Let’s take a second to learn about ozone concentrations.
Ozone is measured in a number of different ways. Ozone Generators measures ozone concentration in micrograms per milliliter (ug/mL), which is just a fancy way of saying how strong it is. The higher the concentration of ozone, the stronger it will be. We also use the term “gamma” instead of micrograms per milliliter (ug/mL) because it is easier to say, but they are the same thing.
Gamma = ug/ml = how strong the ozone is.
Your chart will look something like this.
As you will see in the instructions with an ozone generator, when you rotate the knob on the regulator you change the strength of the ozone.
The regulator is able to control how fast the oxygen is dispensed. Rotating the knob changes how fast the oxygen is dispensed. The speed of the oxygen is called “flow rate”.
How fast the oxygen is dispensed (flow rate) affects how strong the ozone is (ozone concentration).
The slower the flow rate, the higher the concentration of ozone. The faster the flow rate, the lower the concentration of ozone.
Seems kind of backward, huh?
Well, inside the ozone generator is a piece called the "reactor". This is where the ozone is made. So the more time the gas spends in the reactor, the more opportunity it has to make ozone. It's kind of the difference between painting a deck for 4 hours vs. 8 hours. You are going to get more done in 8 hours.
So this is why we like pediatric oxygen regulator, they can go to slow flow rates like 1/8, 1/16, and 1/32 Liter Per Minute (LPM). Normal regulators only go to 1/2 or maybe 1/4LPM.
However, our Ozone+ oxygen tank regulator was specially designed for ozone generators. It can get twice the concentrations and flow rates of any other regulator in the world.