Odor & sanitation downloads

A collection of odor and sanitation downloads

Here you will find all our brochures for industrial air treatment. Let us know if you need any further assistance.

Brochures

Effective treatment of industrial air emissions is a challenging task

Each process is unique and so are the emissions coming out of the stack. Meticulous in-house pilot tests are needed to find the optimal air treatment solution.

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H2S and odor removal at biogas plants

One of the challenges of biogas plants is the strict requirement of H2S removal after the anaerobic digestion stage, before upgrading. Another constant source of concern is the odors emitted from the biogas plant. Today, both can be solved effectively, and green. Let us help you.

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Mold and odor removal

Mold spores not only cause stale and bad odor, but is also a source of ill health and allergies. In poorly ventilated areas with increased humidity, the mold can easily attach and cause inconvenience a long time before it is visible to the eye. Our ACT 3000 and ACT 5000 ozone generators can handle the problem.

Odorless garbage rooms and grease traps with ozone

Ozone is an effective and low-cost method to eliminate odors. The purchase and the operating costs are very low – which makes the total cost over time significantly lower than for cleaning solutions based on cooling and bacteria. Ozone is the best choice for garbage rooms and grease traps.

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Fresh garbage rooms without odor and cooling

Garbage rooms, garbage sorting rooms and similar spaces naturally suffer from bad odors. But it doesn’t have to be that way. Download the folder, it includes a cost comparison for the major solutions available on the market. Not surprisingly, ozone takes care of the odors at much lower cost than the alternatives.

Odorless deaeration from grease trap

Fat and bacterial formation in the grease trap can cause major odor problems. This brochure tells how the problems can be quickly reduced, and how to install the ozone system.

Pump stations and treatment plants

Bacteria growth in wastewater can lead to unpleasant and malignant gases under acid-free conditions. Two examples are hydrogen sulfide in pump stations and treatment plants. The area surrounding a pump house or water treatment plant is also affected. It is not rare that people living nearby are affected by the odors.