Thursday, October 30, 2008

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In solution at low concentration, creates a micelle around the odorous molecules:

 

In simple terms

~CaHbOc (aq)   + H2S----------------> CxHyOzS + H2O

 

 

The forces involved in most reactions are highly reactive and also in an equilibrium state, meaning that heat and oxidation reactions may occur, and being in equilibrium would also mean that the reaction may reverse and create more odour.

 

Through an open air application or end of pipe install as a whole system or add on to another type of odour control such as biofilters, air scrubbers, afterburners.

 

Through application in the air though specialised and approved application equipment diffusion and dilution in the area of the nozzles occur with the above mentioned cluster. 

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