The Odyssey Commercial Restroom Fan Air Freshener

The Industry-Choice For Professional Restroom Air Care

Perfectly designed for diffusing scent and eliminating malodors in commercial restrooms, the Odyssey air freshener dispenser has been sanitizing and freshening washroom in restaurants, hotels, gyms, spas, fitness centers and more for decades. Professional in size and made from high impact durable polymers, it sports three-way ventilation for maximum air flow, a dust-resistant, vandal-resistant plastic design, as well as spill-proof tray that holds virtually every liquid or solid refill type. Choose from 4 attractive, high-gloss decorator finishes to complement the sleek European design.

 

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The Odyssey Comes In Four Color Options:
While, Black, Almond and Gray

Battery Dispenser: Patented two-blade plastic battery assembly utilizes one D-cell battery with stainless steel contacts. Accommodates small and large motors. Optional four-blade fan available. Packed 12 per case, and uses our squair air refills.

Odyssey Restroom Odor Control Squair Air Refills | Air Scent

Passive/Still Dispenser: Utilizes natural airflow for evaporation. Non-mechanical, easy, economical and effective. Packed 12 per case.

Odyssey Restroom Odor Control Passive Still Refills

Electric D.C. Fan Dispenser:
With efficient 12 Volt D.C. motor provides years of dependable service. More than triple the output of battery-operated two-blade fan dispensers. Packed 12 per case.

 Odyssey Restroom Odor Control | DC Battery Liquid Refill

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