Fibreglass Explained. Answers to frequently asked questions about fibreglass. What resins are reinforcements are used? Why use contact moulded products? What standards are applicable? What is the strength of fibreglass? And more...
Fibreglass pipes are considered to be 'flexible' pipes. They are designed to deform or deflect diametrically within specified limits without structural damage. The degree of side support provided by the backfill used is a major determinant of the pipe stiffness required.
Tellerette® Tower Packing is the first choice for many new absorption and scrubber applications and is an ideal replacement for existing extended surface packing, especially where greater throughput and/or efficiency is desired.
As with any air pollution or odour control project, the four key steps that must be successfully undertaken are: collection, transfer, elimination and final dispersion. In New Zealand these steps must be considered in line with the ‘Air Discharge Consent’ for the site.
There are many considerations in deciding whether a biological scrubber is right for your application, and the successful implementation of that vision. The key design considerations to begin the journey include...
Biological Scrubbers, also known as bio-trickling filters (BTFs) are fast becoming the green technology of choice for many H2S odour removal applications at wastewater treatment plants and other applications. They efficiently remove objectionable sewage H2S, VOCs and other odours from air streams using controlled biological activity.
Biological Scrubbers (also called Bio-Trickling Filters) treat gaseous contaminants in an airstream by passing it through a bed of microorganisms that feed on the gaseous molecules, consuming the H2S and other compounds as food removing them from the airstream.