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    Now that the thread is back what was the verdict? I feel much could have been salvaged from prior experience during hurricanes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OZZIE4DUKE View Post
    Yes, corona discharge is one of the methods of generating ozone. Some of my equipment uses it, others use another method. Below 0.05 ppm ozone exposure is safe. That’s the EPA/OSHA limit for contiguous exposure. Above that level you shouldn’t breathe it (very brief exposure won’t hurt most people). Clean, healthy outside air has 0.02 to 0.03 ppm of ozone naturally. It’s one of Mother Nature’s primary air purifiers and it doesn’t hurt you.

    BTW, the power supplies in desktop computers, photo copying machines, compact fluorescent lamps and many other devices generate low levels of ozone. Bet you didn’t know that!

    I know a lot about ozone and how to use it, and when not to use it. If anyone wants a lengthier discussion please contact me.
    Dare I say that this is fine information from the OZ-zone?
    (I'll show myself out...)

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