Medora Corporation
Medora Corporation, whose brands include GridBee and SolarBee, provides solutions for difficult water quality problems. Medora’s award-winning and patented long-distance circulation technology prevents and controls blue-green algae in lakes, raw water reservoirs and storm water ponds; saves energy, improves process and controls odors in wastewater; and completely mixes potable water tanks, eliminating stagnation and thermal stratification. Medora also provides THM removal and disinfectant boost solutions in potable water.

Address

3225 Highway 22
Dickinson, ND 58601
United States
Phone: 866.437.8076
Fax: 701.225.0002

Products + Services

The GridBee THM removal system with floating spray nozzle from Medora Corporation effectively removes trihalomethanes (THMs) from potable water storage tanks and clear wells (0.2 mg to 150 mg). Scalable systems include four standard sizes, are portable and easily install through a 24-in. hatch. The patented long-life nozzle and intake treat all incoming water and minimize THM formation downstream... more
  • The GridBee THM removal system with floating spray nozzle from Medora Corporation effectively removes trihalomethanes (THMs) from potable water storage tanks and clear wells (0.2 mg to 150 mg). Scalable systems include four standard sizes, are portable and easily install through a 24-in. hatch. The patented long-life nozzle and intake treat all incoming water and minimize THM formation downstream... more
  • GridBee GS-9 and GS-12 submersible electric mixers from Medora Corporation help municipalities meet potable water quality standards and prevent ice damage affordably. Available in two sizes depending on tank size and flow rate, GridBee GS mixers pull new incoming water off the tank floor and mix it throughout the water column. They provide thorough mixing, uniform water age and disinfectant... more
  • GridBee AP air-powered mixers from Medora Corporation combine patented long-distance circulation technology with a clog-free air-powered pump. With no moving parts and no electricity in the water, they offer years of maintenance-free operation. Float models feature an adjustable intake depth—up to 100 feet or more for hypolimnetic applications—and are designed for use in lakes, storm water ponds... more
  • GridBee GF Series electric mixers from Medora Corporation can each displace 30 to 50 hp of surface aerator mixing (run-time) in municipal and industrial wastewater applications, including activated sludge system basins, lagoon systems and water reuse ponds. With the GF Series mixers performing the mixing, the aeration system can be dialed back to only provide the needed dissolved oxygen. With... more

Videos

GridBee THM Removal System Helps Municipalities Comply with EPA Stage 2 DPBR
GridBee AP Series High-Flows Mixers for Wastewater Reduce Maintenance


Active Mixing Helps Rural Utility Solve Ice Buildup Problems

It is said that water bodies, like human bodies, require good circulation to function properly. Quiescent waters in potable water storage tanks can cause problems such... more

Upstate New York Town Cuts THMs in Potable Water System

Concerned about levels of trihalomethanes (THMs) in the town’s potable water storage tank, water utility officials in York, N.Y., took advantage of a tank rehab project... more

Reducing Electrical Grid-Powered Aeration Use and Costs in Reactor Basins

Electrical-grid powered aeration in reactor basins at activated-sludge wastewater treatment plants (WWTPs) enables digestion by mixing and oxygenating the wastewater.... more

Mixers Remediate Wastewater Odor Problem

Garretson, S.D., is a rural and agricultural community 20 miles northeast of Sioux Falls with a population of 1,166. Every spring, the town suffered through an “odor... more

Mixers Help Restore Pagosa Springs Potable Water System

Located in the high desert plateau of southwestern Colorado, Pagosa Springs is famous for its geothermal hot springs, which draw visitors worldwide to soak in the... more

Water Layering and Full-Depth Mixing

Water quality problems in potable water storage tanks include temperature stratification, stagnation, dead zones and short-circuiting. These problems stem from the... more

Potable Water: How Mixing Improves Water Quality in Storage Tanks

The implementation of continuous, active mixing technologies combined with periodic disinfectant boosts can maintain water quality by eliminating sampling... more

Potable Water: How Mixing Prevents Ice Buildup and Stratification

Quiescent waters in potable water storage tanks are associated with water quality problems such as thermal stratification, biofilms, excessive disinfection byproducts... more

Wastewater: Three Approaches to Controlling Odors

Long-distance circulators are different from any other reservoir equipment in that the adjustable intake takes advantage of the manner in which water forms thin... more

Medora Corporation to Feature GridBee and SolarBee Products at ACE14

The GridBee series of high-flow submersible mixers from Medora Corporation will be featured at ACE14, the annual conference and exhibition of the American Water Works... more

SolarBee, GridBee Brands To Be Marketed Under Parent Company

Medora Corp., a provider of scientific and engineered methods for improving water quality, will now market its solar- and electric-powered circulation equipment under... more

Product Categories

Odor Control Equipment; Mixers; Mixers, Mixing Equipment & Agitators; Wastewater Treatment; Water Treatment

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