subsurface water (Aquifers) equipment in Canada

  • Cut-Off Walls

    The traditional liquid slurry trench method is well known for creating hydraulic barriers and has been used for decades to stem the flow of subsurface water and water-borne contamination. In many cases, a backfill material with more structural strength is desired, particularly where subsurface flow rates are high or in earthen dams or dikes where ...

    By AquaBlok, Ltd. Distributor in Edmonton, ALBERTA (CANADA). from Geotechnical Applications Product line

  • Model 5201F1 Series - Soilmoisture G-Block

    G-Blocks are the most cost effective method of tracking your water and subsurface moisture by electronic means. The blocks have been designed to provide the largest resistance range possible at the moist end of use, where sensitive plants need monitoring. The large gypsum content of the block provides months of buffering soil solutions to ensure ...

    By Soilmoisture Equipment Corp. Distributor in Burnaby, BRITISH COLUMBIA (CANADA). from Moisture & Salinity Sensors Product line

  • Supersaturated Water Injection (SWI)

    Supersaturated Water Injection (SWI) is an effective technology for Nonaqueous Phase Liquid (NAPL) recovery. Carbon dioxide (CO2) supersaturated water injected into the subsurface results in the nucleation of CO2 bubbles at and away from the injection point. As the supersaturated liquid flows through the porous medium, gas evolution occurs in situ ...

    By True Blue Technologies, Inc. based in Richmond, BRITISH COLUMBIA (CANADA).

  • Oilwick - Model 2-inch/4-inch - Hydrocarbon Skimmer

    To recover floating hydrocarbons, thicker viscosity and specific gravity must be accommodated. Our OilWick skimmer recovers spilled oil and denser (less than bunker) mixed hydrocarbon cocktails from ground water. Subsurface spill clean-up requires spilled gasoline recovery, spilled diesel recovery, spilled oil recovery from groundwater, and mixed ...

    By Site Remediation Inc. based in London, ONTARIO (CANADA).

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