A poly-air activated carbon vent filter has the ability to remove substances in the air, such as hydrogen sulphide, when they leave the sewer pipe and travel up through the soil vent pipes. When the filter is in place it will essentially get rid of the bad smells given off.
If a building has some sort of toilet or place to wash your hands, then it will let out wastewater through pipes that are most probably located beneath the floor. There is often a problem with bad odour from the pipework that gets rid of wastewater through this system, whether it’s from something like a sink, septic tank or sewage treatment plant. This smell can be unpleasant, which is why you would look to use a poly-air activated carbon vent filter.
Every single sewer pipe network or septic tank onion should ensure that vent pipes are in place so that pressure can equalise as the wastewater flows from the toilet or basin to an alternate source. If there are no vent pipes in use, it means that flow is compromised. The flow of bad odour is directed outside and can be directed back towards your property and that’s where the solution of the carbon vent filter is ideal. Furthermore, it is purposely built to fit onto common 110mm vent pipes.
If the need for different vent pipes is needed, then the poly-air activated carbon vent filter is equipped to fit standard pipe fittings and reducers.
Benefits of the Marsh carbon vent filter:
- It is a perfect fit for most common vent pipes.
- It is very easy to install.
- It is easy to replace the activated carbon.
- Cost effective.
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