It has solved the grease problem that we were having in this wet well.
The AP500 is doing wonders.
These are very well built, well designed, robust pieces of equipment.
Our expectations have been met.
We are sold on the product. Your service is great.
...the system worked like clockwork, no problems...
We are very happy with your company. Everybody is friendly, informative, and we really enjoy working with you.

In The Mix E-Newsletter- September 2017

 

It's Finally Here!

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Designed for Customer / Contractor installation!

 

Small tanks can now add industry best trihalomethane removal at an affordable price point!

The SN1 is a natural progression of Medora's industry leading THM & VOC removal spray aeration offering.  Specifically built with small tanks in mind, now even the smallest of drinking water distribution systems can achieve reliable and economical THM removal.

  • Floating System- No lift. No friction loss.
  • Proper Hydraulic Design- No water leaves tank untreated.
  • Movable- Equipment can be uninstalled, moved, and re-installed as needed.
  • SN1 submersible motor- 1.5hp / 230v /1ph
  • Blower motor- 0.5hp / 230v /1ph
  • Install without taking the tank out of service
  • Energy-Efficient Spray Aeration Design, 316 SS Construction
  • Only 18" or larger tank opening required for installation
  • Only 18 inches of head space required for operation
  • Long life, maintenance free design
  • Factory Placement available

*Larger machine sizes available for higher flow rates

 

Take a look at the
SN1 Technical Data Sheet

 

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Phosphorus Mitigation In Facultative, Partial, And Complete Mix Wastewater Ponds

The latest white board video from Medora Corporation explains how. (Go To Video)

Phosphorus is an abundant and naturally occurring element essential to all life on earth.  Excessive phosphorus release into water ways and water bodies can cause eutrophication which leads to environmental complications such as dense plant, algae, and cyanobacteria growth.  Wastewater can be a significant source of phosphorus release but with proper treatment, a lot can be done to mitigate the phosphorus problem.

One of the more common strategies is to apply chemical compounds (i.e. alum, ferric chloride) to precipitate phosphorus out of the water column.  This helps create a cleaner, more phosphorus-free water for release.

How to get precipitating compounds to work better?floating wastewater mixer

The key for most chemical applications is to use as little as possible yet still achieve the desired result.  Traditional application methods can be a costly endeavor requiring more people, more time, and more overall resources; however, the game is changed when using floating wastewater mixers for chemical distribution.

Floating wastewater mixers create an optimum interaction environment that can help precipitate more phosphorus using less chemical. It’s a phosphorus win-win with all the added treatment benefits effective mixing provides for your wastewater ponds.

 

 

 

AerationPlus® Lake & Pond Circulators Now Have A Solar Option!

AerationPlus® Air-Powered Circulators are a great way to introduce beneficial and affordable circulation for pond and lake areas up to 5 acres.

  • No moving parts.
  • No electricity in the water.

And now with the new solar option, water quality improvement is within reach regardless if there is grid power onsite!

 

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