What Scenting System Do You Need?
There are multiple factors to consider when designing the perfect scenting system. The size of your space, the relationship to participants, the natural airflow in the environment, the immediacy required for delivery and method of control.
Scents move and act naturally in a space. They are perceived right away but perception of a scent is diminished over time. There is competition between individual smells. So whether a scent is subtle or invasive factors into a design and timing of delivery comes into play. The bottom line is that design may be as important as choosing the right scent delivery system. So before finalizing a design contact our scent design team to discuss your options.
Scenting Systems by SensoryCo
SensoryCo scenting systems cover a wide range of spaces, from small to large, indoors and outdoors, with the ability to target scent delivery to a specific location or diffuse aromas into the background. We also offer a range of control options so that scent delivery is appropriate to each application. It can be as simple as “on” and “off” or interfacing to external systems through an open interface. Whatever your needs, SensoryCo has a system perfectly tailored to your environment.
All SensoryCo systems deliver using dry scent technologies eliminating or minimizing the potential for fallout from atomized oils. And our scent library is extensive. Select from already existing high quality formulations, or, if you don’t find what you are looking for, ask us about custom scent production.
Download our sample scent listing to the right. Or, if you are involved in training & simulation and are interested in the more “exotic” odors or malodors visit the SensoryCo Training & Simulation Web Site.
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