Hydrogen sulfide (H2S) is a hazardous gas that can cause costly corrosion problems in wastewater lines, forced mains and lift stations. Hydrogen sulfide is formed in anaerobic enviroments from sulfate-reducing bacteria (SRB). State’s advanced chemical technology uses a propriety bacterial blend to control and eliminate H2S.
State is proud to offer hands-on service to alleviate H2S problems. By assessing the situation, testing hydrogen sulfide levels with the OdaLog® Gas Logger, treating and monitoring the root cause, State can help diminish H2S complaints and dangerous conditions and prevent future infrastructure corrosion issues.
State treats H2S with Pit Raider™, a unique product containing more than 35 strains of bacteria including purple sulphur bacteria. Purple sulphur bacteria thrive in anaerobic conditions and consume hydrogen sulfide, making it the ideal treatment for H2S in forced mains and lift stations.
The bacteria in Pit Raider reproduce in the line preventing future H2S issues. As the bacteria reproduce, the amount of product needed lessens, saving thousands of dollars over other treatments.
Proprietary blend of over 35 strains of bacterial that thrive in anaerobic conditions to consume and control H2S.