Absolutely not. While at some wavelengths the energy of UV light is able to produce ozone, this only happens at below 242 nm (Scientific Committee on Health, Environmental and Emerging Risks). The LEDs in our device emit a very narrow range of UV-C light at 265 nm, which will produce no ozone, atomic oxygen or any dangerous radicals. Furthermore, at wavelengths of 242-315 nm, ozone is broken back into oxygen molecules instead, reducing the ambient ozone in the air. We have also thoroughly measured our device with ozone meters to ensure that there are no ozone emissions.
For additional safety, we have carried out ozone tests with a laboratory affiliated with Tartu University and the results showed no indication of ozone production.