Bohn Biofilter Corporation
Bohn Biofilter, known for its soil filter media, supplies a proven air emissions control system. It?s a powerful single-stage solution with unmatched reliability and efficiency. A leader in biofilters since 1986, we have satisfied clients which include many wastewater and industrial facilities. Bohn Biofilter is the original developer and supplier of inorganic biofilters. Our system has satisfied LEED (Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design) certifications and BACT (Best Available Control Technology) requirements.
As a leader in biofilters for 30 years, we have perfected a powerful single-stage solution with unmatched reliability.
Company founder, Hinrich Bohn, Ph.D., is a soil chemist/physicist, who has studied soil as a natural biofilter medium for 30 years. A professor of soil chemistry at the University of Arizona, he is a nationally recognized expert on biofiltration. His knowledge and research in biofiltration and the ability of soils and organics to eliminate foul gases is extensive. He has published over 60 papers and his textbook on soil chemistry/physics is referenced worldwide.
Corporate executive officers are Rob Johnson and Karl Bohn.
We are proud to offer a product that is environmentally responsible.
We are dedicated to improving the quality of life for the communities we serve.
We are committed to achieving higher levels of performance.
We vow to clearly communicate our knowledge, expertise and experience to our clients enabling them to make well-informed decisions.
A biofilter for air emissions is an engineered bed of filter medium above an air distribution system. Contaminant air is blown into the air distribution system and diffuses up through the media.
The contaminant gas molecules flow through a biofilter like pebbles in a stream; settling out of the air stream, they are then absorbed and degraded by microbes. The microbes convert the contaminants to carbon dioxide and water. The process is safe, natural and non-hazardous.
We provide a biofilter that has an extremely efficient microbial environment, a cultivated microbial population, and steady airflow dynamics.