odor control systems Equipment in Iowa

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NEFCO - Odor Control Cover Systems

by NEFCO, Inc.     based in Palm Beach Gardens, FLORIDA (USA)

NEFCO’s Odor Control Cover Systems are walk-able, load-bearing platforms that enable operators to safely reach covered areas, including launders, grit chambers, UV channels and others areas where personnel access is required. Our walk-on covers feature non-skid surfaces with large hinged hatches that provide ready access to for inspection ...

Model TSC - Odor Control System

by Tech Universal (UK) Ltd     based in Cardiff, UNITED KINGDOM

Odor nuisance is no longer acceptable to the general public and increasing pressure is being placed on management to control site odors. Although malodors do not cause physical harm, they effect human well being and quality of life. Odor nuisance is no longer a problem as Tech Universal technology for odour control are the update for the ...

Gasblaster - Model LSX-100/200 - Odor Control System

by Enchlor, Inc.     based in Silverdale, PENNSYLVANIA (USA)

Effective (odor & VOC destruction). Low capital costs. Low maintenance / Small footprint. No chemical/ desiccant replacement. Destroys odors inside the facility. No expensive or bulky ducting . No energy-consuming fan / blowers

EPRO - Model 4 - All Odor Control Systems

by Enchlor, Inc.     based in Silverdale, PENNSYLVANIA (USA)

Stainless steel Construction. Automatic, versatile & portable. Low power consumption. Hour meter / On off indicator light. Destroys Odors - Not a Cover Up. Economical / Low Maintenance. No costly chemicals / no residue

IMS - Model I-BOx™ - Biological Odor Control System

by Integrity Municipal Systems     based in Poway, CALIFORNIA (USA)

The IMS l-BOx™ Series odor control system {Patent Pending) is an advanced two-stage biological system that provides ooint source odor control. The first stage is a biological reactor where bacteria are used to oxidize hydrogen sulfide (H2S) and organic sulfur compounds. The second stage uses activated carbon to remove residual H2S and ...

MINI-PHOENIX Plus - Odor Control System

by Calgon Carbon Corporation     based in Pittsburgh, PENNSYLVANIA (USA)

Calgon Carbon Corporation's MINI-PHOENIX' PLUS Odor Control System is an integrated 3-stage system which consists of a 1st stage carbon unit and our proven patented PHOENIX technology for the 2nd and 3rd stages. The 1st stage High Flow HF carbon unit utilizes a bed of high activity activated carbon for the removal of reduced sulfur compounds (RSC) ...

Odor Control Systems

by APC Technologies, Inc.     based in Pittsburgh, PENNSYLVANIA (USA)

APC Technologies offers five odor control systems: CarbonPure Adsorption Systems, GP Series (Wet) Gas Scrubbers, Thermal and Catalytic Oxidizers, and Ultra High-Efficiency Filter (UHF®) systems. A variety of factors should be considered when selecting an odor control system, including inlet odor concentrations, contaminants present and loading ...

Ecomation - Dust and Odor Control System

by Ecomation Oy     based in Salo, FINLAND

Dust control system is an essential element in our scrap processing lines. It includes also odor elimination equipment which can be used for many purposes, for instance desinfection of possible microbes in all kind of scrap. The solution is based on the latest air ionization technology.

NCM - Odor Control System

by N.C.M. Marketing, Inc.     based in Reeders, PENNSYLVANIA (USA)

We at NCM offer an excellent high-pressure delivery system that we designed and build to meet the specific requirements of our customers. We have experience installing this system in 100 locations. This system is simple to operate; it is designed to allow the site operators to set the automatic controls and not to worry about odor control. We use ...

Odor Control Systems

by Marcab Company, Inc.     based in San Marcos, CALIFORNIA (USA)

Hydrogen sulfide, present at wastewater and water treatment plants, collection facilities and industrial establishments, can reach concentrations in excess of 100 ppm. It is important to remove these sulfides because: 

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