air sparging Equipment

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Air Sparge Systems

by PumpsOK     based in Oklahoma City, OKLAHOMA (USA)

Available are blower packages for in situ air sparging and bio-venting applications. These blower packages are base mounted units that incorporate Rotary Positive Displacement, Rotary Vane, or Regenerative type blowers, depending on the application flow and pressure.

MAE2 - Air Sparge System

by Mid-Atlantic Environmental Equipment, Inc.     based in Bluffton, SOUTH CAROLINA (USA)

Air Sparging involves the injection of air or gases to the subsurface that promote enhanced degradation of contaminations. Sparge systems are designed based on required air flow and anticipated breakthrough pressure. A wide variety of blowers & compressor can be used to achieve various flow and pressure scenarios. Typical industry standards ...

Air Sparging Systems

by Sequoia Environmental Remediation Inc.     based in Calgary, ALBERTA (CANADA)

Sequoia sparge systems are designed to be robust and low maintenance, and come in many standard and custom configurations, suitable for a wide variety of sites. Complete a sparge unit with many options such as custom sound attenuated enclosures or telemetric controls to ensure quiet perfomance and versatility.

Air Sparging Units

by Good Earthkeeping Organization Inc (GEO)     based in Corona, CALIFORNIA (USA)

Air sparging units reduce the concentration of VOCs in contaminated soil and water. G.E.O. Inc. manufactures air sparge units that inject compressed uncontaminated air into the subsurface saturated zone creating turbulence and transferring dissolved contaminates to vaporize. Vaporized air vents through the vadose zone to the nearest vapor ...

EPG - Air Sparging Equipment

by EPG Companies Inc.     based in Maple Grove, MINNESOTA (USA)

Air sparging is often used in conjunction with vapor extraction for in-situ soil remediation. This process involves injecting pressurized air into the water table in order to strip volatile organic compounds (VOCs) by mass transfer. Air bubbles are created that come in contact with dissolved phase contaminants which are then volatilized. The ...

C-SPARGER - Genesis of Ozone Sparging

by Kerfoot Technologies, Inc. (formerly K-V Associates, Inc.)     based in Mashpee, MASSACHUSETTS (USA)

It all started with the belief that ozone, one of nature’s most powerful oxidants, could be deployed as small gaseous bubbles throughout the pores of a contaminated soil matrix to immediately react with and destroy volatile organic contaminants. From that belief, a new remediation method was born.

Air Sparging Systems

by Cornelsen Umwelttechnologie GmbH     based in Essen, GERMANY

Air sparging systems are typically deployed for the injection of air into the contamination groundwater to both oxygenate the groundwater to enhance natural biodegradation and, especially in the case of more volatile organics, to strip the organics from groundwater into the air stream.

Model GPRO - High Pressure - Gas Diffusion System

by Cornelsen Umwelttechnologie GmbH     based in Essen, GERMANY

The groundwater Pressurized Remediation Optimizer (gPRO) High Pressure (HP) system, based on inVentures patented Gas inFusion technology, inFuses higher stabilized concentrations of dissolved gas into water compared to any other technology. For superb bioremediation results, inFusion is accomplished without additives such as hydrogen peroxide, ...

Model GPRO - Low Pressure - Gas Diffusion System

by Cornelsen Umwelttechnologie GmbH     based in Essen, GERMANY

The gPRO Gas Diffusion System from Inventures Technologies employs the same technology and the ISOC . The system can be deployed in a number of application including: Active in situ bio and optimization of ETR systems. Oxygen for aerobic treatment. Oxygen and cometabolic substrates (alkane and alkene gases) for lower chlorinated compounds, ...

Air Sparging

by Remediation Solutions, Inc.     based in Collinsville, OKLAHOMA (USA)

Air sparging utilizes the same principles as packed towers. The principle design being that of an 'air to water ratio'. One major difference is that packed towers pass the water to be treated vertically down a stack utilizing gravity and surface area, created by a packed media to accomplish the proper air to water ratio, while air sparging is a ...

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