Odour problems are common in certain industries; waste transfer stations, energy from waste, biodegradable waste, MRF’s, RDF’s, SRF’s, food recycling to name a few.
Foul odour emissions are a concern for companies involved in recycling or waste processing as well as many other industrial processes. Ensuring odours do not impact local communities is a key issue. Cleaning, filtration and chemical dosing cannot control the source of the odours whilst masking fragrances can be more unpleasant than the original problem. Attempting to mask these odours will simply not work and can make the environment much more unpleasant with the combination of bacteria waste odours, rotting matter and fragrances.
Dax Airscience have a range of products suitable for high odour environments that allows for odour control in the very largest enclosed spaces. Not only do we guarantee to resolve odour complaints but we can also clear harmful bio aerosols improving the environment for all.
We utilise technology which is scientifically proven to break down odour both in the air and at source meaning it will always work. Independent tests showed an average of 78% odour reduction inside the containment building which translates to no perceivable offensive external odours.
“Reducing the number of pathogenic bacteria is a major goal for maintaining our integrity as a top performing food supplier. The Dax technology is able to reach and kill bacteria continuously not only on the surface of the meat but also in areas where traditional disinfection is not possible due to food proximity, such as chillers and delivery vehicles. During our trial, we saw a significant and continued bacteria reduction from slaughter to delivery. I strongly believe that this is a very significant new technology for food safety when it is used properly in the right areas and it can only increase shelf life and customer safety.”
“Because AIRsteril works 24 hours a day it is constantly killing both airborne and surface bacteria without any requirement for breaks in production. Due to the massive reductions in the TVC we were able to scale back the swab testing with confidence which also saved money”
Production Manager, Gary Luff
“With AIRsteril we have proven that science can provide us with a ‘belt and braces’ approach in addition to our existing best available techniques. Since installing AIRsteril, our bacteria TVC test results are now consistently excellent and we are committed to keeping it that way”
“We decided to install AIRsteril in our production and chill areas. We have been very impressed with the results. Since installation, our bacteria TVC test results are at an all-time low and because of this, we have recently obtained official EU approval to supply beef patties intended to be less than thoroughly cooked”
Technical Manager, Jack Grin
"The UK banking centre at Canary Wharf is populated with modern skyscrapers featuring the latest in office building technology. The Credit Suisse UK HeadQuarters allows staff to make the most of windows which has meant that the main building services are sited in the middle of the building. As such with long air ducting, their luxury washrooms struggle to maintain air quality and a clean, fresh smelling work place.
They have installed AIRsteril for odour and infection control in their washrooms. Convinced that the bacteria and viruses that cause infections are killed by AIRsteril, the new offices will feature MF units to ensure staff absenteeism is kept to a minimum."
"On a Test Match day at Lord's there are 25,000 people, mostly males, spending all day watching cricket and drinking. With several visits per person during the day the gents toilets can have up to a 10,000 footfall a day. The staff have had difficulty in clearing the resulting odours. The stainless steel trough urinals in some of the washrooms create added problems.
Just in time for a major Test Match, AIRsteril WRX trial units were installed in two of the major washrooms. After just a few hours, the units had managed to get on top of the smell, then controlled the odours throughout the 5 day match. The facilities staff are very pleased and plan to increase the number of installations before the start of the next cricket season."