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Archaea Bacteria (Biological Water Treatment) equipment

  • VIT Methanogenic Bacteria - Fast Identification & Quantification of Methanogenic Bacteria Directly in Sample Material

    Our testkit VIT Methanogenic bacteria enables the identification of living methanogenic Archaea (or: methanogenic bacteria) in samples of the anaerobic sludge treatment, biogas reactors and pellet sludges. Methanogenic Archaea are identified unequivocally directly in the sample material. Additionally, a quantitative evaluation in comparison to the ...

    By Vermicon AG based in Munich, GERMANY. from Wastewater Product line

  • PHOSter Advanced - Soil And Groundwater Remediation Process

    PHOSter is a soil and groundwater remediation process through bio-enhancement. It uses low-volume air sparge and chemical addition to maintain optimum aquifier conditions for native bacteria/archaea reduction/conversion of contaminants. PHOSter was developed in 1995 by the Department of Energy for reduction of trichloroethylene (TCE) in the ...

    By Smith Monitoring & Maintenance Engineering, Inc. (SMME) based in Decatur, GEORGIA (US) (USA).

  • OBI - Formula I Contains

    Oppenheimer Formula I contains a super concentrated blend of communities of aerobic and microaerophilic microorganisms (microbes), that are blended into a dense absorbent powder. Our proprietary mixture contains microbes that have been selected from worldwide natural soil and water sources, (including those bacteria in the Domain Archaea). Our ...

    By Oppenheimer Biotechnology Inc based in Austin, TEXAS (USA).

  • OBI - Formula CL Contains

    Oppenheimer Formula CL contains a super concentrated blend of communities of aerobic and microaerophilic microorganisms (microbes), that are blended into a dense absorbent powder. Our microbes are chosen for their affinity to degrade for chlorinated hydrocarbons molecules, both biochemically and physically.

    By Oppenheimer Biotechnology Inc based in Austin, TEXAS (USA).

  • Substrate Release Composition (SRC)

    Source-area bioremediation for chlorinated solvents is complicated by the complex migration of DNAPLs and the high proportion of sorbed-phase contaminant mass in the aquifer media compared to the relatively minor CVOC mass in ground water. Desorption of aquifer bound CVOCs is typically the rate-limiting factor for source-area remediation, such ...

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

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