Ozone Based Odor Removal and Control Systems

Odor Control Overview

The control of odors is important for residential areas built near industrial and sewage plants. People are increasingly confronting and filing suit against local government and business over odor related issues. Odor control is becoming an important factor for every environmental officer and production manager. For more detailed information click on the following link to our page on Sewage and Wastewater Odor Control.

While odor control and removal are important, solving odor control problems is difficult. The human olfactory system can detect many thousands of scents based on only very minute airborne concentrations of chemicals. As a result, odor is one of the most difficult things to measure. Odors in air can be caused by a combination of substances, each with a different odor threshold. It is nearly impossible to have an on-line analyzer or measuring system which can quantify and differentiate among these components.

Spartan and its partner Ozono Elettronica Internazionale (OEI) offer the DESOZONE system for the control, removal and neutralization of foul odors. It is a complete packaged solution for odor control and removal including an ozone generator and scrubbing system using ozone and other chemicals to treat a wide range of odors.

Clicking on the highlighted product name will take you to the DESOZONE page where you can learn how DESOZONE can solve your odor control, removal or neutralization challenge. Below you will find applications for odor control and some important odor causing compounds.

DESOZONE Ozone Generator Based Odor Control System: Ibiza, Spain

Municipal Waste Treatment

Aeration Basins
Holding Tanks
Dewatering Facilities
Clarifiers Sludge Dryers
Municipal Solid Waste
Compost Facilities
Anaerobic Digesters
Lift Stations
Headworks
Sewage Treatment Plants
Municipal Wastewater Plants (WWTP)

Industrial Odor Control

Chemical Processing
Pharmaceutical Fermentations
Coating Processes
Storage Tanks
Fish & Poultry Processing
Pulp & Paper Manufacturing
Compost Facilities
Food Processing
Animal Rendering Plants
Paint Stripping
Breweries

Odor Causing Compounds

Odors found in these applications include: Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S), Alcohols, Ketones, Aldehydes, Acetic Acid, Creosols, Dimethydisulfide, Ammonia, Amines, Chlorine, Phenols, Acrylates, Mercaptans, Carboxylic Acids, Dimethylsulfide, Sketoles, Sulfur Dioxide (SO2) and Butyric Acid.