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Smokin the Mask and Going for Filters

17 October 2014 | Updated 01 January 1970
 

A new UK manufactured air filtration and fragrance system called ECOBreeze is blowing away the mask - the traditional way air fresheners work to cover-up smells.

It is the first air care product that has a triple action system.  First, it draws air through a dust filter to remove all airborne dust particulate; air is then directed through a sophisticated carbon filter to extract smelly organic molecules.  Finally the clean air passes over a wicking system that releases a fragrance leaving the air in the washroom, kitchen or corridor clean, fresh and fragrant.

Its design means that it is suitable for all areas in all commercial premises. It's servicing is quick, easy and can be carried out as part a cleaning schedule.

Kathleen Porter, MD of ECOBreeze said: “During 20 years in the cleaning and FM sector I had continuous complaints from customers dissatisfied with air fresheners as they were only masking smells.  I have spent 7 years developing ECOBreeze.  It has a UK patent and the unit is currently in major retail outlets, sports grounds, schools, offices, and leisure parks.

"I designed it to have a washable dust filter, recyclable fragrance container and non-hazardous carbon filter.   The unit and its consumables meet all the required UK regulatory standards."

Article written by Brian Shillibeer | Published 17 October 2014

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