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Solinst Waterloo Emitters

Solinst Waterloo Emitters

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The Solinst Waterloo Emitter is designed to assist in-situ remedial biodegradation of MTBE, BTEX and other contaminants.

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  • Enables oxygen to diffuse through LDPE or silicon tubing
  • Units can be stacked and joined from one well to another
  • Sized for 2", 4" and 6" wells
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The Waterloo Emitter is designed to assist in-situ remedial biodegradation of MTBE, BTEX and other contaminants. It enables oxygen (or hydrogen for anaerobic remediation) to diffuse through silicone or LDPE tubing in a controlled uniform manner. The simple, low-cost, patented technology consists of a PVC frame wrapped with tubing that can be pressurized to obtain the desired diffusive transfer of gas, appropriate to site-specific needs. Sized for 2", 4" and 6" (50, 100 and 150 mm) wells, the units can be stacked in a well and joined from one well to another, to allow the controlled continutous diffusion of gas into the plume.

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Solinst Waterloo Emitters 107088 Model 703 Waterloo Emitter, 1.8" x 51", 0.375" NPTF/Silicon
$596.00
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Solinst Waterloo Emitters 106037 Model 703 Waterloo Emitter, 3.8" x 51", 0.5" NPTM/LDPE
$490.00
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Solinst Waterloo Emitters 105787 Model 703 Waterloo Emitter, 3.8" x 51", 0.5" NPTM/Silicon
$646.00
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Solinst Waterloo Emitters 105895 Model 703 Waterloo Emitter, 5.8" x 51", 1.25" NPTM/LDPE
$596.00
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Solinst Waterloo Emitters 106039 Model 703 Waterloo Emitter, 5.8" x 51", 1.25" NPTM/Silicon
$825.00
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