Details and Specifications
Enhanced Cell-Max™ utilizes the open-cell, rigid substrate of Cell-Max™ media and is coated with a proprietary formula of nutrients and adsorbents. This helps establish a healthy, thriving ecosystem of fungi and bacterial organisms to treat complex odors, VOCs, and low levels of H2S typically found in municipal wastewater applications.
Bulk Density (Dry): 15.5 lbs/ft3
Typical EBRT: 2040 sec
Face Velocity: 515 fpm
Media Selection and Design Support
To utilize biological organisms and mitigate wastewater odors, it is necessary to understand two basic biochemical processes—autotrophic and heterotrophic, and their opposing requirements and ecosystems.
Autotrophic bacteria consume inorganic compounds as an energy source and receives carbon from carbon dioxide. Heterotrophic biological organisms must obtain both energy and carbon from the organic food they consume. GES Biotek is pleased to offer site-specific media selection and design support to create the ideal green environment for your application.
Enhanced Cell-Max Case Studies
Check out what Enhanced Cell-Max media has done for these installations.
Woodlands Pump Station, Cary, NC
Smoke tests prove that the Woodlands odor control biofilter demonstrated greater than 99.9% hydrogen sulfide removal efficiency.
Eastern Municipal Water District, San Jacinto, CA
Enhanced Cell-Max, Crater-Max®
GES Biotek installed a dual-media ecosystem to properly distribute the foul air and remove all complex odors and VOCs.
Hono'uli'uli WWTP, Honolulu, HI
Three biofilters required outfitting with a complete odor control system, including all media, equipment and accessories.
Rigid, acid-resistant media designed for the treatment of high levels of H2S in Bio-Scrubbers®.
Specifically engineered and processed for chemical resistance, size, and optimum surface area for H2S removal.
A proprietary blend of organic materials for the removal of complex odors and VOCs.
GES 1587 Super Nutrients
Enhance the growth of acidithiobacillus thiooxidans and ferroxidans microorganisms in a biological scrubber ecosystem.