Disinfect Doctor/Dental Offices to Protect Patients & Staff

In the age of the COVID-19 Pandemic, protecting your patients and staff is paramount to a successful practice.  Typical cleaning methods are no longer sufficient to ensure that all surfaces in your medical office have been disinfected.  A more broad-based approach, using ozone gas to disinfect, is effective because it reaches everywhere air currents travel and is scientifically proven to eliminate viruses and dangerous bacteria lingering on surfaces. 

Disinfect Surfaces and Eliminate Odors with a 30-Day Money-Back Guarantee!

The Highest Ozone Output for Your Money

Preferred by Doctors and Dentists - compact, durable, and easy to use - SanusAer Ozone Generators provide endless hours of pure concentrated Ozone for your indoor disinfection needs, keeping your staff and patients safer.  To disinfect, deodorize, and destroy microorganisms and the resulting unwanted odors, Ozone attacks at the molecular level to eliminate all biological and chemical pollutants.

Why Choose SanusAer?

  • Highest Output for Your Money
  • Invented, Designed, and Assembled in USA
  • 30-Day Money-Back Guarantee
  • Commercial Grade Construction
  • Trusted by Professional Contractors

Dentists Love SanusAer!

“Brooks Brown is another person I have met who for years was honing his craft in one specific niche. Air purification with ozone gas. He and his partner have developed what they consider to be the most technologically advanced portable ozone generator on the market today. Another "Made in America" success story that is plug and play and fits the new category that I am coining "Green Disinfection" I truly believe a longer-term story is going to emerge around the cumulative effects of chemical disinfectants that everyone is scrambling to deploy around the clock in various work environments.”

Dr. Thomas Larkin, Phoenix Dental Project - March 25, 2020

Disinfect Indoor Surfaces to Protect Patients and Staff

Need help selecting a size, or have questions? Call us now at (740) 387-7873, or E-mail us at info@advanced-purification.com and a SanusAer team member can help you select a model and provide more information for your application.


SanusAer - the Solution for Disinfecting Indoor Surfaces

High outputs of ozone (or O3) are required to oxidize bacteria and viruses, disinfecting all  indoor surfaces. Don’t settle for low price / low output machines claiming to be just as effective.  Our commercial grade ozone generators deliver up to 15 times more ozone than our largest competitor, are easy to maintain, and built to last.

Steps to Sanitize and Disinfect your Medical Office

Locate the SanusAer Ozone Generator in the center of the Office:

  • Elevate the unit if possible
  • Keep away from materials that may block generator's flow
  • Keep away from flammable materials

Set the timer for 1 to 2 hours maximum (suggest starting at midnight)

  • Make sure generator is off a minimum of 3 - 4 hours before entering the office

NO People, Pets, or Plants in treatment zone while running generator

What to expect after an ozone treatment

After an ozone treatment, you will detect the aroma of "ultra-fresh" air.  If you don't, then treatment time can be increased in 30-minute intervals.  Many have described this "ultra-fresh" smell as the fragrance of cloths that have just come off an outdoor clothesline. Others have described it as the smell of the ocean, or the air after a thunderstorm.

Ozone is created during lightning strikes in a thunderstorm and the waves of the ocean and is nature’s way of cleaning the environment.  SanusAer Ozone Generators create the same result by bringing the power of Mother Nature to bear to disinfect and sanitize indoor surfaces.

Ozone Treatment Guidelines

As always, follow the treatment protocols outlined in the manual for best results. If you have more questions, please call us at (740) 387-7873 or email us at info@advanced-purification.com to speak with a SanusAer team member.

Always read the SanusAer® manual before operating the unit, and reference the specific treatment recommendations provided. This unit can be dangerous if not used properly.