Industrial Deodorizing System

Industrial Deodorizing System

Porous Alpha based deodorizing system

PA Installation for Odor Control
PA Installation for Odor Control

A new deodorizing system that colonizes with high concentration porous on a foamed glass.

It does not require replacement of the base material for a long period of time and maintains high deodorizing ability.

Product features

7 times more removal capacity than before

PA Installation for Odor Control

Since microorganisms are fixed in porous at a high concentration, the removal capacity is increased up to 7 times.
It is possible to remove bad odors that could not be removed until now.
In addition, since it can be deodorized with a small amount of base material and can be stacked at a high height, the installation area can be reduced to 1/4 to 1/8 compared to general microbial deodorization.

Low operating cost

PA Installation for Odor Control

There is no need to replace the base material for a long period of time, and the electricity bill can be cut by about 50% compared to conventional microbial deodorization, so there is a big difference in running cost compared to other deodorizing methods. Recommended for those who are thinking of reducing the cost of deodorizing equipment.

Product overview

Porous glass deodorization system is a malodor removal device that uses glass foam material.

When malodorous gas such as ammonia or hydrogen sulfide is passed through the glass substrate with innumerable fine pores, the microorganisms that have settled in the pores decompose and deodorize.

Since the operating cost is low, the investment can be recovered in a short period of time.

I want to remove the bad odor that I couldn’t get rid of so far

PA Installation for Odor Control

Porous glass can also be used as a replacement base material for existing biological deodorizing equipment (*). If there is a bad odor that cannot be removed by the conventional deodorizing method, it is possible to greatly improve the ability to remove the bad odor by replacing the base material.

* Biological deodorization such as bark deodorization, ogako deodorization, and soil deodorization.
It may be possible to replace it with an adsorption method such as activated carbon or a filter.

I want to reduce the operating cost of the deodorizing device

PA Installation for Odor Control

By reducing the electricity bill and cutting the base replacement cost, it is possible to significantly reduce the cost compared to the conventional microbial deodorization.