Green air classic air purifier ozone generator review (SFA 2.2)

There’s an explicit warning from Green Air’s official website about the SFA 2.2: This ozone generator cannot be shipped to California because it hasn’t met California standards.

That being said, let’s get right on with this Green Air Classic air purifier ozone generator review. Should you get one? What are its pros and cons? Read on to find out.

Key Features of the Green Air Classic SFA 2.2

Let’s jumpstart this Green Air Classic air purifier ozone generator review by presenting its top features. What can we expect from the Green Air Classic ozone generator? Here’s a list.

1 Plate System

For those who don’t know what a 1-plate ozone generator is, here’s a primer.

First, there are different types of producing ozone. One of them is through UV technology, and others employ plates. With the Green Air Classic, it uses a 1-plate system. Through this technology, ozone is generated when air passes between plates with alternating negative and positive charges. The result is ozone.

This explanation of how ozone is produced through plate technology is of course, very simple. So if you need more information, research is highly suggested.

Up to 3,500 Sq. Ft.

Different ozone generators have different number of plates. It should be that the more plates a generator has, the better. However, when you factor in the cost of replacing them from time to time, the most practical choice is to stick to how much you need.

While others are equipped with 2 plates, the Green Air Classic consists of only 1 plate. No need to worry, however, because this ozone generator is capable of producing 360 mg/ hr, which is capable of covering up to 3,500 square feet of living space.

Carbon Filter and PCO Cell

The Green Air Classic ozone generator cleans and purifies the air through three stages – carbon filter, PCO cell, and ozone production.

The carbon filter removes particles as small as 0.3 microns. The PCO cell’s role is directed towards contaminants that are as tiny as 0.2 microns. The last step involves the releasing of negative ions into the target space and attaching themselves to particles.

That said, the Green Air Classic is ideal for eliminating the following: tobacco smoke, cooking odors, paint odors, dust particles, animal dander, and other harmful particles.

Consumer Feedback

What do previous buyers have to say about their unit? Here’s a summary of what we discovered about the product when we went through the comments section of a popular online retailer.

Here are some of the most noteworthy advantages of the Green Air Classic air purifier/ozone generator as provided by previous buyers.

Does it have an “away” mode?

Yes, it does, and this feature has gained praises from previous buyers. What does it do? It’s ideal when you’re not at home, or if you leave the ozone generator to do its job while you run an errand.

You simply set it at “Away” mode, and the Green Air Classic goes to the highest setting and cleans the air while you’re gone. You can also set the timer to up to 10 hours.

Does it work?

Yes, it works. It can work on molds and even kills the airborne spores. It also works great on eliminating pet urine smell (although if your carpet is sprinkled with urine, it’s best to clean the carpet separately).

Other types of smells reported to have been eliminated by the Green Air include the following: garlic, cigarette smoke, cat litter, rotten meat.

How long does it take before ozone odor is gone after cleaning?

According to the sellers, it takes about 30 minutes for the ozone to revert back to oxygen. This happens after the ozone generator is turned off.

Is it noisy?

The only sound it makes is that of a running fan. As one person has said, it’s barely noticeable on medium and low settings. On higher settings, however, you can obviously hear it.

What other features are appreciated by consumers?

First, it comes with a remote control. Second, it comes with washable filters that last up to 2 years, after which you’ll have to buy a replacement from Green Air.

Our Recommendation: Green Air Classic Air Purifier Ozone Generator Review

So… should you get one? Let’s end this Green Air Classic air purifier ozone generator review on a happy note with this recommendation.

It’s a yes for us. Get a Green Air Classic ozone generator if you’re looking for a really effective way of getting rid hard-to-remove smells (e.g., rotten meat). Its “Away” function is a big plus.

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