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Water Ozonator FAQ

Water Ozonator FAQ

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1. What tips will help me get the most benefit from my Water Ozonator?
2. Can the Water Ozonator be used to ozonate olive oil?
3. Can the Water Ozonator be used to ozonate food, like fruits and vegetables?
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4. Can I use pure oxygen with the Water Ozonator?
5. Can the Water Ozonator be used to purify water?
6. Does ozonating change ionized water?
7. Is it okay to use ozonated water with animals?
8. Where is the Water Ozonator manufactured?


1. What tips will help me get the most benefit from my Water Ozonator?

Create a Routine

To maximize the benefits offered by your Water Ozonator, incorporate drinking freshly ozonated water into your existing daily routines. First thing in the morning before you get ready for your day, when returning home from your daily walk, during your commute to work—each is a great opportunity to add ozonated water to your day. Choose a time and place that fits your lifestyle to make it a regular part of your day.

Keep in mind it is best to drink ozonated water on an empty stomach, which is typically one hour before or two hours after a meal.

One frequent user says: "I start my day with a glass of ozonated water first thing. Occasionally I drink another glass just before my daily walk."

Keep it Handy

Keep your Water Ozonator set up and ready to go in an easily accessible spot. Usually that means on the kitchen counter or where you see it so you will be reminded to use it. And remember, it is best to be near ventilation as well—near a window or exhaust fan.

One user reports: "I have my SOTA Water Ozonator on an open shelf above my kitchen sink so it is always ready to use when I need it."

Be Prepared

While the Airstone and Tubing last a very long time, you might want to keep an extra Airstone and Tubing available for when needed. And you can also use your Water Ozonator to ozonate water to wash your fruits and vegetables. We recommend a separate Airstone and Tubing for each purpose.

Self–Care

As you experience the benefits of drinking freshly ozonated water, you might want to record your progress in a journal. That way you can look back to see what benefits you've experienced as part of your wellness journey.

For additional tips, see the SOTA Products User Guide.


2. Can the Water Ozonator be used to ozonate olive oil?

A medical grade ozone unit that uses pure oxygen is best for ozonating olive oil. To properly ozonate olive oil with ambient air, it needs to solidify, which can take days.


3. Can the Water Ozonator be used to ozonate food, like fruits and vegetables?

Yes, it’s easy to ozonate fruits and vegetables with the Water Ozonator. Just immerse them in cold water and ozonate for about 15 minutes or so. The colder the water the better, as more ozone can saturate the water.

It is also possible to ozonate poultry, fish or other meats. Again, simply soak the meat in a sink of cold water and ozonate for 15 minutes or more.

If you choose to use your Water Ozonator for these purposes, be sure to have one Airstone and Tubing just for drinking water, and separate Airstone and Tubing for fruits and vegetables and again, for meats.


4. Can I use pure oxygen with the Water Ozonator?

The Water Ozonator was not designed for use with pure oxygen.

The Water Ozonator uses ambient air to produce high quality ozone. Pure oxygen can be very hard on the internal components of any ozonator. As a result, the components needed for pure oxygen–fed ozonators are very expensive. Medical grade ozone units that use pure oxygen are much more costly. Using ambient air, the SOTA Water Ozonator remains affordable and simpler to use in the home.


5. Can the Water Ozonator be used to purify water?

There is sterilizing water and purifying water. Sterilizing and purifying water may sound like they are one and the same, but they are actually two different processes.

Water sterilization means bacteria and other organic pathogens or microbes are killed. Sterilizing water is one of the steps involved in water purification.
Purifying water includes additional steps beyond simply sterilizing the water. In order to purify water, filters are required to remove chemicals, minerals, heavy metals, and other particulate matter. A filtration system is required to purify water.

The SOTA Water Ozonator can be used to sterilize water. When using the SOTA Water Ozonator, the time required to sterilize water depends on both the volume of water and the degree of contamination.



6. Does ozonating change ionized water?

A Water Ionizer splits water into two streams—acidic and alkaline. The alkaline water has a higher pH so is considered helpful to alkalize the body for better health. Our testing has produced inconsistent results. Sometimes when we’ve ozonated a glass of alkaline water, the pH has been slightly lower and other times the pH of the water was not changed. We do not know but it is possible that the quality of the ambient air determines whether or not the ozone lowers the pH.


7. Is it okay to use ozonated water with animals?

The Water Ozonator can be used to sterilize drinking water. It’s not practical however, to ozonate the water for the benefit of extra oxygen—unless the pet drinks it immediately—as the ozone dissipates very quickly.


8. Where is the Water Ozonator manufactured?

The manufacturing of the SOTA Products is a global collaboration. The following countries participate in the making of the Water Ozonator (listed in alphabetical order): Canada, China, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Spain, Taiwan, Thailand and the USA. Our units say Made in China because China is the last step in the assembly of the units.

We are grateful that the people in all of these countries help us to produce quality products at reasonable prices for our customers.

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