Bioconservacion SA

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Services

  • Bioconservacion - Technical Services

    Bioconservacion - Technical Services

    Through its own, fully equipped laboratory, Bioconservacion has the means to perform a wide range of analytical tests to ensure our customers receive personalised technical assessment.

  • Solutions

  • Corrosion Control Solutions

    Corrosion Control Solutions

    Corrosion is defined as the gradual decay of metals by electro-chemical reaction in its environment. The primary corrosive gasses found in electrical operation and control rooms are H2S, HF, HCl, Cl2, SOx, NOx, O3, NH3, Small quantities of these compounds, (only a few ppb) can create highly corrosive environments (ISA Standard 71.0). Other factors such as temperature and humidity should be kept below...

  • Odour Control Solutions

    Odour Control Solutions

    Odour is usually defined as a sensation perceived from receiving a stimulus through the olfactory system. In recent years offensive odours have become more prominent with atmospheric pollution, and deodorisation processes (through which bad odours are eliminated) for odour control are in ever increasing demand. The complexity of odours and what is involved in generating them requires an integrated solution. Apart...

  • Interior Air Quality Solutions

    Interior Air Quality Solutions

    The air quality inside buildings is an important criterion to consider in ensuring the health and comfort of its occupants. This air quality may be affected by gasses (including carbon monoxide, radon, volatile organic compounds), particles, contaminating microbes, (mould, bacteria) or any other material or factor that may induce adverse health conditions. In most buildings the principal quality control methods for air are filtration and the use of...

  • Preservation Solutions

    Preservation Solutions

    Numerous studies identify environmental pollution as the principal problem in the conservation of historical objects. Acidic gasses such as sulphuric acid, nitrogen and carbon are the most common contaminants as these acidify the archived materials, thereby accelerating their deterioration.