Rad-Clean System 600

RAD-Clean System 600

Problem
The USEPA regulates drinking water quality and has set the standard for Radium 226 and Radium 228 in drinking water of no more than 5 pCi/l.
In recent years the presence of Radium in drinking water above this limit is a common occurrence.
Solution
- Dilution of the drinking water with Radium-free water
- Reverse Osmosis
- Ion Exchange
Technical Associates evaluated the above potential solutions using the following parameters:
- Maintenance requirements
- Life cycle costs
- Installation
- Feasibility of service calls
- Disposal of radium contaminated material
The PEMO-7-G System has an installed Dewar to maintain HPGe crystal at a proper temperature range.
Optional: An electronic cryo-cooler is available.

 

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