Del Ozone MCD-50 APG Ozonator - MCD-50U - Amp Plug

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Del Ozone MCD-50 APG Ozonator

The all new MCD-50 APG Ozonator uses Advanced Plasma Gap (APG) technology that kills 99.99% of microorganisms that are commonly found in a hot tub. Ozone technology is a powerful and natural sanitizer that safely provides effective sanitation for your hot tub water without leaving behind unwanted byproducts

In combination with complete injection, mixing, degas, and destruct options, represents DELs advancements in ozone technology for spas; achieving the perfect balance between ozone efficacy and safety. The Ozonator is easy to repair and will typically run for 5+ years before the Renewal Kit is needed.

MCD-50 Description:

  • Del Ozone MCD-50 APG Ozonator
  • New and Improved Version
  • 50 to 70 Milligrams per hour output
  • Plasma Gap Ozone Technology
  • More efficient than UV Ozonators
  • For Spas up to 1,500 Gallons
  • Operates on either 110 Volts or 240 Volts (Auto detects when installed)
  • Indicator light to let you know everything is working
  • 5+ Year average cell life
  • Parts Bag Included

The MCD-50 Parts Bag Includes: (4) hose clamps (PN 2-0078); 2 screws (PN 2-0278); 1 screw (PN 2-0618); 1 installation and operations manual (PN 4-1123-01); 5' of tubing (PN 7-0075); and 1 ozone check valve (PN 7-1140-01).

How Is Ozone Created?

Oxygen molecules are split, by a high-energy electrical discharge, resulting in two individual oxygen atoms and those individual oxygen atoms unite with remaining oxygen molecules to produce a three-atom molecule of ozone. The weak bond holding ozones third oxygen atom causes the molecule to be extremely unstable and thus, very effective as an oxidizer. An oxidation reaction occurs upon any collision between an ozone molecule and an organic molecule, such as bacteria, viruses, fungus and algae, where the oxygen atom held by the weak bond splits off and only oxygen is left behind.

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