Specifically designed for use in washrooms is the CWS Paradise Aircontrol fragrance dispenser. It counteracts unpleasant odours with a fruity, fresh or autumnal scent, which is distributed by an integral fan. There is no aerosol, the model uses an evaporation system to function.
Thanks to electronic control fragrance can be delivered continuously
Unicorn Hygienics has launched its Sanair and Microair systems with a new modern look designed to fit in well with modern spaces.
Sanair is used in the washroom to eliminate odours, fragrance the air and reduce stains with Unicorn's patented sanitising system.
For the office, factory or warehouse there's Microair, which comes with a range of
Tork air freshener systems from SCA are designed to be easy to use while also controlling consumption and reducing maintenance.
The Tork Universal Air Freshener consists of a tag impregnated with a choice of aromas, while the automatic Tork Premium Air freshener can be programmed to suit a five to seven-day week as required.
The Tork Universal
The Restorator is a portable electric unit designed to eliminate malodours - including smoke - from rooms. Said to be an environmentally preferable alternative to ozone generators and chemicals, it uses essential oil membranes in a replaceable cartridge to release a non toxic odour neutralising dry
vapour into the air. This allows treatment of the
From Vendor comes an assortment of air freshening solutions. For example the Digital model is designed for use in washrooms near toilets, automatically dispersing a fine spray. Featuring adjustable settings, it comes with a choice of four fragrances.
Also for the washroom - this time using fragrance strips and the ventilation already present in
Many companies are coming up with cleaning systems that use water only, claiming these to be sustainable since they remove the need for chemicals. But as water supplies dwindle, are such claims justified? Ann Laffeaty looks at arguments for and against water-based and chemical-based cleaning systems.
Products and systems were once considered to