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Reduction Effect of Airborne Pollutants in Pig Building by Air Cleaner Operated with Plasma Ion
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 Title & Authors
Reduction Effect of Airborne Pollutants in Pig Building by Air Cleaner Operated with Plasma Ion
Kim, Yoon-Shin; Kim, Ki-Youn; Cho, Man-Su; Ko, Moon-Suk; Ko, Han-Jong; Jung, Jin-Won; Oh, Mi-Seok; Youn, Baek; Kim, Jung-Ho;
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 Abstract
This field study was performed to evaluate the efficiency of a plasma ion-operated air cleaner in temporal reduction of airborne pollutants emitted from a pig housing facility. In the case of gaseous pollutants, the plasma ion air cleaner was not effective in reducing levels of ammonia, hydrogen sulfide, nitrogen dioxide, or sulfur dioxide (p>0.05). In the case of particulate pollutants, however, the air cleaner was effective in reducing levels of particulate matter ( and ) by 79() and 78()%, respectively. Unlike the case of these fine particle fractions, the reduction of total suspended particles (TSP) and following treatment was almost negligible. In the case of biological pollutants, the mean reduction efficiencies for airborne bacteria and fungi were relatively low at 22() and 25()%, respectively. Taken together, these results indicate that in terms of air pollutants released from this pig housing facility, the plasma ion air cleaner was primarily effective in reducing levels of and .
 Keywords
air cleaner;plasma ion;pig housing facility;gaseous pollutant;particulate pollutant;biological pollutants;
 Language
Korean
 Cited by
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Nano Plasma ion (NPi)에 의한 미생물 제어,강현철;윤한성;성봉조;이성화;이장우;서용배;이명숙;

생명과학회지, 2011. vol.21. 12, pp.1710-1715 crossref(new window)
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