Hello again, there are no 'industrial air fresheners' using those terms on the market. There is simple fresh air intake which should be built into your existing air conditioning system.
And then there are various 'ozonation' and 'ionization' systems that remove odors by infusing the air with legal amounts of ozone. 1 to 5% of people are allegric to ozone... ozone produces a air similar to what you smell in a forest after a rain storm (and by the same means) the ozone and surplus oxygen destroys the odor causing molecules.
Less expensive is an 'ionization grid' generally seen in clean rooms to cause particles, including many but not all odorous particles to stick to the walls and floor and not on the electronics being manufactured.
I would try an ozonator first and see how it goes.
Beyond that there are electronic air filters, that you can also fit activated carbon filters into, those do a good job but are expensive.
Here are some relevant links:
That type of electronic air cleaner is non ozone producing and can be fit into the return air ducts of existing air conditioning systems.
The also make free standing types that can be mounted on the wall or hung from the ceiling, about the size of a small refrigerator... cost $4,000 or so, depending.
Look all that over, let me know what you think.
Note: please pardon my initial questioning but it is necessary to determine what is on site, and what the actual needs are, I am a working mechanical engineer, and one of my primary specialties is air quality... I can continue working with you without any time limits if you wish, or you can ask me to opt out and one of our HVAC techs will pick up your question, again I apologize.