"Odor Scrubber Monitoring" Article is featured in IPP&T Magazine's February Issue
Fixed Gas & Flame Detection
With increased concern for clean air, many wastewater treatment plants are adding scrubber systems at their facilities to help control odor emissions from Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S).
About the Article: There are three basic designs for scrubber systems: wet scrubbers, dry scrubbers and biological scrubbers. All claim to remove 99.9% of the H2S in the air being processed.
There are several worthy manufacturers of Odor Scrubber Systems used in the wastewater industry. This article discusses the three basic designs and provides insight into which scrubber package can best meet your facilities requirements.
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About IPP&T: IPP&T -Industrial Process Products & Technology - is Canada's progressive magazine for processors. Published six times per year, IPP&T addresses the process products and technology information needs of more than 23,000 process engineers, managers, consultants, purchasing agents and R&D personnel.
"Odor Scrubber Monitoring" was written by Frank Limbacher, MSA Municipal Market Sales Manager and Allan Roczko, MSA Product Group Manager, Fixed Gas and Flame Detection.