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Offline Mans

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The effects of the high voltage arces
« on: September 10, 2019, 02:12:12 PM »
I have some question herein:

1- As you know, the HV arc creates an amount of Ozone (O3). is it useful and breathable in the house?

2- The HV arcs ionize the molecules of air; What the effect of ionized air in a house is?


3- Is the HV arcs useful for a greenhouse? Is it the cause of a faster growth for plants?     

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Re: The effects of the high voltage arces
« Reply #1 on: September 10, 2019, 07:18:26 PM »
Quoted from: https://www.pupman.com/safety.htm

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4.0) Ozone, NOx, and Vapors
A sparking tesla coil produces ozone, nitrogen-oxygen compounds, and probably a host of other potentially toxic substances. Do not operate a large coil in an enclosed area for long periods of time. Make sure ventilation is adequate at all times. There have been anecdotal references to people becoming ill due to ozone toxicity. The long term bioeffects are unknown.

Personal experience from operating Tesla coils indoor and breathing too much of a badly ventilated air results in a solid head ache.
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Re: The effects of the high voltage arces
« Reply #2 on: September 10, 2019, 08:46:32 PM »
Quoted from: https://www.pupman.com/safety.htm

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4.0) Ozone, NOx, and Vapors
A sparking tesla coil produces ozone, nitrogen-oxygen compounds, and probably a host of other potentially toxic substances. Do not operate a large coil in an enclosed area for long periods of time. Make sure ventilation is adequate at all times. There have been anecdotal references to people becoming ill due to ozone toxicity. The long term bioeffects are unknown.

Personal experience from operating Tesla coils indoor and breathing too much of a badly ventilated air results in a solid head ache.

Thank you

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