Jim, I won't disagree with them, here is a quote from the link you posted;
Here's my question, who regulates the amount of ozone in your house? Obviously too much is bad. Do you have an ROS monitor that will start beeping when higher levels are reached? I guess I don't like the idea of an unregulated ozone generator in my house. We have tried several types of units and some people love them and some people are sensitive to them and ask us to turn them off or remove them.ongoing research suggests that there may well be a Goldilocks zone of ideal ROS levels in the human body. When levels are too low, healing can't happen properly; when levels are too high, cellular destruction starts to ensue
You know probably everything there is to know about CO and you highly recommend CO monitors to prevent people breathing it. Here is an article that CO may be good for you in small doses. http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases...0918165352.htm
By the same reasoning you use to justify ROS spewing unregulated into someones home, we could say that a little CO would also be good for them! Ozone may be good for some things in limited quantities, but just to indiscriminately produce it at unregulated levels is could get into the cellular destruction that your article talks about.
Maybe one reason I don't like ozone generating devices is because I am extremely sensitive to it. We have a few customers on maintenance contracts that have Alpine Air purifiers AKA ozone generators. The first time I went to their house I didn't know why I got short of breath and painful lungs after 30 minutes in the house. This happened 2 or 3 times. After that I would ask them to shut them off before I got there and never had the problem again. I can smell the stuff the instant I walk into someone's house and it definitely is an irritant to me.