Odournet now offers its expertise also in Brazil

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odournet staffPress note:  Odournet is committed to support its clients wherever they wish to develop projects. We are therefore very pleased to announce that Odournet has set up a branch office in Brazil, emphasizing our plans to expand our geographical presence to major emerging markets to better serve our clients.

Odournet Brasil Ltda. is located in the city of Sao Paulo, the business center of the country, and will assist you with any odour related matters.

Country manager Yanko Guimaraes is an experienced engineer who is looking forward to assessing your needs and finding the most suitable solution for your individual case, considering the full range of services provided by Odournet.

The office details are the following:

Odournet Brasil Ltda.
phone: 55 11 3040-3062
mobile: 55 11 98270-1956
address: R. Dr. Guilherme Bannitz,126, room 102, Sao Paulo- SP, CEP 04523-060, Brazil.

For more information, please get in contact with Mr. Yanko Guimaraes, who is looking forward to welcoming you.


Source: odournet group.

TO evolution the next step of the olfactometers TO series by Odournet

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Odournet TO evolution   I have to say that I heard some news about the development of a new olfactometer by odournet a couple of weeks ago in the NOSE2014 Conference organized by the AIDIC in Venice, Italy.

   I was expecting a release of the equipment around Christmas time, but hey! here they are with the new release of the new olfactometer TO evolution.

    The olfactometer TO8/TO9 did not have any serious evolution in the last years and I was wondering if the fusion of ECOMA and Odournet would lead to a halt in the development of the well known TO series olfactometers...

    But looks like the wait was worth. The TO evolution olfactometer has been designed with a key feature in mind: Transportability.

There are other aspects such as ergonomy and easiness of use that has been taken into account for this new design.

    The olfactometer TO evolution comes with a Laboratory Information Management System (LIMS) for odour labs: The WiNose Evolution LIMS.

    This LIMS manage and controls the quality of the measurements by qualifying the panel, keeping track of the lab performance, managing reference gases and taking care of projects and clients.

    See more about the new TO evolution and the WiNose Evolution LIMS here: http://www.to-evolution.com/

The Sewer Corrosion and Odour Research (SCORe) program received the Global Grand Award, part of the International Water Association’s (IWA) 2014 Project Innovation Awards.

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IWA piaThe Global Grand Award acknowledges the beneficial tools and innovative technologies the research has uncovered to help water utilities across Australia manage odor and corrosion issues within sewer systems, stated the release.

The release reported that the project, led by the Advanced Water Management Centre at the University of Queensland and funded by the Australian Research Council (ARC) and CH2M HILL’s sixteen industry and research partners, was completed in 2013 in conjunction with an ongoing Water Environment Research Foundation (WERF) ventilation research program and remains the largest, worldwide research project focused on sewer corrosion and odor.


source: Water Technology

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