The H2S reducer from VTA forms the basis for efficient and reliable odour prevention in sewer systems.
Hydrogen sulphide (H2S) is colourless, highly toxic, highly flammable and has a characteristic pungent stench of rotten eggs. It occurs when anaerobic conditions prevail in wastewater, for example in pressure lines. H2S assaults not only the olfactory nerves, but also the infrastructure through corrosion.
VTA system products for combating digester gas, such as the ‘odour killers’ Calcoferrit and Dolomin, do not allow H2S to develop in the first place. This means they reliably prevent foul odours and corrosion damage.
Odour can be controlled particularly economically by using state-of-the-art measurement, control and regulation technology in the form of the VTA H2S sensor. This user-friendly method allows the development of H2S to be monitored and assessed online from the comfort of your office.