Odour Control

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Liquid odour control

ACF32 is a broad spectrum liquid cocktail of live bacteria that attributes its odour control properties to 29 different types of bacteria. ACF32 can work in aerobic and anaerobic applications and CSO Technik has recently been appointed the sole ACF32 distributor for Great Britain.

CSO recently supplied ACF32 for a trial on an anaerobic digester where hydrogen sulphide levels in excess of 350ppm were giving cause for concern, within 10 days the H2S levels were reduced to 30ppm. ACF32 has also been dosed into failing or failed bio-filters to improve or restore system performance.

ACF32 can be used on wide variety of odour control applications and is capable of biologically treating Ammonia, styrene, reduced sulphur compounds etc. ACF32 is normally dosed directly into the source of the odour, performance improvements are rapid and can be determined after relatively short trial periods. ACF32 is not a perfume or masking agent and is not sprayed into the atmosphere; it is applied directly into the source of the odour where the self selecting bacteria attach the relevant food source (odour molecules).

Atomization to control airborne odours on contact

OMI Industries' Ecosorb technology eliminates industrial odors without the use of harsh or hazardous chemicals, expensive emission control systems or masking fragrances. The odor neutralizer has been engineered to seek out and destroy organic and inorganic odors on a molecular level – safely and effectively neutralizing even the most persistent industrial odor.

Throughout the atomization process, Ecosorb odor eliminator is mixed with water, pumped through pipes/hoses and delivered via nozzles or fans to areas affected by odor. After droplets are dispersed into the air they neutralise odors on contact. The major advantage of atomization nozzle systems is the level of control they provide, according to the firm. Through various means of control, depending on system style and design, the volume of product dispersed can be regulated.

The atomizing systems offer odor control against malodors associated with various industrial processes as well as odorous material handling, including composites, composting, wastewater, solid waste, refining/petrochemical and pulp and paper.

Electrochemical odour treatment system

PEPCON Systems' water treatment and odor control systems, ChlorMaster and OdorMaster, feature electrochemical cells that use electricity to convert saltwater or brine into a safe, dilute sodium hypochlorite (NaOCl) solution. By altering the molecular structure of the pollutants, the systems generate a cleansing sodium hypochlorite solution at less than one-half of the typical purchasing cost of hypochlorite.

PEPCON said that since its cells produce sodium hypochlorite on-site, the hazards and expenses associated with the transportation, storage and handling of chlorine gas or highly concentrated commercial bleach are eliminated. The stringent regulatory requirements pertaining to chlorine gas and bleach are also avoided.

The electrochemical cells use low voltage direct current (DC) power supplied by a rectifier. They are designed to operate in a wide variety of environments and conditions. The rectifier, electronic controls and other necessary system components are all integrated by PEPCON Systems. Units are shipped as preassembled modules, complete with piping, a bus bar and structural supports.

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