Facility Executive Magazine Spotlights the Fresh Wave IAQ M130

By December 2, 2015November 30th, 2018News

Foul odors and indoor air quality (IAQ) issues continue to be an ongoing challenge for facility professionals. Fortunately, there are a number of solutions on the market today that work to ensure any commercial building is odor-free and safe.

This month Facility Executive Magazine spotlighted a number of key innovations that help tackle the most difficult of odor challenges. The article also highlighted the Fresh Wave IAQ M130 Vapor Phase Unit as an ideal solution for removing organic and inorganic odors in highly safe and effective ways.

Here’s what the publication had to say about the M130:

The Fresh Wave IAQ M130 Vapor Phase Unit provides a dry dispersion system for the efficient and economical application of Fresh Wave IAQ Air & Surface odor eliminator. The mobile unit is equipped with swiveling casters as well as side-mounted lift handles to move easily between hotel rooms, rental properties, or around a restoration job site.

The M130 implements the Fresh Wave IAQ Air & Surface Liquid, a proprietary blend of environmentally friendly ingredients, including water, lime, pine needles, aniseed, clove, and cedarwood. This blend is effective at eliminating tough odors such as smoke, mildew, chemical fumes, vomit, feces, urine, and food.

To operate the unit, users remove the fill tube cap, fill the tank with a maximum of two gallons of Fresh Wave IAQ Air & Surface Liquid, plug the unit in, and turn it on. The M130 Vapor Phase unit disperses sub-micron size Fresh Wave IAQ molecules into the air. These dry vapor particles are able to eliminate malodors in the air and on surfaces while also penetrating into draperies, upholstery, bedding, wallpaper, carpets, and other surfaces. There is no need to evacuate the area being treated while the unit is in use.

Highly portable and effective in the removal of the most challenging of facility odors, the M130 clearly earned its spot in this product round up! Be sure to read the full article here.