HYDROC is excellent for the control of odours in
wastewater and sludge situations. It has the ability
to separate or break the bond of the hydrogen and
sulphide chemistries; therefore they are unable
to interact to form a Hydrogen sulphide gas or Sulphuric
Both are highly dangerous and corrosive
HYDROC attacks the source of the problem rather
than a masking agent or a band-aid solution, i.e.
softens the hydrocarbons or reduces the fats and
grease solids and their ability to congeal and
adhere to the walls of the waste water pipes.
HYDROC allows better access to the food source
for the bacteria, thus an improved or enhanced
biodegradability factor in a shorter time frame.
HYDROC assists to allow an improved flow of effluent
wastewater etc. Reduces the fat occlusions and
improves the sewer conditions.
regard to odours I will remind you that this is
a very complicated subject. Odours are caused (or
we are sensitive to them) because of ash particles,
fatty globules, gases, solvents, proteins; caustics,
pheromones and fragrances which may be a combination
of all of these.
Some odours are effected by oxidisers, sunlight,
chemical reactions in the air, in our blood, in
our sensory receptors, etc, etc.
Therefore basically HYDROC reduces the odours by
attaching to light aromatics, gases and attached
flavanoids or constituent odour causing substances.
HYDROC does not actually fracture odour-causing
substances but only attaches to the aromatic side
of these substances and prevents their free dispersion
in the air.
HYDROC can only prevent odour travel.
HYDROC does not change the constituents of the odour.
This can be simply proven by mixing garlic and a
smelly cheese in the palm of your hand. Then spray
on full strength Hydroc, carefully saturating the
odour causing food. Notice the dramatic difference.
This effect may last for weeks while beneficial
biodegradation continues unabated.