It is a known problem in the flower industry that the quality and shelf life of flowers delivered to shops can fluctuate. It can end up with the flowers having to be destroyed or taken back, and it costs the producer/distributor a lot of money. At Bare Blomster, Stokke in Norway, they also occasionally experience this problem, and therefore, they contacted FHS Scandinavia to find a solution, because as a supplier, they want to have the best quality in the market.
The flower’s fluctuating level of quality and shelf life is often due to gases or high mould levels in the air in warehouses and out in the shops, and therefore, you can take some particle and mould samples to identify the underlying problem.
At Bare and other similar flower suppliers, we solve mould challenges with customised ionisation and filter systems. The flowers have a longer shelf life and higher quality when the mould is eliminated, saving the company significant losses. At the same time, the staff – and especially those who have asthma – experience that the air is significantly improved.
Thomas Orre at Bare Blomster is delighted with the results after installing the Ionisation from Airgenic and would like to recommend others in the industry to use systems from FHS Scandinavia.
FHS Scandinavia sells ionisation systems from www.airgenic.no in Scandinavia. Airgenic has developed ionisation technology to eliminate the total bacterial count, including particles, Covid-19, mould and yeast.