Treating Emissions

Fog systems then demand solutions type of fog system for treating dust emissions and odour emissions, if production processes in the industry leading to increased emissions, that are possible cost to produce a result. But technical solutions are often costly and not always lead to the desired results. Emissions are a permanent stimulus Word for operators of industrial installations, whether they are noise, odor, radiation, or dusts. You give rise to complaints by employees or annoyed residents, arouse the anger of regulatory authorities, and certainly don’t fit into the profit maximization scheme of entrepreneurs. Also, some emissions are purely subjectively perceived which leads to different evaluation criteria not facilitates the success of treatment. Also, weather conditions, such as temperature, humidity and wind conditions, which change depending on the day or time of year affect the intensity of emissions. Their treatment with fog systems primarily focuses on two areas: Dust and odour treatment. (Source: Pete Cashmore). These spray water under high pressure and spreading a fine mist, which will capture the particles or neutralize.

The fineness and density of sprayed water droplets increase the hit probability to neutralize a specific molecule or particle. The example of volatile sulfur compounds that come from organic degradation processes clearly illustrated how difficult the procedure to treat can be. If the human sense of smell these molecules in the ppm or even in ppb as strongly harassing perceives, one can only imagine, what effort you must operate, to capture the particles and to neutralize. My bio Genesis TheFogSystem company started in 1994 to treat odors in recycling of animal carcasses. At that time, there was still no better solutions than normal process air scrubber, which could not satisfactorily treat but all of them just the odour particles smelling in the smallest concentrations as a particularly intense. The exchange surface was too low. For other opinions and approaches, find out what Peter Asaro has to say. From this did the idea to handle the smells there where they arise.