The AromaSilencer For Atomizing Essential Oils With The AromaAce In Shelbyville, KY
Our newest development, the AromaSilencer, was introduced in Shelbyville, KY in February of 2016. This AromaSilencer significantly reduces the noise level on our diffusers and other atomizing diffusers on the market.
It is compatible with the AromaAce, AromaWhisper, AromaBreeze, and Scent Master all sold by Diffuser World. The AromaSilencer is also compatible with other atomizing diffusers in the industry like the Advanced Aromatherapy Diffuser sold by various companies on the internet and also sold by doTERRA. It is also compatible with the Young Living TheraPro Diffusers in Shelbyville, KY.
Although noise is variable for every individual, we found by placing the AromaSilencer on the atomizer of these units a significant noise reduction occurs. Our goal is to improve all Aroma-Ace and compatible atomizing diffusers with this simple addition. Now you can have peace and harmony in every room.
It’s a cinch to convert the original atomizer into the AromaSilencer with three quick steps.
First: Remove the cap from the atomizer
Second: Remove the sweep from the inside of the atomizer
Third: Place the AromaSilencer onto the atomizer.
With minimal cost, now these diffusers will be more tranquil. If you are a customer that finds noise annoying and irritating, this is a must for you.
Is Your Essential Oil Diffuser As Therapeutic As Your Oils In Shelbyville, KY?
Essential oils by nature are therapeutic in Shelbyville, 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 Shelbyville, 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 Shelbyville, 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 Shelbyville, KY Is The AromaAce
Our research has found the AromaAce to be the best nebulizing/atomizing diffuser in Shelbyville, 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 Shelbyville, KY Isn’t Easy!
Looking for the best quality atomizing diffuser in Shelbyville, 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.
Shelbyville, KY, The history of Science Hill nearly coincides with the history of its residence, the City of Shelbyville. Wakefield-Scearce Galleries was founded 150 years later. Kentucky was incorporated as the 15th state in 1792. That November, the Justices of the Quarter Sessions sent a team of men to survey a new town, named Shelbyville in honor of the new state’s first governor.
During these early years, Shelbyville lay on one of the main routes through the Kentucky wilderness. The trail probably entered Shelbyville by the lowest ford of Clear Creek at the foot of Washington Street. Hundreds of thousands of eager pioneers ventured through the Cumberland Gap into Eastern Kentucky.
Carrying as little as possible, they traveled west by horseback or covered wagon first to the forts of Central Kentucky and then to the Falls of the Ohio, now Louisville. Shelbyville lay between these two locations and offered temporary shelter from harassing Indian attacks that plagued the settlers. Being surrounded by the water supply of Clear Creek, Shelbyville’s location made it an ideal resting place for weary travelers. The relative safety of Shelbyville and its water supply encouraged the development of numerous small forts nearby.
Shelbyville, KY, The town of Shelbyville was established in October 1792 at the first meeting of the Shelby County Court after local landowner William Shannon agreed to lay off 50 acres of his property for the community and provide 1 acre free for public buildings. The grant ensured that Shelbyville rather than nearby Squire Boone's Station would become the seat of Shelby County. The agricultural town was located on the west bank of Clear Creek at its confluence with Mulberry Creek and near a route between Louisville and Frankfort.
The town required new residents to construct a 1½-story log cabin with a stone chimney; by 1795, there were forty of these and, by 1800, there were 262 residents. New lots were platted in 1803, 1815, and 1816. The Shelbyville Academy was established in 1798 at Eighth and Washington; it became Shelby College and moved to College Street in 1836, affiliated with the Episcopal Church in 1841, changed its name to St. James College after the Civil War, and closed in 1871, replaced by a public elementary school.
Science Hill Female Academy was established in 1825 on Washington Street; it functioned as a college preparatory school for young women throughout the South prior to closing in 1939 at the end of the Great Depression. The Shelbyville Female Seminary was established in 1839 and moved to its longtime residence at Seventh and Main in 1846; it became the Shelbyville Female Institute in 1849, the Presbyterian Stuart's Female College in 1851, the Shelbyville Female College in 1868, and the Baptist Shelbyville College from 1890 until its closure in 1912.