|Rating||220-240v~ 50Hz, 50W|
|Ozone Output||300 mg/h|
|Operating Conditions||plus 5 degrees Celsius ~ plus 35 degrees Celsius|
|Flow Rate||from 2,006 l/h (530 g/h) to 5,678 l/h (1,500g/h)|
|Gross Weight||11.0 kg (24.3lb)|
If more than 80% of the dessicants have turned green, these will need to be changed.
Please follow the process below to change the dessicants:
Normally an electrical issue or by using your Ozonator with the incorrect filter pump.
Please find below the correct sizes of filter pumps and sand filter pumps the Ozonator can be used with:
The desiccants are housed in the air-dry tube and are designed to change colour when they absorb moisture. Based on the chart on the air-dry tube, when more than 80% of the desiccants are green, maintenance is required. The colour of the desiccants must be checked regularly.
The colour of the desiccants must be checked on a regular basis, depending on usage.
Never operate the Ozonator when more than 80% of the desiccants in the air-dry tube are green as this will shorten the lifespan on the air-dry tube. This will also cause a decrease in the Ozonator production. You can refer to the label on the air-dry tube: When the desiccants above the red line turn green, you must replace them.
The Ozonator are compatible with:
Sand Filters: 1000 gal/h (3785L/h), 800 gal/h (3029L/h), 530 gal/h (2006L/h).
Filter pumps: 1500 gal/h (5678L/h), 1000 gal/h (3785L/h), 800 gal/h (3029L/h), 530 gal/h (2006L/h).
|Warranty Period||12 months from date of purchase|