SEWAGE NETWORK AND PUMPING STATIONS
The main disturbing odor character in city sewer networks and pumping stations originates from nitrogen derivatives such as H2S and ammonia, similar to the entrance structures of the same wastewater treatment plants.
Similar to the entrance structures of the waste water treatment plants the main disturbing odor character in city sewer networks and pumping stations originates from H2S and nitrogen derivatives.
Solid waste in the water collapses in sewer networks, especially in long horizontal lines. The layers formed by these wastes accumulate by time and create an anaerobic environment emitting odors. A similar situation in the lift stations, this time, occurs when the wastes that remain and settle in the bottom of the pit shaken by the movement of water. Especially when the water flow increases this again and discharges odorous gases.
In these applications ®Neutroair can be Applied both by misting and dry vapor methods. In small pumping stations or sewer chimneys the jel type of products which don’t need an electric appliance or installation to be applied can be preferred.
It does not mask the smell, neutralizes it.
Its effect can be measured by accredited methods
More economic than alternative methods