Barbed Venturi Injector for Ozone | DIY Cold Plunge
Barbed Venturi Injector for Ozone | DIY Cold Plunge
Barbed Venturi Injector for Ozone | DIY Cold Plunge
Barbed Venturi Injector for Ozone | DIY Cold Plunge

Barbed Venturi Injector

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This is the best venturi injector I have found. The barbed fittings make it easier to use.

In my previous cold plunge builds, I've used venturi injectors with 3/4" threads which have caused frustration and leaks in my filtration & sanitation system. This fitting eliminates the need for additional adapters, PTFE Thread Seal Tape /Thread Sealant and PVC Primer & Cement. Less PVC parts = less leaks. Win, win!

If you are using an Ambohr Spa-124 Ozone Generator to sanitize your water, the venturi is essential to inject ozone into your water. As water is pumped through your plumbing system and into the venturi, a vacuum is created at the suction port. This pulls ozone through the tubing and into the water line of your cold plunge.

This fitting is perfect for DIY-ers. It is easier to use and minimizes the potential for leaks with 3/4" barbed fittings on the inlet and outlet sides. It works with both vinyl tubing and flexible spa hose commonly used in DIY cold plunge plumbing.

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Customer Reviews

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Nathan G.
Ozone generator

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William W.
Works great

I bought this and installed on my Titan brand plunge. The hoses my plunge came with were all 1/2" so I had to purchase some adapters on Amazon, but after getting it installed right, it worked great. Customer service from Joe was great in working with me to identify the best install option.

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Dan C.
Great product

Awesome price, unit is nice and small and efficient.

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Dan C.
Great product

Easy to install, sturdy.

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Rostyslav S.
Great

Works how it supposed to , easy setup.
Just wanna mention after your setup you’ll need to unscrew a little cap on the top to let air flow , maybe someone didn’t know that and had an issue.