DIV15/25: Good Sense Service Revitalised With New Fragrances & Odour Control (9 September 2015)

Issue Date: 9 September 2015
Ref: DIV15/25

Good Sense Service Revitalised With New Fragrances & Odour Control

A bad smell is often the first indication that something is wrong. This is no accident. Smell is probably the most sensitive of all our senses, evolved over millions of years to detect potential dangers around us. Research has shown we can detect the presence of many chemical molecules in extremely low concentrations in the atmosphere. It is all part of our survival instinct and we are hard-wired to do it. This is why bad smells are bad for any hospitality, food service and retail business which relies on making a good impression for guests or customers. Few things lead to poor recommendations, bad reviews and lost business quicker than a bad smell.

One way to remove bad smells or malodours is to eliminate the root cause. This is not always possible so many odour control products simply rely on masking the smell with a strong perfume. Diversey Care takes a different approach. Many of its cleaning products, including its odour control ranges, incorporate patented Odour Neutralising Technology. This ingenious chemical deactivates the commonest molecules that cause bad smells so they cannot affect our senses and make a bad impression. This allows products containing ONT to incorporate subtle fragrances chosen for their ambience-enhancing qualities rather than any need to overpower bad smells. Products with ONT are effective against a variety of malodours including urine, body odours, smoke, mould and mildew.
The latest products to be revitalised with ONT are Diversey Care’s Good Sense Service range of odour control products for use with air-conditioning systems in hospitality, food service and retail settings. These are available in a range of fragrances including one specifically formulated for kitchens and food service areas.

Good Sense Service Plaque is designed for centralised air-conditioning or ventilation systems. The product is supplied in gel bars known as plaques that are placed in a frame which is then mounted inside the main outlet of the air-conditioning system. In this way the product is automatically diffused to all parts of the building. The number of plaques can be varied depending on the size of the building and the capacity of the air-conditioning system.

In buildings with decentralised air-conditioning systems, for example where there is a unit for each room or area, Good Sense Service Solo and Good Sense Service Strip offer great versatility and value. Depending on the product a capsule or strip is placed inside the outlet of the individual air-conditioning unit. One advantage of this approach is that different levels of odour control and alternative fragrances can be diffused to separate rooms or sections of the building. The strips can also be installed in a stand-alone portable tower which is ideal for temporary or highly localised odour control.

In all these systems the diffusion rate of the product is adjusted during the first 48 hours of use to ensure optimum performance. Once this is achieved the Good Sense Service products will give up to 90 days of continuous odour control with no need for further intervention.