The Wood´s Airmaster ozone generarors reduces unwanted odours in refuse rooms effectively. Garbage odours, bacteria and microorganisms are broken down and eliminated, creating a better climate for carrying out refuse separation. The ozone unit replaces costly cooling with regard to refuse rooms in restaurants.
The Wood´s Airmaster ozone unit is mounted to the wall with a so-called “keyhole solution”. Place the ozone generator as high up as possible, for better ozone diffusion (ozone is heavier than air).
The ozone generator converts the oxygen into ozone, so it is not a problem to install it in a room with a ventilation valve. It is important, however, that any ventilation valves present are as far away as possible from the ozone unit, so that the ozone can be diffused optimally within the room.
The amount of ozone needed is depending on the room size and what type of refuse is to be treated? The Wood´s Airmaster has a digital setting of ozone production (all except WOZ 100) and can therefor easily be set to a suitable ozone output. Under certain conditions (such as high temperatures in summer) more ozone is required.
We recommend our Wood´s Airmaster with ozonetubes, as the technology in these units is suitable for long-term usage even in harsh environments. These ozone units also offer the possibility to connect a hose.
Wood´s Airmaster WOZ 500 is the model used the most frequently in refuse rooms / garbage rooms. It accomplishes the task with playful ease.
Installation of the hose connection (if required):
With the silicon hose and fitting as accessories, the unit can be installed for example in an adjacent room and can treat the refuse room with ozone through the hose. The unit can therefore be secured against theft, as well as ensure that the ozone unit is installed in clean and fresh air. The hose can also be used to connect the ozone generator directly to a waste press or rubbish container.
During an ozone treatment you should not enter the area being treated, as ozone is harmful for the airways.
Brief ozone exposure (e.g. in refuse rooms etc.) is not harmful.