7 times the removal capacity of conventional biological deodorization
Biological Deodorization System
We use new technology to significantly reduce highly concentrated foul odors from livestock manure and industrial waste treatment facilities.
Microorganisms are fixed at high concentration, to remove foul odors that cannot easily be removed.
Performance, cost, and installation area are common issues in conventional deodorization technology.
Miraie’s porous glass deodorizer is capable of solving all of these problems.
When foul odor gases such as ammonia or hydrogen sulfide are passed through porous glass material (which has countless fine holes), microorganisms fixed in the fine holes decompose the foul odor gases, removing foul odors.
They can also be used to replace equipment in existing facilities.
Odor-decomposing bacteria quickly decompose odors
Odor generated from facilities is sent to the deodorizing tank with blowers.
Porous glass material is deposited in the deodorizing tank, and microorganisms fixed on this material decomposes the foul odor, then releases the deodorized air.
Glass foams must be watered in order to maintain activity of microorganisms, but this is a water circulation system, so costs are low, and chemicals are not needed.
Also, porous glass does not deteriorate easily, so it does not need to be replaced for a long time.
|Typical Biological Deodorization||Miraie|
|Deodorization Time||120 seconds||30 seconds|
|Max Load (ammonia equivalent)||4000ppm||3,000ppm|
|Base Replacement Frequency||6 months||10 years|
Can even handle these foul odors
Effective for deodorization of organic substances (plant and animal odors). Microorganisms decompose and deodorize foul smelling gases, such as ammonia and hydrogen sulfide.
|Pig Manure||Pig Farming Shipments 4,000 – 600,000 head/year|
|Chicken Manure||Egg Laying Chicken Farming|
|Beef Cattle Manure||Fertilizer Company/Overseas|
|Dairy Cattle Manure||Dairy|
|Pulp||Paper Making Company|
|Sludge, Garbage, Food Scraps||Industrial Waste Disposal|
|Wood, Food Scraps||Industrial Waste Disposal|
|Sludge||Industrial Waste Disposal|
|Food Scraps||Industrial Waste Disposal|
|Food Scraps||Trading Company|
Pig Farm: 94% of foul odor removed from compost equipment (Pig farm quadruples capacity of deodorizing equipment) (Introduced to: Hokkaido Prefecture)￼
Deodorization at the sludge compost center managed to remove 7 times more foul odor compared to conventional methods (Introduced to: A large sludge composting facility)￼
Improving deodorization at a food recycling facility: Capacity improved by 4.8 times (Introduced to: Composting facility with wine dregs, etc.)
Operating costs of deodorization equipment were reduced by more than ¥10,000,000 (Introduced to: A sludge composting facility)