Odour Control Unit

Honeycomb chemical filter based odour control system (ranging from 500 CFM to 2000 CFM)

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Easily Replaceable Media Filter

Easily Replaceable Media Filter

Energy Efficient in SS Construction

Energy Efficient in SS Construction

Maintains Indoor Air Quality

Maintains Indoor Air Quality

Self-Contained Unit

Self-Contained Unit

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Our wide network of trained Airgineers® are known for their prompt and reliable services. By providing regular maintenance for the machine, they also ensure the regular and timely replacement of media, crucial for preventive maintenance. For any media replacement related query, write to us at: gpfmedia@pahwa.com

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Frequently Asked Questions

Bry-Air Odour Control Unit removes particulate pollutants along with effectively and efficiently scrub gaseous pollutants which cause odour and indoor air quality problems.

Standard variants of the Bry-Air Odour Control Unit are available in 850-3400 CMH (500-2000 CFM).

BRYSORB™ chemical media demonstrates high efficiency in removing various contaminants, including odors and volatile organic compounds (VOCs). Its effectiveness depends on the specific impregnant and the concentration of contaminants. BRYSORB™ is designed for efficient adsorption and neutralization, contributing to improved indoor air quality and contaminant removal. Specific efficiency data can be obtained from Bry-Air or through testing tailored to your application.

The installation requirements for the Bry-Air Odour Control Unit are the following:

1. Location: Choose a suitable location for the unit, considering the source of odours and the airflow patterns within the space.

2. Ventilation: Ensure proper ventilation to allow the unit to effectively draw in and treat odorous air.

3. Electrical Connection: Provide electrical connections compatible with the unit’s power requirements.

4. Ductwork: Connect the unit to the existing ductwork or ventilation system using appropriate connections and seals.

5. Exhaust: Determine the location for exhaust air discharge, which should comply with local regulations.

6. Controls: Install control panels and interface with the unit for monitoring and adjustment.

7. Maintenance Access: Ensure easy access for maintenance and filter replacement.

8. Compliance: Comply with local regulations, codes, and safety standards for installation.

It is advisable to consult the specific installation guidelines provided by Bry-Air for the Odour Control Unit model to install to ensure proper setup and optimal performance.

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