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5 May 2010: Ozogen to release a new range of highly cost effective and super reliable ozone generators in May 2010, P102 to P105, 2g/h to 15g/h.

25 January 2010: Ozogen revise the housing design of all P range O3 Generators. The redesign is to include the latest changes in O3 technologies to again further improve the quality and reliability of this range of products. The whole design is around running in the worst conditions possible 24/7 for many years without internal part replacement.

2 April 2009: Ozogen provide the Sol Kerzner - One&Only Resort in Cape Town with O3 generators for various swimming pools and water features.

1 Dec 2008: Ozogen revise the P002 3g/h Ozone Generator to include water cooling of the detonator centre core when used on water sanitation projects.

14 April 2008: Ozogen initiate a process to electro-polish and pacify the stainless steel centre piece of the detonator, the direct results are higher performance and less maintenance, further improving all swimming pool and water sanitation  units.



There is a great deal of interest in plant and vegetable extracts for use in the medical, pharmaceutical and cosmetic industries. They offer opportunities to chemists and researchers to find novel products that mimic synthetic additives, and that meet the current trends demanded by consumer towards a more natural and holistic approach.

Consumers are keen to avoid the need for animal testing. This has to be balanced with research to show potential toxicity and microbiological resistance.

Ozonated plant and vegetable extracts have been researched in various countries. They offer good anti-microbial activity, show no tendency to produce micro-biological resistance, and show no harm to the patient or operator.

The process of bubbling ozone through plant and vegetable oils was first practiced as part of the protocol for the inhalation of ozone. Ozone was bubbled through olive oil, and the fumes inhaled for lung infections and disorders in the 19th Century. It was observed that over a period of time the ozone reacted with olive oil, leading to the formation of a thick cream, or petroleum jelly like product. These were called ‘ozonated oils’.

With the development of modern chemistry, the product was named an ‘ozonoid’.

When used for massage, the ozonide enters the tissue and oxidizes lactic acid and toxins, and this has proven to be an effective treatment for many skin conditions and an effective treatment for inflammation of the skin, such as dermatitis and seborrhea.

These ozonated oils super oxygenate the skin providing enhanced energy for increased metabolic rate. This promotes rapid cell renewal, hence rapid healing and any other metabolism which protects repairs and rejuvenates skin tissue.

The ozonation of oils takes place at the double bonds in unsaturated oils so essentially any oil high in double bonds can be ozonated. Essentially what is meant with this is that not only can Olive oil be used but also a range of other oils like Hemp, Sunflower etc.

Various oil types and levels of ozonation together with combinations of other natural and organic ingredients allow us to make a variation of specialised oils and creams. These oils and creams will maintain the ozonoids for years, if stored at room temperature and kept away from direct sun light.

For more information on specific oils and skin treatments that Ozogen can supply, please email: sales@ozogen.co.za