Lampe Berger Air Purifier

Lampe Berger Air Purifier

Posted by on Jan 23, 2012 in Lifestyle | 0 comments

-Lampe Berger catalytic process eliminates cooking, smoking, pets and any other undesirable odors – Creates a beautiful scent – its release system provides you better indoor scenting quality. – Decorates your home. Lampe Berger came up as an idea of the utilization of the catalytic combustion and it’s applications found by Justus von Liebig 1803-1873 and Charles Gerhardt 1816-1856, that is perfected by a Pharmacist Doctor named Maurice Berger on the 1897, therefore it is named after the inventor, Lampe Berger. During the Madeleine Era, on 1897, the hospitals back then are not exactly the same like what we known here and now. It is not a place for sick people to be cured, well to be exact, it is the home of the sick people to gather up, as the medical procedures back then are limited and a lot of new emerging sickness are being recognized time through time. The risks of cross contamination of bacteria through air are imminent and feared to affect the healthy and the doctors and nurses. The stench of the rotting carcasses and amputees at that time, due to the inefficient cold holding storage facilities, are infiltrating the air, which again, spreading the risk of diseases cross contamination throughout the hospitals. This is when the famous inventor, Maurice Berger invented the air purification system to eliminate the risk of cross contamination through the air, that deodorizes and eliminates airborne bacteria, bad odor and disintegrates second hand smoke in the air. In the first initial applications, there were only one design with two colors of Lampe Berger was produced, and only used in hospitals. The design was patented with two patents, one is for the catalytic combustion or diffusers, and the rest is for the Ozoalcool, which fuels the Lampe Berger itself. Then during the year 1938-1940, a local businessman named Jean Jacques Failliot brought the Lampe Berger into its golden era by putting it into the local households and commercial market. It went through the World War I and II and still going strong. Since then, Lampe Berger has commissioned many famous designers in the worlds; among them are Arman, Coco Chanel – from the house of Chanel, Jean Cocteau, Emille Galle, and Cristalleries de Saint Louis. The precursor designs from the golden era are still held in Musee du Louvre or Louvre Museum of Art in France that held price tags of millions of dollars for some among them. Until now, Lampe Berger remains one of the most valuable and collected Art Object that still rising in value over time. Lampe Berger is still being traded by the CCLB (Lampe Berger Collectors Club), a club made by the Societe Berger, which held their annual meeting to swap or auction their rare collections of Lampe Berger. Right now, Lampe Berger International has 22 distribution licenses around the world, with only one of them...

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