The AromaAce Atomizing Essential Oil Diffuser In Paducah, KY
The AromaAce has been revolutionary in the essential oil industry. Never before did atomizing diffusers take oil directly from a bottle. This easy allinone design created a new beginning for atomizing technology.
Moving away from breakable parts, the AromaAce is built to last. The built in timing system allows the customer to customize their desired diffusion. Now essential oils can be administered in proper dosage. The AromaAce comes with two “Quick Change” atomizers which provides flexibility on diffusing different essential oils. The atomizers screw directly onto any 15 ml bottle of oil.
With a five year warranty, the AromaAce offers the longest warranty in the industry. Most diffusers offer a 30 day or if you're lucky one year warranty. Proudly being made in the USA, our quality and reliability is of utmost importance. With less than 1% return rate, the manufacturer is confident the product will last. The AromaAce delivers the best atomizing diffusion from any diffuser on the market. See test results... This unit comes in a variety of colors: Black, Green, Blue, Lavender, and our newest Anniversary Edition Bronze.
Many people ask about the coverage area. The AromaAce is rated for 1000 to 1500 sq feet depending upon the air flow, however, this unit can be set to cover much smallerareas by adjusting the output.
Is Your Essential Oil Diffuser As Therapeutic As Your Oils In Paducah, KY?
Essential oils by nature are http://www.diffuserworld.com:443/g/Essential-Oil-Diffusers/Kentucky-KY/ therapeutic in Paducah, KY, but is your diffuser? We did the research on essential oil diffusers and found the data. If you don’t believe the data in Paducah, KY, just do the math!
To put this into perspective, there are approximately 3,460 drops of water in one cup of water. So you would need to put 346 drops of essential oil into one cup of water to achieve a 10% mixture. This means that even if you used all that oil, an ultrasonic diffuser would only be one tenth as therapeutic as using a nebulizing / atomizing diffuser. It would require 44 hours of ultrasonic diffusion to equal one hour with atomizing/nebulizing diffusion.
Are All Atomizing/Nebulizing Essential Oil Diffusers The Same In Paducah, KY?
So we know that the best method to diffuse essential oils is with an atomizing diffuser, but which atomizing diffuser is the best? Aren’t they all the same? Absolutely not! Again, we tested the ten most popular atomizing or nebulizing diffusers on the market and found that most are not worth your money. The others are simply substandard.
We have purchased and tested numerous atomizing diffusers in the past sixteen years. What we have discovered is that most use cheap, Chinesemade elements and motors that burnout in a very short period of time. So you could end up purchasing two to three of those diffusers every year or two, even with normal use. If you run your diffuser regularly, you could wind up wasting hundreds of dollars. Out of the top ten diffusers tested, five of them are illegal to sell in the US.
ESIP holds over 13 patents and 5 patents pending on atomizing or nebulizing technology. They have gone to Federal Court to prove these patents are valid and have won. These five diffusers are illegal because they infringe on the intellectual property of ESIP, LLC. The top three of the units tested are licensed by ESIP, LLC and from the data you can see the bottom two diffusers aren’t worth the paper they were test on.
The Best Atomizing Diffuser In Paducah, KY Is The AromaAce
Our research has found the AromaAce to be the best nebulizing/atomizing diffuser in Paducah, KY. The AromaAce is a nebulizing/atomizing diffuser that uses a coldair diffusion process to preserve the essential oil in it’s natural state and purity while producing particles small enough for the body to absorb.
Compact and durable, allinone, therapeuticstyle design plus patented quickchange atomizer allows straightfromthe bottle diffusion of essential oils. Nothing in the way, just as nature intended.
The AromaAce is the only diffuser made in America with a five year warranty. It is ETL, CE and PSE Certified and comes in both 110 Volt and 12 Volt models to satisfy medical facility and commercial requirements by global users.
Finding The Best Quality Atomizing Diffuser In Paducah, KY Isn’t Easy!
Looking for the best quality atomizing diffuser in Paducah, KY is difficult but we have the answers. By providing the research and math we have eliminated the worry. Now the choice is easy!
The AromaAce family of diffusers is engineered for long service life, hand assembled and individually tested for 100% quality control right here in the US.
You should know that we use a special type of motor in the AromaAce, Aroma-Whisper, and AromaBreeze. It’s called a dual diaphragm air pump. There are no brushes like the Chinese motors so it does not wear out like the cheap ones. WOW, that should tell you something about the dependability and durability of the kind of motors used.
Listen, this isn’t Chinabashing. There are some very good products made in China. In fact, we use the best available Chinese air pump in our AromaBreeze diffuser to keep the price as economical as possible. Because the AromaBreeze is the most affordable atomizing diffuser available, you would think that it was the best seller, but it isn’t.
The best seller is the AromaAce. That’s because once people understand the difference, and the five year warranty, they realize the small extra investment is more than worth it. I truly believe it’s the best choice for you and your family.
Paducah, KY, In 1832, Paducah became the county seat of McCracken County. Paducah, originally known as Pekin, was settled around 1815. Settlers were attracted to the community due to its location at the confluence of the Ohio and Tennessee Rivers. The community was inhabited by a mix of Native Americans and Europeans who lived harmoniously, trading goods and services. Paducah thrived due to its port facilities along the waterways that were used by steamboats.
A factory that manufactured red bricks was established and a foundry for making rail and locomotive components was built, ultimately contributing to a river and rail industrial economy. In 1856, Paducah was chartered as a city. The community continued to capitalize on its geographic location by becoming the site of dry dock facilities for steamboats and towboats and, in turn, headquarters for various bargeline companies.
Paducah also became an important railway hub for the Illinois Central Railroad (ICRR) due to its proximity to the coal fields in Kentucky and Illinois. In 1937, the Ohio River at Paducah rose over its 50-foot flood stage. The flood was considered to be the worst natural disaster in Paducah’s history. As a result of the flood, the United States Army Corps of Engineers built a flood wall to replace the earthen levee that had once been in place.
Paducah, KY, Paducah was first settled as Pekin by James and William Pore c. 1821. The community – favorably located at the confluence of several waterways – occupied a site previously noted as a Chickasaw trading center. The town was laid out by William Clark (of the famed Lewis and Clark Expedition) in 1827 and renamed Paducah. Although local lore long connected this to an eponymous Chickasaw chief "Paduke" and his tribe of "Paducahs," authorities on the Chickasaw have since made clear that there was never any chief or tribe of that name, or anything like it, nor any words like them in the Chickasaw tongue. Instead, it is probable that Clark named the town for the Comanches.
The Illinois Central Railroad began construction of their largest locomotive workshop at Paducah in 1924. Over a period of 190 days, a large ravine between Washington and Jones Streets was filled with 44,560 carloads of dirt to enlarge the site to include 23 buildings. The eleven million dollar project was completed in 1927 as the fourth largest industrial plant in Kentucky.
It became the largest employer in Paducah with 1,075 employees in 1938. The Paducah shops were converted to maintain diesel locomotives as steam locomotives were replaced through the 1940s and 1950s; and a nationally known rebuilding program for aging diesel locomotives from Illinois Central and other railroads began in 1967. The shops became part of the Paducah and Louisville Railway in 1986; and are operated by VMV Paducahbilt.