The New Quantum 3 Ozone Generator provides you with:
The Complete QUANTUM 3 Ozone System Package Consists of:
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The Built in “Controllable” (On / Off) Syringe Port: A professional Controllable On / Off Syringe Port is an essential component of any ozone generator that is to be used in a professional setting. The purpose of a Controllable Syringe Port is to ensure that no ozone is released into the room when the ozone generator is producing ozone (that is, ozone is released only into the Syringe, or only into the tubing that is directing the ozone to another location). If ozone is released into the room, it may result in irritated eyes, nose, throat, and lungs of those in your professional setting. It could also lead to complaints to OSHA or other health regulators. The QUANTUM 3 Ozone Generator Ozone Syringe Port and Internal Ozone Destruct Unit ensure that release of the ozone into the room is prevented.
Many companies will advertise that their ozone generators fill syringes; they may even say that their ozone generator has a “Syringe Port”. However is it really a Controllable Syringe Port? And does it really provide the intended function of ensuring ozone is not released into the room? Usually the answer is ‘no’. Not all ozone generators can fill syringes without ozone spilling into the air in the room. That is the whole point of a Syringe Port…to stop ozone from spilling into the room. This is only possible if the Ozone Generator has a “Controllable” (On / Off) Syringe Port.
Most of us are aware that a little bit of ozone is great for air purification, however if you are using ozone all day long in a professional setting, and if you are not using a “Controllable Syringe Port” to fill syringes then the amount of ozone released into the room can become excessive.
In order to understand the need for a “Controllable Syringe Port” you need to mentally go through the sequence of events involved in filling a syringe:
What just happened was that between the time you turned on the ozone generator and attached the syringe to the front of the ozone generator a small amount of ozone was released into the room (Step 2 above). When you detached the syringe from the ozone generator more ozone was released into the room (Step 4 above). If you do this just once you will smell ozone, but it will likely not be irritating and no one will complain. If you do this all day long in a busy professional setting or laboratory, you or someone else will definitely have an issue with the strong odor of ozone.
When you have a built in Syringe Port, or an External Syringe Port, release of ozone into the room is prevented. You will therefore be able to use the ozone generator all day long and rarely smell ozone. The ozone that is produced at Step 2 and Step 4 above is directed through the Syringe Port and into an Ozone Destruct Unit where the ozone is destroyed.
External syringe ports with an external Ozone Destruct Unit are used for our EXT Ozone Generators. This type of Syringe Port works well.
However in designing the QUANTUM 3 and Quantum 5 Ozone Generators to be the leading ozone generators on the world market we realized that it is far more convenient to fill a syringe directly from the ozone generator itself rather than from an external Syringe Port. The Syringe Port that is built into the QUANTUM 3 Ozone Generator is actually a small 100% Ozone Resistant valve system inside the ozone generator, which allows the ozone to be directed to an internal Ozone Destruct Unit when the Syringe is not being filled, and directed into the Syringe when the Syringe Port is activated. This allows you to run the QUANTUM 3 all day long, either filling syringes or directing the ozone to another location through ozone tubing, and release of the ozone into the air is completely prevented.
When you first turn on your ozone generator you will be making ozone. You may not need to use the ozone immediately, so where does the ozone go? If you don’t have a built in Controllable Syringe Port the ozone will be released into the air, and a strong odor of ozone will quickly fill the room.
The QUANTUM 3 and Quantum 5 Ozone Generators solve this challenge for you. With the QUANTUM 3 Ozone Generator (and Quantum 5 Ozone Generator), when you are ready to fill a Syringe, or send the ozone through ozone tubing to your application, the “Controllable” Syringe Port can be activated (opened) by one of the following three methods:
The Controllable Syringe Port will ensure that ozone will not enter the room. The built in Controllable Syringe Port will also provide you with the convenience of ultimate control over the flow of ozone.