Troubleshooting Guide



Ozonators - G


0. FAQs:


  1. Cabinets

  2. Covers

  3. Dealers

  4. Help

  5. Insulation

  6. Jets

  7. Ozonators

    1. How does an ozonator work

    2. How many different kinds of ozonators are there

    3. What if it breaks

    4. Do I still need chemicals with ozonators

    5. What chemicals should I use

    6. Is bleach OK to use

  8. Pre-installation

  9. Set-up

  10. Shells

  11. Terminology

  12. Water quality

  13. Winterizing

  14. Wiring


Ozonators (sometimes called ionizers) are electronic devices that generate ozone (O3). Using an ozonator in your spa helps to keep it sanitized and crystal clear. Using an ozonator in your spa:


  • Eliminates the chlorine odor

  • Kills bacteria, viruses, and algae on contact

  • Oxidizes all organic matter


Helpful information about the benefits of ozonators can be found here.



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Author: Philip Rastocny