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Corrosion of electronics in industrial environments is a critical and growing problem. In fact, with recent changes in the manner in which these electronics are being manufactured, the problems associated with corrosion are manifested faster than ever before. It is critical that the environment surrounding these electronics is free from corrosive gases such as Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S), Sulfur Dioxide (SO2), Chlorine (CL2) and many others. Aerisa ionization systems are designed to remove these harmful contaminants inside the spaces that house the electronic components. Application areas include:

    • Control Rooms
    • Rack Rooms
    • Motor Control Centers
    • Laboratories
    • Switch Gear Rooms
    • UPS Battery Storage
    • Stand Alone Electronic Cabinets
    • Offices
    • Meeting Rooms
    • Cafeterias
    • Wastewater spaces

Please contact your Aerisa Representative with any questions about your specific application.

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Spencer Carpenter
“When you pull up to the lift station, you used to smell the H2S odor immediately, at the gate. Now we can open the hatch and barely smell it.”
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