- Aeration Air Flow Control
- Alarm Monitoring and Auto Dialer
- Chemical Dosing System (Liquid)
- Chemical Storage + Transfer
- Chlorination/Dechlorination System
- Dry Polymer
- Fixed Gas Detection and Control
- Flow Measurement
- FRP Shelters
- Gas & Flame Detection
- Gas Feed System
- Iris Valve
- Odor Control Monitor
- Odor Control Valve
- Polymer Makeup
- Portable Gas Detection
- Remote Data Management
- Water & Wastewater Process Monitors and Sensors
- Water Filteration
Odor Control System
The unit contains check valves that allow for fresh air intake directly in the lines or tank without any restrictions from the unit’s media bed. Optional caps may be provided if the fresh air intake is not required.
The unit fits beautifully into residential as well as commercial locations. Each vent has louvered covers to allow for the maximum airflow of deodorized air. Every vent is equipped with lockable latches to prevent tampering. It is available with a 4”, 6”, or 8” outlet. Optional metric flanges are available.
Odor Control Valve is designed to allow for ventilation and odor control at lift stations, wet wells, vaults containing ARV’s and forced mains flowing into gravity fed lines. The valve is constructed from aluminum, and is epoxy coated for protection from the harsh outside environment.
Each valve contains (9) 50lb canisters of media to allow for odor scrubbing where concentrations of H2S gas and accompanying CFM are both very high. Two mist eliminator pads are incorporated into the unit in order to prevent moisture from entering into the media bed.
Our media is engineered in pellet form to allow for excellent airflow through the media bed. Pellets use a chemisorption process that change the molecules in the H2S gas into a non-toxic, odor free compound. It is non-toxic, landfill disposable, and UL rated. Wager’s media has a removal capacity of 47% by weight. It has an efficiency rating of 99.5 % in initial removal. A complementary lab analysis of the media is offered after a 12 month period to help determine the remaining life of the media. Feedback from our lab will greatly assist in determining the proper PM maintenance program for each vent site.