Site Remediation Equipment

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MicroBlower - Subsurface remediation tool

by Tersus Environmental, LLC     based in Cheyenne, WYOMING (USA)

MicroBlower uses a small, low power vacuum blower to extract or inject gases into the subsurface for characterization or remediation. While similar in design to an active soil vapor extraction (ASVE) blower, the MicroBlower is a low-cost alternative designed to run on renewable sources of energy such as solar and wind energy to treat volatile ...

VECTOR - Catalytic Oxidizers

by Catalytic Products International (CPI)     based in Lake Zurich, ILLINOIS (USA)

The VECTOR line of catalytic oxidizers is designed to treat hydrocarbons, volatile organic compounds (VOC), hazardous air pollutants (HAP), noxious and odorous emissions. No other manufacturer offers you the extensive knowledge - in both oxidizers and catalyst technologies - necessary to achieve the most complete and cost effective elimination of ...

VECTOR-e - Catalytic Oxidizer

by Catalytic Products International (CPI)     based in Lake Zurich, ILLINOIS (USA)

The VECTOR-e line of catalytic oxidizers is based on the success of our VECTOR System with the substation of an electric heating system – rather than a gas combustion system. No other manufacturer offers you the extensive knowledge - in both oxidizers and catalyst technologies - necessary to achieve the most complete and cost effective ...

VECTOR NR - Non-Recuperative Catalytic Oxidizer

by Catalytic Products International (CPI)     based in Lake Zurich, ILLINOIS (USA)

The VECTOR-NR Series catalytic oxidizers are designed to treat hydrocarbons, volatile organic compounds (VOC), hazardous air pollutants (HAP), noxious and odorous emissions. The system is a low cost catalytic oxidizer that does not incorporate a primary heat exchanger. Especially well suited to applications with high inlet temperatures where a ...

EPG - Model OS Series - Oil Water Separators - Remediation Equipment

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

EPG Companies Inc. OS Series Oil Water Separators are designed to produce an effluent concentration of 10 mg/l or less of oil droplets 30 micron and larger of non-emulsified, sheen free, free and dispersed oils. By virtue of the FLOPAK coalescing media, readily settable solids can be removed.

EPG - Model F Series - Remediation Sensors

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

The 'F' Series Level Sensor is a level displacement sensor (float) that moves up and down a guide rod actuating a magnetic reed switch. The sensor has a small diameter PVC outer protective shell and is designed to be vertically suspended. It will float when submerged in water or petroleum products.

CoWaste - Model SW - Remediation Cover

by Full Service Srl     based in Saletto, ITALY

CoWaste SW is easy to apply and guarantees long-term effectiveness. CoWaste SW is a technologically advanced sprayable foam of polymers and recycled fiber that forms a slurry when mixed with water. The slurry can be spray applied to smooth or irregular surfaces, steep slopes or vertical walls. CoWaste SW Foam Cover forms an uniform encapsulating ...

Remediation Control Systems

by Specialty Systems Integrators, Inc.     based in Plymouth, MINNESOTA (USA)

SSI’s automated, remote monitoring, control systems are not only highly effective they also prove to be remarkably economical. Control Panels built by SSI are designed by remediation field experts; engineers and technicians who have direct experience with day to day control panel operation, and who put their knowledge to use in both control ...

CalRes - Model 2109 - Perchlorate/Nitrate Media And Equipment

by Calgon Carbon Corporation     based in Pittsburgh, PENNSYLVANIA (USA)

16x60 Mesh macropourous perchlorate-specific, extended run resin regenerable by the ORNL process

ISEP - Continuous Absorption Ion Exchange Systems For Perchlorate/Nitrate Removal

by Calgon Carbon Corporation     based in Pittsburgh, PENNSYLVANIA (USA)

The ion exchange process is generally more suitable as a well site treatment for N03 removal than reverse osmosis or a combination of the two. Ion exchange requires lower capital cost and annual operating costs, has greater reliability, uses less energy, requires no additional well site storage, has higher water recovery, produces more ...

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