Some healing protocols can become quite expensive and ozone therapies are no exception. Fortunately, the ‘Ozone to Health’ Facebook group has many creative members who come up with inventive ways to save some money along the way.
There is one cool hack that is becoming quite popular among ozone fans. Joe Dolan, from the ‘Ozone to Health’ fb group, came up with this very innovative idea for creating an external low flowmeter by just purchasing the heart of the device for cheap on eBay. After getting lots of input from many experts in the group, he figured out how to make this work.
I saw Joe’s posts about this DIY external flowmeter and thought it was a brilliant idea.
I got pretty lucky, as when I bought my used oxygen concentrator at a store they also had for sale the perfect low flowmeter part to use for Joe’s hack.
I have been successfully using this low flowmeter hack for my home ozone treatments during the past six months. It has worked really well for me so far. Though, keep in mind that this is not a professionally designed device and it may have some flaws. I have made a few adjustments along the way to correct some issues I came across.
Paola Dziwetzki, from The Power of Ozone, and I joined forces to make this instructional video. It explains in detail how to put together this cheaper low flowmeter version (less than $40).
Warning – this is a long video. It covers everything in detail regarding how to make this low flowmeter hack work on a regular 0-5 LPM oxygen concentrator.
Hope you enjoyed the video. Would love to hear your thoughts!
**If you are not into DIY or feel more comfortable getting a medical device designed for this purpose, you can get Invacare’s ready to go low flowmeter for $299.95.**