Why forced evaporation systems?
OdorCure evaporators manage water in industrial environments, producing water evaporation rates beyond traditional approaches. In addition our systems are modular and can be tailored to your exact needs or requirements.
Why mechanical evaporation?
OdorCure offers the installation of pumping equipment and pipelines, the design and installation of automated dosing stations and the supply of chemicals.
We have many years of experience from our involvement in the treatment of landfill leachate for several Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Councils landfill sites.
What is Bioremediation?
The use of living organisms like bacteria or plants to remove or neutralise contaminants, pollutants and toxins from soil, water and other environments.
There are 2 types of bioremediation:
Air 1-4 Aeration System
We offer treatment of contaminated water with products specially formulated for the degradation of almost any kind of organic contaminant.
Using the super-efficient, affordable and safe, Air 1-4 Aeration System, we can circulate up to 8,190 GPM. In a typical pond with 8 foot depths, an Air 1-4 can aerate approximately 2 acres depending on dissolved oxygen demand and other factors.
With no electricity in the water, Mega-Lab’s aeration systems are safe for any type of water system. Our self-cleaning Airstation 1-4 diffuser allows for years of high performance, reliability and low maintenance.
OdorCure has established itself as one of the preferred service providers to clients such as Johannesburg Water for the bioremediation of contaminated water sources.
How does it work?
A piston compressor, housed in a rustproof outdoor cabinet, feeds a bottom mounted Airstation 1-4 diffuser utilising Mega-Lab’s Micron Bubble Technology. As bubble size decreases, oxygen transfer rates increase dramatically. The rising force of millions of bubbles circulates the entire water column, moving bottom water up to the surface thus allowing vital oxygen to be absorbed. Oxygen levels are increased and kept constant throughout the entire system.