Medical Ozone Machine by Using DDBD Reactor for Low Dose Standard

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Muhammad Nur Muhammad Nur, Ervinawati Elyaswanto, Evita Tiara Maharani, Eko Yulianto, Siti Susanti, Sumariyah Sumariyah, Renni Yuniati, Muhamad Thohar Arifin, Fadhilah Nur Fahada, Gunawan Gunawan, Mukhammad Asy’ari


Medical ozone has been widely used for health and medicine. The best technology for producing medical ozone currently is the Double Dielectric Barrier Discharge (DDBD) plasma reactor. This research uses DDBD to obtain the doses needed for medical purposes to meet the standards of the Madrid declaration. This reactor uses two aluminium electrodes  with mesh-mesh  configuration . High pulse AC voltage is applied between 0 and 4000 V. The pulse frequency at power are of 60 Hz and 70 Hz. DDBD plasma reactor to supply medical oxygen with flow rate variations from 0.2 L/min to 0.8 L/min. From this research, it was found that the concentration and capacity of ozone produced by the DDBD reactor was higher when using a higher operating voltage. Apart from that, the greater the flow rate of oxygen supplied to the reactor, the greater the concentration and capacity of medical ozone produced. Use in the medical world requires precise dosage. From many trials of variations in oxygen flow rate, operating voltage and pulse frequency, ozone doses were obtained that were in accordance with the ozone dose range based on the Madrid declaration. A choice of variations of the required parameters is provided on a touch screen to facilitate treatment for patients

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