Ozone has a very short life after release in water, so the distance from manufacture point to machine is an important factor.I've sold and assisted in quite a few ozone system installations but found any increase in business due to extensive marketing and in-store promotion, was short lived. The cost of installation and equipment makes this a major investment. I don't promote this type of ozone treatment for Laundromats any longer.David C. and Curt H. have correctly pointed out additional negative aspects. I agree with their contributions.
Despite the above comment, based on the limited experience of the forum contributor, no “improvements" address the scientific reaction of ozone when added to water.
Rather than acting as a promoter for the manufacturer, it would be wonderful to have this contributor explain the new ozone process and perhaps acknowledge that he only has a personal opinion and not an experienced or professional contribution to make.
Despite the above comment, based on the limited experience of the forum contributor, no "improvements" address the scientific reaction of ozone when added to water.