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: Siemens
Short Description: Siemens Water Technologies provides the most comprehensive, cost-effective and reliable treatment systems and services.
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Short Description: Norit 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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Short Description: GTI develops custom designed covers for odor control
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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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Sitio web: Nova Q
Short Description: Nova Q is a supplier of innovative waste treatment technologies including odour prevention, odour control, leachate treatment and natural bacteria for the bio-augmentation of compost and bio-filter systems.
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Sitio web: BioAir Solutions
Short Description: ioAir Solutions® - a dynamic biological odor control company that uses biotrickling filter products with a patented EcoBase media to meet critical odor control requirements.
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Sitio web: Jacobi Carbons
Short Description: Jacobi Carbons is one of the world’s largest activated carbon companies, celebrating several significant milestones along the way
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Sitio web: Lechler France
Short Description: Lechler develops and manufactures precision nozzles for various applications, for example, in the environmental field, for gas treatment.
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Sitio web: Brotech France
Short Description: Brotech France is a company that manufactures and installs pressurization and filtration systems (PFS) throughout France.
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Short Description: mist-air is a flexible odour suppression system, which can be adapted to suit all sizes of buildings or operations. It is easily fitted to any site and can be retro-fitted to existing operating sites, ensuring an odour free environment.
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Sitio web: Mortelecque
Short Description: Mortelecque works on filtration and anti-pollution processes. They have a wide range of technical products and custom manufacturing options with 6 production units.
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Short Description: Ram Environnement is a company that has a section focused in odour treatment using innovative spraying technology. It can be used in waste water treatment, landfilling, industry...
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Sitio web: 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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Sitio web: Sponner Anguil
Short Description: Spooner Industries provides a comprehensive range of oxidiser technologies for market applications.
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Short Description: This company is specialised in gas treatment solutions using a wide range of spraying technologies.
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