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    QED - Snap Sampler

    This dedicated, in-well equipment is deployed at the desired position in the screen interval with up to six Snap Samplers and six individual sampling bottles. The design allows for the collection of groundwater samples which are in dynamic equilibrium with the aquifer through a simple, no purge/passive technique.Advantages:No-Pump, No-Pour ...

    By QED Environmental Systems Ltd. based in Coventry, UNITED KINGDOM.

  • Energy Optimised Coaxial Probes

    Energy optimised coaxial probes and U-probes made from stainless steel (memory probes) for heat pump systems. Stainless steel coaxial probes as well as U-probes, both with interior mounted turbulent flow mechanism, are an innovative solution to provide - abstraction capacities - from the first aquifer for heat pumps. Metal coaxial probes react ...

    By PS Pumpen Strebe based in Wusterhusen, GERMANY.

  • Stainless Steel Coaxial Probes

    Energy optimised coaxial probes and U-probes made from stainless steel (memory probes) for heat pump systems. Stainless steel coaxial probes as well as U-probes, both with interior mounted turbulent flow mechanism, are an innovative solution to provide - abstraction capacities - from the first aquifer for heat pumps. Metal coaxial probes react ...

    By PS Pumpen Strebe based in Wusterhusen, GERMANY.

  • Combination of In Situ Thermal Desoption or Electrical Resistance Heating and Steam Enhanced Extraction

    Combining In Situ Thermal Remediation technologies provides an optimal solution for many sites. Steam Enhanced Extraction (SEE) may be combined with either Electrical Resistance Heating (ERH), or with In Situ Thermal Desorption (ISTD). Together these combinations comprise a glove-fit design for sites with complex geologies (e.g., silty clay ...

    By TerraTherm - a Cascade Company based in Gardner, MASSACHUSETTS (USA).

  • N-Blend/DBB

    Denitrification-based bioremediation (DBB) is a unique approach to bioremediation that uses nitrates as both electron acceptors and sources of nutrient nitrogen to promote anaerobic biodegradation and oxidation processes in soils, aquifer media and ground water contaminated with gasoline, diesel fuel, home-heating oil and other relatively low ...

    By Geovation Engineering, P.C. based in Florida, NEW YORK (USA).

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