G.A.S AirOzone In-Duct Ozone Generator

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GAS UKSKU: 133368

Model: 150mm (6 inch) 600m3/hr
Sale price£281.99 Regular price£456.99

Eliminate Odours Before They Leave Your Ducting with An AirOzone Generator From GAS

Dealing with unwanted odours can be a challenge for any indoor horticulturists. Carbon filters do a great job of scrubbing and filtering these smells away, but for true peace of mind, you need an extra form of odour defence when dealing with especially pungent plant specimens. The AirOzone Ozone Generators from Global Air Supplies fit directly into your ducting and effectively destroy odours with ease, making sure you're always leaving behind pure, fresh, smell-free air. The GAS AirOzone Ozone Generator adds a further layer of security to all outbound airflow and complies with government health and safety measures concerning ozone generation and exposure limits.

Read our Blog about Ozone Here


What Exactly is Ozone?

Ozone is a form of oxygen called O3. Oxygen makes up about 21% of the air that we breathe (with nitrogen accounting for the other 79%, along with other gases) with almost all of the oxygen in the air being O2. Oxygen likes to form strongly attracted, bonded pairs and once formed these bonds are very strong and long lasting. Ozone is the same O2 molecule but with a extra oxygen atom. This extra atom is highly unstable, breaking off readily from the bonded O2 and binding with any passing molecules, particularly organic ones. Once bonded this extra oxygen molecule "oxidises" the captured molecule, destroying it in the process.

How the GAS AirOzone Generators Work

AirOzone Ozone Generators have been developed especially for grow room environments, utilising corona discharge plate/s to maintain high levels of ozone, whilst matching the size and air flow of your duct work and extraction fan. Corona plates have a high voltage level, which ionise the air around them, turning normal O2 into O3 even at high humidity levels of up to 80%. This O3 then binds with the odorous particles neutralising them before they can become an issue. Simply pick the AirOzone Generator that fits your extraction fans ability and ducting diameter. The AirOzone Ozone Generators are designed to be used in conjunction with carbon filtration systems, not as a standalone defence against odour. They are more of a safety measure against pungent smells, giving the grower extra peace of mind when odours are at their most troublesome. The AirOzone Ozone Generators are made in the EU to the highest possible standard, complying with government guidelines regarding ozone production and human exposure levels, meaning when used properly they are perfectly safe to work with and be around. When your corona plate/s are no longer running at their full potential the plate/s can be swapped out and the GAS AirOzone Ozone Generators serviced by Global Air Supplies.

For coronal discharge plate/s servicing and/or replacement contact info@globalairsupplies.co.uk

To see our full Ozone Generators / Air Purification range, click here



1 x G.A.S AirOzone In-Duct Ozone Generator in your chosen size

Max airflows
AirOzone 150mm - 600 m3/hr
AirOzone 200mm - 1200 m3/hr
AirOzone 250mm - 1800 m3/hr
AirOzone 315mm - 3000 m3/hr

Ozone plates
AirOzone 150mm - 1 plate
AirOzone 200mm - 2 plates
AirOzone 250mm - 3 plates
AirOzone 315mm - 5 plates

Power consumption
AirOzone 150mm - 10 Watts
AirOzone 200mm - 20 Watts
AirOzone 250mm - 30 Watts
AirOzone 315mm - 50 Watts

AirOzone 150mm - 3.2kg
AirOzone 200mm - 3.7kg
AirOzone 250mm - 4.5kg
AirOzone 315mm - 5kg


  • Uses coronal discharge to produce powerful ozone (O3) to destroy the strongest of odours
  • Adds an extra layer of security and peace of mind when odours are at their most pungent
  • Made by Global Air Supplies, especially for grow room environments
  • Use in conjunction with carbon filters for peace of mind against the most pungent grow room smells
  • Fits multiple ducting sizes, ranging from 150mm to 315mm
  • Easy to install and safe, complies to government guidelines regarding ozone production and exposure limits
  • Runs on minimal amounts of power
  • Can be wired up to the same plug as your duct fan, so both run in tandem
  • Designed and made in the EU to the highest possible standard
  • Comes with a 12-month warranty

How To Use

How to Use the GAS AirOzone Ozone Generator

The AirOzone Ozone Generators are designed to be used in 150mm, 200mm, 250mm, and 315mm (6, 8, 10 or 12 inch) ducting and although the AirOzone Ozone Generators are superb at eliminating odours, it should always be used in combination with a quality carbon filter (we recommend CarboAir Carbon Filters) to ensure complete odour control and elimination. Fit the AirOzone Ozone Generator before turning it on, securing it with Duct Clips at either end. The AirOzone Ozone Generators should be connected to the ducting straight after the duct-fan and there should be several metres of ducting after it, preferably at least 5 metres. This gives the ozone plenty of chance to mix with the air and to clean it as it goes down the ducting before coming out of the end.

The GAS AirOzone Ozone Generator should be switched on whenever the duct-fan is on and can be wired to the same electrical feed as the duct-fan, providing a fan speed controller is not being used. If a fan speed controller is being used, then the AirOzone Ozone Generator should not be connected to the same supply as it will not work. In this case, the AirOzone Ozone Generator will need its own mains electrical supply.

Warning: Do not inhale the air from directly in front of the generator or the end of the ducting as this will be very rich in ozone and therefore could be a hazard to health. Children and animals should be kept out of any area which may contain elevated levels of ozone

Please note: This product should NOT be used with Phonic Trap Ducting as the ozone from this generator will damage it. Only use metallic ducting such as Flexiduct, Acoustic Ducting or Combi-Ducting in the appropriate size.

Please note: GAS AirOzone Ozone generators come without a plug fitted, ideally, they should be wired up to the duct fan. Work should be done by a qualified electrician.

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