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VENTLIT industrial series

The industrial series VENTLIT is designed for odor removal from air exhaust systems in public utilities and production facilities.

The odor removal technology in VENTLIT systems is based on photoinduced oxidation and catalytic sorption processes. The exhaust air is exposed to UV-light at wavelengths of 185 and 254 nm, which leads to the formation of active oxidants such as O, OH˙, O3 and others. The odor molecules are firstly oxidized in a photoreactor, thereafter, the air passes through a catalytic sorption stage, where remaining odor molecules are absorbed and completely oxidized at a slower pace by active gas-phase oxidants. These sequential oxidation processes ensure a high degree of the air purification for many pollutants such as hydrogen sulfide, mercaptans, ammonia and VOCs

Air cleaning process by photoinduced oxidation and catalytic sorption

Depending on odor composition and its concentration, the VENTLIT systems use one- or two-stage treatment process

The industrial series VENTLIT is available in several configurations with unit capacities of 2000 m3/hr, 3000 m3/hr, 4000 m3/hr, 5000 m3/hr, 8000 m3/hr and 12000 m3/hr for both one- and two-stage treatment processes.

All VENTLIT equipment is a container unit with its own fan. The equipment operates in automatic mode with remote control. VENTLIT systems could be installed outdoor at a very wide temperature range (from -45 to +45 °C).

The VENTLIT system is low-noise equipment. Thus, it can be used in dense populated residential areas.

The VENTLIT systems can be equipped with:

  • additional pretreatment systems upon customer’s request depending on operating conditions: dust, aerosol and humidity level, etc.
  • automatic control and dose pacing system depending on air flow and odor load.

All internal surfaces and components of a system are made of special stainless steel, Teflon and other corrosion-resistant materials.

The equipment is selected in close cooperation with the end-user, to map out carefully all relevant project design requirements. All air pollution measurements can be carried out on site when required.