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However, with refi lls lasting for 60 days and two AA batteries lasting for 18 months to two years, it’s safe to say that the cleaners won’t fi nd this a diffi cult product to handle.


As Mr. Hydros Jassem, Managing Director at Fragrance Delivery Technologies Ltd, said: “A fresh and pleasant smell is an indicator of a clean facility; the smell reflects on the overall impression of the establishment, and Viva!e is the only TRUE 60 days product which promises a fresh smell, around the clock.”


Create The ‘WOW’ Factor The Viva!E Air Freshness system emits an intensely-scented fragrance to create a permanently fresh environment that has an impact every time you walk into the room. Most air fresheners work by masking bad odours with heavy perfume, but the Viva!E Air Freshness system uses Neutra-Lox – a proprietary odour neutralising agent to eliminate, not mask, any bad odours, leaving only fresh scent in the air.


The 26 fragrances have been selected for their intensity; each has been extensively tested for performance over the refi ll life,


and also fi eld tested for popularity and appeal. When the fragrance molecules are released, they diffuse into the air in the room; proprietary Neutra-Lox odour neutraliser molecules eliminate competing malodour molecules, allowing the fresh scent to spread out and fi ll the surroundings where they linger in the air.


Neutra-Lox eliminates intensely strong odours such as tobacco, kitchen odours, sweat, mildew, animal and body odours. Compact, contemporary and available in a choice of colours, the Viva!E Air Freshness unit will complement any room – from luxurious lounges to working washrooms. Plus, being simple to install and refi ll, the Viva!E Air Freshness system fi ts easily into a maintenance schedule.


The New SHIELD Anti-


Vandal Dispenser Washrooms in public facilities such as schools, municipal buildings, stadiums and retail shopping centres, are more likely to suffer from vandals. Fragrance Delivery Technologies Ltd’s new Oxy-Gen Powered Shield Anti-Vandal Air Freshener will be making its European debut at ISSA/ INTERCLEAN Amsterdam.


Shield is the only anti-vandal dispenser that has been designed with style and protection in mind. Its smooth contoured design makes it diffi cult for vandals to grip and tamper with the dispenser, particularly when positioned at height. It is made of robust stainless steel for added strength and comes in a variety of colours to suit each room and décor.


Both Shield and Viva!e operate silently using a patented fuel cell that generates pure oxygen to release fresh fragrance continuously. With a consistent intensity, it lasts the full refi ll cycle of 60 days, and each dispenser covers an area of up to 3,000ft3 effectively.


Who are we? Fragrance Delivery Technology (FDT) was formed in 2007 with its operational headquarters in Jabel Ali Free Zone Authority (JAFZA), Dubai. The company was established to manufacture and sell odour control systems for ‘Away From Home Washrooms’, offi ces, hotels, lobbies, reception and other public areas, using patented Oxy-Gen Powered fuel cell technology. The company is seeking partnership with industry leaders and entrepreneurs in the AFH distribution and the health sector supply chain worldwide, and is actively building channels with service companies and distributors in key markets.


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