Oxygen or air-driven ozone generator (silent discharge principle)

The CMGK-F units are build for applications where low ozone-output and -concentration is required. In this series two types are available: 0,05 g O3/h and 0,5 g O3/h.

Units from the CMG-L series should be chosen when average output power is required. The power range lasts from 5 to 100 g O3/h at 40 g O3/m³ nominal.

CMG units cover the power range from 3 to 50 g O3/h at nominal concentration of 100 g O3/m³.They deliver high concentrated ozone gas (>150 g O3/m³) at low feed gas flow rates.

All units are adopted for use with dried air which makes them a cost efficient alternative.

The main features of the CMG units across all series are:

  • air-cooled
  • stainless steel casing with gas-connections on the front and backside
  • sample gas outlet on the backside
  • display for operating pressure, gas flow and primary current
  • adjustable gas flow and electric power
  • optional remote input and/or control-input for gas flow and electric power for CMG and CMGL-series
  • very compact longlife ozone-generator modules for reliable operation at low discharge voltage and current.
  • feed gas: oxygen or dried air
  • operation with dried air (dew point -70 °C) with a reduces ozone output to 30%
  • modular system allowing upgrades within the same series. upgrades between CMG and CMGL are available
  • integrated wall mount brackets allow tabletop or wall mounted operation


Excerpt from the technical data.



WEEE-Reg.-Nr. DE 84103047

CMG Series

Is it possible to use air as feed gas for the CMG series?

In general using dried air (dewpoint min. −65 °C) as feed gas is possible. However, the efficiency of ozone production is about 70% lower than using oxygen as feed gas. Furthermore unwanted side products, such as nitrogen oxide (NOx) or, depending on the humidity, nitrous acid (HNO3) will be produced.