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WOOD CHIPS FOR BIOFILTER

Ref. P15250

Filling for biofilter based of calibrated pine splinter.

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Filling biofilters sliver treated plant derived from different types of pine. This material undergoes a process of screening and calibration. This process cleans the impurities of the material, separating the branches and other improper that can be found.

CHARACTERISTICS:
Sliver pine Burés Professional used for filling biofilters. Wood is a material of high quality, efficiency and long life between 3 and 5 years.

The fragment is selected and packaged to ensure the best properties as a filling for biofilters. It goes through a process of chipping and a comprehensive screening to ensure adequate and homogeneous particle size. This process ensures adequate strength while gases and odors correct adsorption.

Sliver pine is a very porous material, which provides a good surface to create the biofilm. The pore space facilitates the adsorption of molecules odorífiques reducing the air retention time.

Pine bark is a material that has a very long life, with slow degradation and a low rate of compaction.

RESIDUAL BIOFILTER USED:
Having exhausted the life of biofilters, we deal with the management of organic or inorganic moieties.
We are distributors in Spain, Portugal, France, Germany, Italy, Bulgaria, Tunisia, ...

Technical specifications
Year: 2.000
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