Electronic Separator Technology
A health & fitness podcast from Richard Rose
Located in Mobile, AL, E.S.T. has focus on improving the air quality and living environment of the residents of Alabama. With individual distribution offices in over 70 countries worldwide E.S.T. is excited to make a difference in the Southeast. The product originates from Germany and has been on the market since 1990. It is well known in Europe for it’s award winning compact sleek design with the ability to filter dust, smoke, allergens , mites, and gases. Using water as the filter source creates a cost effective machine with no filters to buy or replace; along with the ability to truly trap particulates seeing as water is non porous. E.S.T.'s goal with opening up the Southeast market is to increase customer knowledge on the hazards of the indoor air quality today and how to improve it. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/E.S.T./support
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