Timilon Corporation announces new production facility in the US
This is the company’s third US-based production facility
BONITA SPRINGS, Fla. (Apr. 9, 2020) – Timilon Corporation, parent-company of EnviroKlenz®, OdorKlenz®, and FAST-ACT®, announced the opening of its third and newest production facility in the United States. The facility will support the brand’s production of EnviroKlenz® air purifiers to satisfy customers’ demand during the pandemic, while maintaining its recognizable quality.
The EnviroKlenz® air purifier has a two-stage air filtration system, made up by its patented earth mineral technology air cartridges and HEPA filters. All units are produced in the United States and hand-crafted with a powder-coated metal assembly, which composes a safe and durable design. The new facility will maintain EnviroKlenz® high-quality standards and shorten the delivery time of the standard and UV mobile units.
“At EnviroKlenz®, our customers’ satisfaction is our number one priority,” said Director of Operations Eric Steward, “so we want to make sure they get the cleanest air as soon as possible. This expansion is a great opportunity for us to increase our production and decrease shipment time, especially now when Americans are spending most of their time indoors.”
The US-based facility will start its operations in the upcoming week, and EnviroKlenz® air purifiers customers can expect a shorter processing period as a result. For more information, please visit enviroklenzairpurifiers.com.
Marketing & Branding Specialist, Timilon Corporation
About Timilon Corporation
Timilon Corporation was founded in Fort Myers, Fla., and is the parent-company of EnviroKlenz®, OdorKlenz®, and FAST-ACT®. Timilon is an innovative and rapidly growing company focused on personal air quality, surface decontamination, and engineered solutions. The company provides destructive adsorption technologies with the ability to destroy, neutralize, eliminate and/or protect against a wide variety of toxic chemicals, noxious odors, and biological hazards. For more information, visit timilon.com.