No, Ozone is not going to remove dust. The only way to remove dust is to filter the air. This can be accomplished with a true HEPA filter like the Austin Air True HEPA filters featured on this site. Ozone kills mold, bacteria, viruses, and odors, but it does not remove dust from your home. Filters collect the dust and dander rather than just pushing it around the room as an ionizer does, so that it does not become airborne again. The idea is to remove the dust from your home, not simply move it from here to there.
Air-Zone sells quality, hospital grade Austin Air HEPA filters that are more cost effective than store bought brands.
Although ionizers claim to remove dust from your home the truth is they only move it around the inside of your home.
Even those ionizers with collector plates or grids are only going to catch 5-10% of the dust that passes by them. The rest of the dust is going to be electronically glued to your walls, floor and ceiling. The dust is going to adhere to every surface in your home.
To truly remove dust from your rooms please see our Austin Air True HEPA Filters which actually filter dust, pollen, animal dander, and other airborne contaminants out of the air.
The only true way to remove dust out of the air is to filter the air.
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