Equipment to dilute and predilute samples
IOMS (aka e-noses)

IOMS (aka e-noses)

The "Electronic noses" or "e-noses" are designed with an array of sensors that responds to different components of an odour sample with an electronic sign.
Annoyance mapping

Annoyance mapping

Apps to map odour annoyance.
Short Description: Se trata de una empresa que trabaja en el diseño, contrucción e instalación de sistemas de succión y lavado para purificar aire rico en polvo, VOCs y humos. También trabaja en plantas de biomasa y residuos.
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Website: Solvay SA
Short Description: Solvay is a company that has developed numerous sustainable technologies and solutions that industrial operators can rely on, for example, using deodorants for air cleaning.
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Website: WesTech
Short Description: WesTech process equipment to provide solutions for customers in the industrial, mineral, municipal water, and municipal wastewater industries, also designs and builds systems for seamless in integration into customers' specifications.
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Short Description: With more than 30 years of experience, Olfasense offers a full range of services to identify, measure, assess and control environmental odours, odour analysis and odour management techniques.
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Website: Consumaj
Short Description: This is an 8 port olfactometry that is made by the company Consumaj inc. This company has been working in the province of Quebec and around the world in different projects related to the measurement of odours.
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Short Description: This organization manufactures several types of incinerators.
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Short Description: This company manufactures removal systems of COVs by using thermal oxydation.
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Short Description: This company is concerned on removing polluting gases and water treatments
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Website: Airprotech
Short Description: Airprotech supplies technologies and plants suitable for a wide range of applications and industrial processes, advanced gas cleaning solutions to make factories’ operations sustainable.
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Website: Cmi
Short Description: CMI-EA‘s team of seasoned engineers is dedicated to providing quality engineering and services. Its goal is to design and supply high-performance cost efficient process systems.
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Website: Atlas Copo
Short Description: This company offers different types of compressors, tools and industrial solutions.
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Website: Bayard
Short Description: This company manufactures different machines to provide the environmental development.
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