Fan Assisted Filters
Remove 99.5% of contaminants and odour causing emissions
Fan assisted filters are suited to use on pump station vents, rising main manholes and air valves. They come in a range of sizes to suit your infrastructure. They are especially effective at lowering odour levels at peak hours of the day.
Many Australian councils trust this proven technology for reliable odour control. Benefit from OdourPro's 25+ years of experience to find the best odour management strategy for your site.
Uses and applications
- Used on pump station vents, rising main manholes and air valves
- Available in a range of sizes
- Removes up to 99.5% of odours
- Processes a range of different organic contaminants
- Low cost per unit
- Designed for wastewater conditions
- Easy carbon drum replacement
Benefits of OdourPro fan assisted filters
- Up to 99.5% odour removal for fewer resident complaints
- Breaks down a range of organic hazardous contaminates
- Treatment is continuous despite different flow rates and concentrations
- Simple installation and operation to get started quickly
- Low cost per unit makes fan assisted filters an economical choice
- Easy drum replacement when carbon has reached the end of its lifespan
- Designed for the harsh conditions of wastewater treatment plants
How it works
OdourPro's fan assisted filters use pellets made of high performance activated carbon specially formulated to encourage H₂S adsorption. This media also reduces dimethyl sulphide levels, mercaptans and Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs).
Benefits to clients
Fan assisted filters offer a reliable, proven system to remove 99.5% of odorous gases. Their modular construction makes for convenient and quick set up. A relatively compact size ensures the minimum aesthetic impact on sites where residents are concerned about view obstruction.
Fan assisted filters require low levels of maintenance, saving you money. With OdourPro's expert advice you will have peace of mind that your odour problems are being completely managed.
- Customised Systems
OdourPro's fan assisted filters are a single-stage treatment method for hazardous gases that make use of carbon adsorption technology. They work by extracting noxious gases from source matter using an extraction (blower) fan which then sends the gases through the filter media.
They are first collected in the filter's lower plenum, then are adsorbed by the media in the filter bed. The activated carbon media is chemically pre-treated to allow for 99.5% of hazardous gas removal.
The filter vessel, fan and control panel of a fan assisted filter are all mounted on a galvanised skid arrangement for easy transportation and installation. The vessel is made from P300 High-Density Polyethylene (HDPE). This material contains resins that are UV resistant, making them suitable for all environmental conditions with a long expected lifespan.
DVS technical codes are followed during construction and jointing is butt and extrusion welded. 3 phase power is required for the electrical control panel. The system offers manual switch operation as well as indicator lights to clearly show operational status.
The media in fan assisted filters is a particular activated carbon, sourced from sustainable raw materials. With a high activation level, this carbon is specifically suited to adsorption of contaminants in untreated gases, in low to medium concentrations.
Optional upgrades for fan assisted filters include a PLC option for the standby fan, the use of stainless steel fans, the installation of a duct noise attenuator plus a vandal-proof security structure.
We can provide a full installation service for our odour control products, for quick and easy operation of the equipment, meaning a faster reduction of odours.
Monitoring and Telemetry
We can monitor your dosing unit's performance and fine tune your system to maintain optimal dosing levels. Telemetry allows easy access to this collected data.
Maintenance and Refurbishment
We can provide ongoing support to our clients in the form of regular preventative maintenance visits. We can also refurbish and test existing systems.