Frequently Asked Questions

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Ecobreeze can be bought in the UK, Europe, China, Ireland, South Africa, the USA, the Caribbean, Colombia, Finland, Australia, Qatar and will shortly be available in Chile and Mexico.

Please contact us to find your nearest distributor or visit the Purchase page for a list of authorised sellers.

It works. Ecobreeze is an effective, self-contained triple action system that removes aeroallergens, pathogens and odours naturally without masking or using UV or ozone.

Furthermore, Ecobeeze thoroughly cleans the air. Other systems do not clean the air prior to dispensing a fragrance.

Ecobreeze is mains powered thus reducing battery waste. All fragrances are housed in recyclable plastic bottles. The micro-filter is washable and reusable. The carbon filter is non-toxic and is derived from renewable sources.

Every 6 to 8 weeks depending on location, settings and room conditions. Please refer to the service guide or contact us for further information.

Electrical consumption is less than 5 watts, with a similar electrical cost as running one small LED downlight. The average daily consumable cost is less than $0.30 or £0.25 per day.

We offer a wide range of specially made fragrances and aromas, please vist the refills and fragrance page to view our current list. 

Bespoke fragrances can be ordered to suit yours or your client’s corporate image.

For a room of 28 cubic meters:

  • Fan speed L = Every 80 minutes
  • Fan speed M = Every 30 minutes
  • Fan speed H = Every 21 minutes

Air filtration systems are in common use in businesses. The reason is that the air inside your workspace can be up to 5 times more polluted with things like dust mites, pollen, mould, dander, chemicals from air fresheners and ozone air purifiers, cleaning supplies, building materials and dust from carpets. This bad air isn’t something you can see but it can be the cause of allergies, weakened immune systems, and malodours.

Inadequate ventilation can increase indoor pollutant levels, by not bringing in enough outdoor air to dilute emissions from indoor sources and by not carrying indoor air pollutants out of the building. High temperatures and humidity levels also increase concentrations of dangerous pollutants by providing ideal environments for breeding pathogens and mould which can become airborne.

Serious illnesses can result from contaminated indoor air. Sick building syndrome, or SBS, is a physical reaction to multiple low-level contaminants. These contaminants could be chemical (formaldehyde), biological (mould) or physical (heat, humidity and lighting).

Research indicates that people spend more than 70 percent of their time indoors. Therefore, for many people, health risks may be greater due to exposure to air pollution indoors rather than outdoors.

Children breathe in 50 percent more air per pound of body weight than adults do.

In addition, people who may be exposed to indoor air pollutants for the longest periods of time are often those most susceptible to the negative effects of indoor air pollution. Such groups include children, the elderly and the chronically ill, especially those suffering from respiratory or cardiovascular diseases.

  • Mains unit that has to be hardwired into a spur.
  • Mains unit that has a plug and can be plugged into a socket.
  • All units must be fixed to a wall.

Generally one unit per 28 cubic meters.

  • Reduces indoor pollution
  • Adds freshness to the room/area
  • Removes odours
  • Neutrally fragrances