I guess the part that jumped out at me was the part about UV causing acids. I have never seen this before from any other source in over 19 years of being involved with ozone. I have however limited experience with UV units so I cannot corroborate or refute from personal experience. I think it probably wise at this point, for the benefit of other readers, to mention that it is ozone created from room or atmospheric air we are talking about that creates nitrogen compounds in any ozonator. Any ozonator using pure oxygen as a source does not create nitrogen compounds. I have no other dispute with what you wrote about UV ozonators and would like to add that mercury vapor causes the UV light so these units are potentially dangerous to the environment when disposed of.
I am also a little confused still about your description of the differences between hot and cold corona. Am I correct in my understanding from your writing, that the difference between a hot and cold corona machine is whether there is one or two dielectrics in the corona field? If so how would you describe plasma units like from Plasmafire?