Físicos

Físicos

Carbón activo, oxidadores térmicos, adsorbedores, cubiertas, oxidación UV, etc.
Químicos

Químicos

Lavadores químicos, enmascarantes, neutralizadores, oxidadación química, ozono, nitratos, peróxido de hidrógeno, nitratos, sales de hierro, etc
Biológicos

Biológicos

biofiltros, biotricklings, bioreactores, biolavadores, filtros percoladores, biorreactor con difusión de aire, etc
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Sitio web: EVOQUA
Short Description: Evoqua Water Technologies has been an industry leader in the design, manufacture, and distribution of products for chemical generation and odor control for over 30 years.
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Short Description: Pure Air Filtration provides high performance, customizable odor control systems which utilized engineered odor adsorbents for reliable odor removal.
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Sitio web: Purafil, Inc.
Short Description: Eliminate odors from sewage collection and processing operations. Prevent accidental releases of chlorine, ammonia and sulfur dioxide.
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Sitio web: OMI Industries
Short Description: OMI Industries is a leading developer of safe and effective industrial odor management solutions for a wide variety of applications.
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Short Description: Cabot is the world's largest manufacturer of activated carbon with the most diverse product line available from a single supplier. We offer over 150 different types of activated carbon to ensure cost effective solutions for your purification needs.
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Sitio web: MeadWestVaco
Short Description: MWV Specialty Chemicals serves the automotive, drinking water and energy storage carbon markets, and partners with Hercules Paper Technologies to serve the pulp and paper industry.
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Short Description: Combines technologies of Duall, Flex-Kleen, Bio-Reaction and Met-Pro Systems to provide a total APC solution. Products are effective for eliminating WWTP odors.
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Sitio web: IPEX
Short Description: The IPEX Vortex Flow Insert (VFI) is a revolutionary technology for eliminating odorous emissions and minimizing corrosion in vertical sewer drops. With no moving parts and requiring virtually no maintenance.
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Short Description: EcoVerde has developed a self-contained bioscrubber that guarantees H2S removal of >99% with a media that is warrantied for up to 15 years while offering an environmentally friendly solution to WWTP odor problems.
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Short Description: This company offers some odor control technologies such as the Gener-Ox system.
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Short Description: TQI se dedica a la comercialización de productos químicos con énfasis en catalizadores bio-orgánicos, dando soluciones ambientales en los sistemas de limpieza, degradación de materia orgánica y en los tratamientos de las aguas.
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Short Description: Design, Fabrication, Installation and Operator Training for odor control and chemical process needs with abatement systems such as Scrubbers, packaged scrubers, air strippers, etc
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Short Description: GTI develops custom designed covers for odor control
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Short Description: AERIS Tecnologías Ambientales (Environmental Technologies) S.L. is a Spin-off of the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona whose main activity is the design and development of biological reactors for the treatment of waste waters and gases.
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Short Description: Enduro Composites Inc develops, designs and manufactures equipment for the treatment of odorous compounds in air streams such as adsorbers, scrubbers and biological filters.
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