The Odorless Features
The fan of The Odorless is designed similarly to that of a turbine jet engine to create the forced induction of air with the most efficiency and strength. This is important to create the correct airflow to ensure the foul air from your toilet bowl is properly pulled through the overflow-vent pipe and forced through the carbon filter.
Note: The “overflow-vent” pipe is typically called the overflow pipe because its primary function is to prevent the water tank from over filling. Since it now has a dual purpose, to draw foul air from the bowl, we refer to it as the “overflow-vent” pipe.
The Odorless Filter is made from specially engineered Activated Charcoal. Similar to the way your home’s air filter catches dust, The Odorless Filter actually catches the foul smelling gaseous odors (such as ammonia, hydrogen sulfide, methanethiol and others). Just as important, it also catches the airborne microorganisms (bacteria and fungi) found in toilet odor. These unseen microbes would otherwise fill the air to reach our noses, mouth, bathroom surfaces and tooth brushes! The Odorless does not cover or mask the odor, it ELIMINTATES it!
The Battery / Control Station
The Odorless Fan has a rechargeable NiMh Battery that is designed to plug in to the control panel by a guided mount; ensuring it always plugs into the power source properly to keep the battery and control panel from being damaged. The Odorless Fan has a rechargeable NiMh Battery that is designed to plug in to the control panel by a guided mount; ensuring it always plugs into the power source properly to keep the battery and control panel from being damaged.
Proximity Sensor / Operational LEDs
The Odorless Bathroom Odor Removal System is fully automated! The Odorless fan turns On and Off when you need it to. The fan starts and stops by The Proximity Sensor that recognizes when you sit down to do your business!!
The Control Panel houses The Proximity Sensor and all the operating Status LEDs you need to make it function as efficiently as possible. One LED tells you when the filter needs changing, but of course, your nose will tell you when it is definitely time to replace it! Another tells you the battery needs charging and yet another flashes Green when turned On, then flashes Red when it shuts Off. Lastly there is an On-Off Switch in the event you want it to activate earlier or for when you don’t need it on.