There are three basic ways to emit fragrance into the air. Via a scent carrier like a scented candle or scented gel. An other widely used method is the heating of perfume oil. The third way is to nebulize the pure oil into the air.
It is Retro scent’s opinion that a quality fragrance can only be produced by nebulizing the pure perfume into the air.
Other methods and systems then nebulizing can have a negative effect on the quality of the fragrance.
Retro scent uses a specially designed system which uses a room temperature nebulizer which is placed within the cartridge which holds the perfume oil, and then creates a 100% aerosol. This way the full fragrance with all its contents is evaporate without loss of fragrance.
The fragrance systems produced by retro scent are fitted with a finely adjustable nebulizing pump and a silent (as far as possible) adjustable ventilator. The ventilator is an essential part of the machine in order to transport the fragrance through and with the surrounding air. The combination of nebulizing the perfume and transporting the fragrance with a fan makes Retro scents machines one of the best products on the market today.
The adjustable settings on any of our systems make for the ultimate scent experience in any area or space.
A specially designed cartridge facilitates an optimum nebulization of the fragrance oil.
Within the cartridge there is both the fragrance oil and a small, high pressure nebulizer. RS makes sure all cartridges are safely filled and sealed, ready for use. The fragrance cartridge is simply placed in the fragrance machine and connected to the nebulizing pump. The cartridge only emits a 100% aerosol of the fragrance oil. This way the fragrance does not loose any intensity.
Three different kinds of cartridges are available:
RSC-Event A small cartridge ( 50 ml) for event use up to 24 hours
RSC-200 A 200 ml cartridge for periods up to 100 hours ( 20 days)*
RSC-400 A 400 ml cartridge for extended and intensive use up to 200 hours*
* Retroscent fragrance machines use, on average, between 0.5 ml to 5 ml per cartridge, per hour, dependently on intensity and timer settings. An average consumption would be 9 to 10 ml per 8 hour day with normal use. We speak of normal use when both timer and intensity are set to 50%.