View Full Version : Looking to add ozone.
07/23/2006, 07:54 PM
If anyone knows where I can get a controller and an ozone generator, let me know. I don't know much about setting them up, but I think I can figure it out.
07/23/2006, 09:29 PM
This is where I got my stuff from:
My Enaly Ozone Generator does get hot and the bottom plastic has slightly deformed due to the heat, but it seems to work well. It is a budget model but performs well enough for my use.
I have to clean my ORP probe every couple of weeks in vinegar as it seems to give slightly higher readings than actual over time.
Total cost for Ozone: Less than $175
07/23/2006, 10:26 PM
As an FYI, I had purchased one of these Enaly O3 generators to replace a 20 year old Sanders that had died. After running for a month, it failed. The plastic bottom discolored and melted. I'm awaiting a warranty replacement. Good price, high O3 output, but not sure about longevity at the moment.
The Milwaukee ORP controllers are great and very affordable.
07/24/2006, 01:45 AM
here is the one I am using, like the internal pump.
this is the controller I have too.
Here is a used controller cheap.
07/24/2006, 07:42 AM
Paul, that ozone generator is not specifically for aquariums. Is there any difference, and how ling have you been using that unit?
07/24/2006, 12:34 PM
all ozone generators do one thing, make ozone. it doesnt matter if it is a high yield unit or low, the ORP controller will control your dosing. I have had the unit I gave Doug since I got it from Russ earlier this year and have had the 400 unit since April. No issues from either one. I am currently running ozone to clean up the tank then will shut it down for 3 weeks.
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