The ozone generator uses 3 types of feed gas for ozone production. These are ambient air, dry air and concentrated oxygen. The advantages and disadvantages of these three supply air are listed below.

Ambient Air

The ambient air identifies the air where the ozone generator is located inside or outside the environment.

Benefits

Free
Always ready

Drawbacks

To create daily, weekly, monthly continuous care needs on ozone producing corona.
It causes electrical problems due to weather conditions, humidity and living organisms.
Risk of oxidizing nitrogen in the air

Dry Air

Dry air is dehumidified and dew point is -60 C or lower.

Benefits

Provides a constant ozone output.
Reduces corona maintenance time (important)
Prevents moisture and dust
It is cheaper than concentrated oxygen.

Drawbacks

Low concentrations cause low solubility in water.
It is more expensive than using ambient air. You need to buy equipment.
Sometimes it can cause nitric acid production.
It requires a more complex system structure than ambient air.

Concentrated Oxygen

Concentrated oxygen means oxygen at least 90% purity removed. It can be produced from an oxygen concentrator or supplied by tubes.

Benefits

Provides constant ozone output.
Eliminates the need for maintenance of corons.
All moisture goes away.
Produces high purity oxygen.
Ozone production doubles compared to dry air.
Easily soluble in water in high concentrations ..

Drawbacks

It is more expensive than dry air systems, requires more equipment.
It is a more complex system than dry air. Requires compressed air and concentrator.