Ozone and negative oxygen ions are used to clean strongly smelling industrial exhaust. Ozone and negative oxygen ions are produced in the Plasma Odor Control device and then are extracted directly into an exhaust duct by the exhaust ventilation system. Substances containing odors are oxidized.
A purification system for strongly smelling exhaust from the food services industry
Reliably eliminates odor-carrying substances
Easy wall installation near the exhaust duct; easy to retrofit existing exhaust systems with this system
A particularly space-saving, lightweight, and compact system
No harm to the environment; no NOX production
Can be combined with activated carbon filters or other systems using catalytic converters
Certification: CE marked, tested according to EN 13725: 2003
Grease separator rooms
Spaces for sorting or storing waste
Improves air quality at the exhaust duct outlet
Low investment, operating, and energy costs
Flexible application, numerous possibilities for use
Very low maintenance costs
HOW IT WORKS
When using the ozone method to purify exhaust, ozone is extracted directly into the exhaust duct by the exhaust system’s fan. Here, the ozone combines with odors contained in the exhaust; odor-carrying substances are oxidized. The residues (CO2 and steam) are transported with the exhaust airflow, and the remaining ozone changes back into oxygen.
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5-A circuit breaker required; built-in pressure switch; safety power switch
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