odour sampling bag Articles

  • Managing Odour Sample Degradation through On-Site Olfactometery and Proper Sample Transportation and Storage

    Degradation is inherent part of odour sampling and olfactometery analysis. There are many techniques that can be deployed in order to minimize sample degradation, such as nitrogen-based pre-dilution and sealed transportation vessels. Despite the best efforts to keep the volatilization at bay - sample degradation has forced European and American standards to implement a thirty (30) hour expiration ...

  • Stability of Volatile Sulfur Compounds (VSCs) in sampling bags – impact of temperature

    Volatile sulfur compounds (VSCs) are a major component of odorous emissions that can cause annoyance to local populations surrounding wastewater, waste management and agricultural practices. Odour collection and storage using sample bags can result in VSC losses due to sorption and leakage. Stability within 72 hour storage of VSC samples in three sampling bag materials (Tedlar, Mylar, Nalophan) ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • The Aerox®-Microtester …A unique tool!

    The smallest version of the Aerox cold plasma injection technology fits in a suitcase.This so called Aerox®-Microtester offers a unique test device to be used by the Aerox-Sales Team to demonstrate the customers the working of the Aerox®-Technology on-site. The demonstration can be carried out within two hours. All what is needed is the smell and an internal odour panel using their noses. ...


    By Aerox B.V.

  • Compost maturity as expressed by phytotoxicity and Volatile organic acids

    VOA in Composts Maturity is a qualitative trait of compost that may be expressed in a number of ways and is generally held to be relevant to plant performance. Volatile organic acids (VOA) have been cited to be responsible for phytotoxicity (plant growth suppression) when immature compost is used for growing plants (Manios et al., 1989). However, the production of VOA in compost has not been well ...


    By ORBIT e.V.

  • ACS installation at Glowood 100,000ton/y pellet plant achieves 12mg/Nm3 - Case Study

    With increasingly tougher restrictions on industrial air emissions, pellet manufacturers are looking to "future-proof" particulate matter (PM) compliance, cost effectively. One Portuguese producer, Glowood Indústria S.A., has recently installed a brand new type of mechanical cyclone. The most recent results show a remarkable reduction of its PM emissions, from 700mg/Nm3 to under ...

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