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V-Air® SOLID contains no liquids, which eliminates the chance of spillages, ensuring safety in use and transportation. The unit is unaffected by humidity or pressure, the most common cause of passive cartridges failing. As an innovator in hygiene, we have a responsibility to look for new ways to serve our customers’ needs. Utilizing Piezo technology is Vectair Systems’ newest and most exciting way of doing just that with our new Vibe® aircare system.


What is Vibe® and where did the inspiration


come from? With new technologies constantly emerging, and evidence that the world is living unsustainably, distributors are now demanding strong environmental credentials of their manufacturers. Customers want to identify products that are healthier and greener. We wanted to design an air care system that did not saturate a space with heavy concentrations of scent and environmentally unfriendly VOCs, yet was highly effective. Vibe® is a brand new aircare system which consists of a dispenser and refi ll cartridge, with patented piezo technology.


What is piezo


technology? In simple terms, piezo technology involves the generation of mechanical pressure by piezo elements, which change shape as


electrical signals are passed through them. In an aircare dispenser, this mechanical piezo pressure is used to propel fragrance particles out of the dispenser and into the atmosphere.


Why is Vibe®, and the use of piezo technology


so revolutionary? The use of piezo technology creates a far more effi cient, more environmentally friendly and less expensive aircare system compared to conventional aerosols and other systems.


Vibe® is highly effective at ultra low concentrations, with much lower VOCs than current aerosols. The piezo technology allows for consistent fragrance from start to fi nish. Unlike heavier aerosol droplets which fall within minutes, the piezo micro particles are much smaller and lighter. Remaining airborne for many hours, the micro particles blend uniformly throughout an interior space without leaving surface deposits.


Piezo micro particles have properties much like the aromas emitted from cooking or from a lit candle. They tend to fl oat around much larger objects and don’t stay in the lungs. The olfactory sensors detect them easily and they remain airborne for a period long after the origination source has stopped. For more information, visit www.vectairvibe.com.


Other product


innovations We are excited to preview our V-Fresh™ universal air freshener at ISSA/INTERCLEAN Amsterdam. Versatile and discreet, V-Fresh™ is a solid state air freshener with added malodour eliminating micro- porous materials, with fi ve modern fragrance options. It can be easily installed onto any hard surface using an integrated suction cup, which remains out of sight from visitors. It fi xes to any hard, smooth surface even under water pressure – for example, it can be used in or on the side of toilet bowls, urinals, tiled walls or glass windows.


www.vectairsystems.com


We look forward to welcoming all of our visitors, friends, and customers old and new to our booth in Amsterdam this year. Hopefully, all Vectair staff will give you the right impression: a warm welcome, from sincere professionals dedicated to making your trip a great one, and giving you the chance to see our new product offerings!


We’ll see you in Hall 11 on stand 11.205!


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