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What harmful gases are mainly produced by meat processing plants

With the rapid development of the meat industry, the pollutants produced in the production process have gradually increased. In order to reduce the impact on the environment during the meat slaughtering and processing process, its pollutants must be treated to achieve a harmonious unity between development and the environment.

The stench of the meat slaughter and processing process mainly comes from the slaughter and processing workshop, the slaughter circle and the sewage treatment station. The main malodorous gases are ammonia and hydrogen sulfide. The concentration of malodorous gas NH3 in the slaughter workshop and the slaughter enclosure is 15-30mg/m3, and the concentration of H2S is 110-810mg/m3

Ammonia and hydrogen sulfide are toxic and smelly. Long-term exposure to foul odor pollution will affect the lives of residents, reduce work efficiency, and cause nausea, vomiting, and even induce certain diseases in severe cases. Internationally, the odor intensity is usually divided into 6 levels according to the standard of smell. The malodorous gas in the slaughter workshop and the slaughter circle has an odor intensity of 4 to 5, which is an unbearable strong odor.

The deodorizing catalyst produced by Hunan Minstrong Technology Co., Ltd. effectively catalysts ammonia and hydrogen sulfide to prevent poisoning accidents due to excessive gas concentration and ensure a safe working environment for operators.



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