It’s a new type of <strong>nanotechnology</strong> air freshener dispensing system that works with unique Air Fresh and Air Clean refills.

Piexo Air Freshener

Piexo offers a greener alternative to traditional aerosol and gel air fresheners.

It’s a new type of nanotechnology air freshener dispensing system that works with unique Air Fresh and Air Clean refills. This programmable unit features: LCD w/Real time clock, 5 or 7 day On/Off selection, 1-60minute spray interval setting, customized Start & Stop time, Spray counter, Empty can reminder (6,000 sprays), Low battery monitor and operation indicator. With push button design for easy programming. Operates on four AA-cell Alkaline batteries. One unit recommended for a room area of 6000 cubic feet. See what this is all about and make sure to check out our VIDEO below.


The Benefits

No Metal Cans

Piexo tries to make everything out of plastic: light, strong, and clean. It’s easy to recycle and better for the environment.

No Added VOCs

Piexo technology allows the use of safer chemical formulations. You breathe better air. The impact on your health, the environment, and the impact on our planet is a positive one. Small change adds up fast.

No Propellant Gas

Gas can weigh a ton. That’s why we decided to give you more product content for the money. No propellants also helps our manufacturing process with less equipment to power.



Full plastic construction footprint reducing the landfill waste of conventional metal can aerosol refills.

AIR CLEAN designed for hospitals, hotel guest rooms, and airports.

AIR FRESH serving restrooms, lobbies, and HVAC systems.


Features & Benefits

  • Made and Filled in USA
  • Proprietary Formulation Air Fresh/Air Clean
  • No Metal Can
  • Lower, No Added VOC
  • No Propellant Gas
  • Lowers Operating Cost
  • Reduces Landfill Waste
  • Improves Indoor Air Quality
  • 6,000 Sprays




See the Piexo Air Freshener Dispenser in Action!



A piezo disk generates a voltage when deformed by force. Piezoelectricity dates back to its 18th Century discovery by Pierre Curie. Since, it’s found use in a number of applications –most notably in the development of Sonar technology during World War I.

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