Removal system

Sponsored by
Gridbee

The economical GridBee® THM Removal System with floating spray nozzle from Medora Corporation effectively removes trihalomethanes (THMs) from potable water storage tanks and clearwells (0.2 MG to 150 MG). Scalable systems start at just $25,000, include four standard sizes and easily install through a 24-inch hatch. The patented long-life nozzle and intake treat all incoming water and minimize THM formation downstream. Performance is guaranteed.

Gridbee, a brand of Medora Corporation
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