MK2 Odour Control Unit
Sewage, Grease Traps, Kitchen Exhaust, Garbage, Toilets, Fertilisers, Farm Animals, Fermentation, Spoilage and Rotting etc.
Chemical Odours from:
Paints, Varnishes, Thinners, Adhesives, Glues, Plastics, Waxes,
Carpets, Disinfectants, Deodorants and Perfumes etc. and from
thousands of other chemicals, substances and material used and
stored in buildings and factories.
BACTERIA, FUNGUS, YEAST, MOULD, MILDEW, SPORES & PROTOZOA
Many if not most odours are produced by Bacteria and other Organisms. The Bio-Oxygen Process kills the organisms that cause odours such as Bacteria, Fungus, Yeast, Mould, Mildew, Spores, Viruses, Protozoa and other Organisms. The Bio-Oxygen Process treats the cause (Bacteria) as well as the effect (Odours).
PARTICULATES, AEROSOLS, STEAM, OIL & WAX
The Bio-Oxygen Process does not remove airborne Particulates, Aerosols, Steam, Oil,
Grease or Wax because these pollutants should be removed with an Electrostatic
The combined concentration of Particulates, Aerosols, Steam, Oil,
Grease and Wax in the exhaust air should not exceed 10 ug/m3 (10 microgram per cubic
meter), collected on a 0.10 micron pore size test membrane.
The capacity and sizing of the Bio-Oxygen equipment is assessed:
[a] on the maximum likely concentration of odours, gases and chemicals.
[b] Particulates, Aerosols, Oil & Was contained in the exhaust gases.
[c] Temperature and Humidity of the exhaust gases
because all these factors are a load over and above the pollutants in the exhaust air.