Odour Suppression with a Dry Vapour Unit

Although constant automated monitoring of external conditions is carried out, there has been a development in this field with regard to odour suppression.

Previously water was pumped at pressure to form an atomised mist to capture odours relative to gas facilities. A new system has been developed and used on site which eliminates the need for water.

The kit uses a ‘dry vapour unit’ to pump a product through a perforated pipe around the source of the odour creating a dry vapour to eliminate airborne smells.

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Monitor Report. Erith Contractors Ltd. Manchester. September 2020.


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