Ever since mankind began containing water in tanks, sumps, etc., odor has been a problem. The majority of all odor sources are related to bacteria growth and death. Most indigenous (naturally occurring) bacteria create by-products with odors that can include sulfur compounds (rotten egg smell), mercaptans (skunk like smell), and several other ...
Neutralization of foul odors by Odor Control is the combination of several different actions. For an effective odor neutralization a combination of below effects, depending on the source of the odor and its explained class are used.
Deodorization of waste water treatment plants, sludge thickening basins, sludge dewatering units, transportation storage and dehydration processes of dewatered sludge and similar units and processes.
There are different ways that Fantastic Odor Control products are applied. The method of application usually depends on the source of the odor.
Objective: Odor and foul smell control system. Daily odor control coating and application. Deodorizing textile and material.
The Wright system is self-contained - no expensive containment buildings to control odours are required. It is fully-enclosed and sealed by maintaining negative air pressure, through the continuous operation of an exhaust fan in each tunnel (see blue arrows in animation below). Air exhausted from the tunnel is forced through a proprietary ...
Odour Monitoring Ireland provides: Biological odour abatement equipment design, commissioning, validation and optimisation service. Chemical and physical odour abatement technology validation and optimisations service. Process and ambient air quantitative and qualitative analyses to estimate best abatement technology implementation ...
Gas Scrubbing has become an important technology for industries where the contaminant does not present a toxic risk but the odour is objectionable. This process utilises the chemical properties of the contaminants, many of which are chemically, soluble and therefore can be easily and effectively removed.
Odour treatment: biofilter, biotrickling filter, adsorption. Vapours with non biodegradable organic and anorganic compounds: air strippers, activated carbon, neutralisation.
Odour control and air pollution control can be achieved by many ways but choosing the optimum solution demands a significant in-depth understanding of many factors. Many leading organisations, both end users and contractors, draw on our 30 years of expertise.