Nathan Hale wrote:Yes, they do recommend staying out of the laundry room when the device is in use because it may make people cough, opening a window, and/or keeping the HVAC on to circulate air while in use. I have read a few reviews from customers that reported similar experiences of coughing.
Dale Hodgins wrote:My friend ran a water purification business in St Catharines Ontario starting in about 1982 and ending in about 85. He sold a machine called the ozonator which had been proven to kill the AIDS virus. Based on this information, they told people that it would kill any AIDS virus that showed up in their drinking water. Various scary stories about Toronto medical waste making it into Lake Ontario were presented. I knew something about the temperature requirement for the virus to survive, but he was not into hearing that there were no viruses in the lake to begin with.
One other complication was that St. Catherine's gets its water from Lake Gibson, a much smaller lake that sits on the escarpment, well above Lake Ontario.
I can't hear the word ozone, without thinking about Russ and his magic machine. A natural salesman with no technical training or inclination. Anything that could help his cause, no matter how improbable, was included in the sales pitch.