SOLUTIONS IN CASE OF ODOUR
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A) PUMP CHAMBER
In cases of strong, offensive odours, the entire air is suctioned out of the pump chamber. A fan in the adsorber chamber creates a slight negative pressure, thus extracting the entire exhaust air via an activated carbon bed. A filter is put in the pump chamber cover so that bad odour can be reduced even in the event of a power failure. The amount of activated carbon is determined according to the concentsation of H2S and the period of use required.
B) VENTING-AND EXHAUST VALVE CHAMBER
At certain points in a pressure pipe, a venting/exhaust valve might be required (such as: high points). At such points, exhaust air polluted greatly with H2S is blown out in the exhaust process. This exhaust air is cleaned with activated carbon via a filter chamber. The filter chamber can be equipped with a loose bed or with filter cartridges.
C) PRESSURE PIPE END CHAMBER
At the end of pressure pipes H2S is outgassed through the desired turbulence of the waste water, thus reducing the load in the following gravitational sewer. The exhaust air from these chambers is suctioned by a fan through a filter chamber, the purified air thus being discharged into the atmosphere. This filter chamber can also be used for pressure pipe end chambers with a rising incline or other chambers with odour problems.