Lampe Berger is Here!

Posted February 8, 2013

One of the newest product lines to be introduced at L.V. Harkness is Lampe Berger. For those who already know, Lampe Berger is an aromatic wonder. The initial concept was an invention to deal with disinfection in hospitals in 1898. Maurice Berger invented the system of diffusion by catalysis on which he filed a patent. This revolutionary technology, which purifies the air in closed rooms, and to which he had the inspired idea of adding fragrance, was soon to be applied for use in the home, giving rise to the Lampe Berger company.

Thanks to its exclusive patented burner, the Lampe Berger purifies and perfumes the air in enclosed spaces like no other system. Indeed, this diffusion by catalysis truly destroys the molecules responsible for undesirable smells. In this way, perfuming is fast, consistent and long-lasting in a room even when it is large in volume.

Basically, the Lampe Berger deals out swift justice to odors of all shapes and sizes and leaves a refreshing perfume in your humble abode. Come in to LVH for a see and smell of this scientific marvel.


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