation (ozonation) diode, fuse, timer
Supply gas 
– surrounding air
Ozone production method – quiet corona discharges, own technology (steel and glass lamps coated with alloy of platinum and iridium are manufactured in our laboratory)
Cooling (ozone distribution) – metal, non-corrosive fan, on bearings; plastic, cheap fans are degraded by ozone
– 210/380/260 mm
Weight – 5 kg
Housing – white-powdered stainless steel
Warranty – 4 years
Efficiency – 8 g/h (8,000 mg/h)
Lifetime – no limits
Continuous operation time – without limits
Certificate – CE
Price – PLN 2 100 net; additional PLN 180 net – converter for powering the ozone generator from the cigarette lighter socket 12 V


They helped us selflessly:

Prof. dr hab. n. med. Krzysztof Buczyłko from the Centre of Allergology in Łódź

Dr n. med. Aneta Wagner, manager of the Laboratory of Immunodiagnostics in Łódź,

Dr inż. Maciej Balawejder from the University of Rzeszów,

Ph.D. Oliver Seth from Newark, California USA,

Dr inż. Jolanta Przyłuska from the Institute of Occupational Medicine in Łódź,

Prof. dr hab. inż. Marek Potrzebowski from the Centre for Molecular and Macromolecular Studies of the Polish Academy of Science,

Prof. dr hab. Zbigniew Kamiński, Director of the Institute of Organic Chemistry, Technical University of Łódź,

Ph.D. Anna Maria Rachupka from the Department of Instrumental Chemistry, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Cambridge,

Prof. dr hab. inż. Janusz Ozonek from the Technical University of Lublin,

Dr inż. Kinga Skalska from the Department of Process Engineering and Environmental Protection, Technical University of Łódź.

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