Wastewater treatment plants are used for collecting and separating all wastewater from industrial or domestic waste. In these plants, all liquid wastes come together and produce highly toxic chemical smelling gases and pollutant dusts. In such processes, Odor and Dust filtration systems are required to keep harmful odors and gases in the pool and to remove these gases from the various gases. Depending on the process condition, it is generally wet but can be used in dry type systems. In addition, it is seen that the toxic odorous gases that are scattered to the environment during the processes such as the separation of waste water. These odorous gases are kept and destroyed by chemical or biological deodorization units. Filtration of these fragrant chemical components and removal of contaminated pollutants vary considerably from other processes. Because of the presence of one or more dust and odor pollutants in the environment, it is possible to get rid of dust and odors with sequential multiple filtration systems. Filter systems with standard equipment used in industry are not suitable for these applications and filtration systems such as Chemical and Biological Filtration, Activated Carbon and Jet Filter applications are used.

In the filtration systems used in Wastewater Treatment Plants, protective measures are taken against the pollutants containing these toxic fumes. In some situations, such as sulfur accumulation and methane gas formation, there are systems that include safety and control mechanisms against the risks of exacerbation and explosion. At this point, ensuring the safety of the plant and its employees is the most important issue. The safety and security of the filtration systems are ensured by the exproof equipment and gas detectors used. With an efficiency of up to 99%, fragrant gases and dusts are removed from the air stream. Cleaned air is directed to the atmosphere or selected location.

Waste Water Treatment Plants There are alternative options for filtration applications and we can help you to determine the most suitable solution.