About Us

“We turn a negative into a positive”

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Air Creative Ireland is the sole distributor for Air Creative products in Ireland and the UK. It is a Swiss Air Refienment Product, which is now being used in over nine countries across Europe in a wide range of premises.

Air Creative Ireland provides effective Natural Odour Removal and Aroma Marketing solutions to all all types of businesses from Hotels, Hospitals, Nursing Homes,  Retail, Automotive to the entertainment Industry. Our refinement systems are 100% natural and can be used in a wide range of different businesses across Ireland. Our head office is based in the NSC, Mahon, Co.Cork.

Our units operate independently of the heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems and require no messy installation. Our products are independently certified as safe to be used in the environs of food production and in Hospitals.

We are Different

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Liam O’Connor, Managing Director, Air Creative Ireland

“Our goal from the very beginning has been to create ambiences in which visitors, customers and staff feel good. Conveying our vision of air refinement has not always been an easy task over the years. There is still a widespread belief that fragrances and odours can only affect us when we are consciously aware of them. Aroma marketing as an event still relies on this prevailing opinion.

Thus artificial “bread roll or coffee scents”, for example, are touted as stimulants that will increase sales and well-being. Our research efforts, however, in cooperation with renowned universities as well as in our own laboratory, in salesrooms and living spaces, show that the subconscious and the limbic system are particularly closely connected with scent stimuli and can significantly affect one’s sense of well-being.

In this context, we have found that negative influences such as poor air quality have a much stronger effect on people’s behaviour than all the positive and pleasant influences taken together.

We can create the most beautiful visually, acoustically and haptically interesting presentations, but if the olfactory ambience is not quite right, viewers do not feel well and thus do not stay for as long.

Refining a room’s ambient air quality addresses people via their emotions and memories rather than control them, as is sometimes argued. The room’s air quality is improved – for the benefit of visitors, customers and staff. The fact that this can simultaneously help reduce viruses, bacteria and staphylococcus counts is an additional measurable side benefit”.

Yours, Liam O’Connor

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