United Manufacturing International 2000
UMI-2000 is certified by the US Defense Logistics Agency and is a Central Contractor Registered Company recently migrated to SAM. DUNS Number 186664871 Cage Code 1PK39. Our customers and experience cover a broad range of adsorption applications from PAC dosing at Municipal WTPs to groundwater restoration at Federal DoE Superfund Sites. UMI-2000 "Krakatau" brand premium virgin coconut shell Activated Carbon is used to remove DBP precursors and trace organic chemical contaminants like MTBE. Our IX Resins are proven effective for the removal of Perchlorate, Chromium, Nitrate, heavy metals and non-metallic toxic elements from groundwater. If your application is the remediation of groundwater or soil contaminated by synthetic and volatile organic chemicals, NSF Municipal or Industrial water filtration, sewage treatment plant odor control, gas phase recovery of solvents, gasoline vapor recovery at fuel loading terminals or refineries, automotive spray paint booth VOC control, removal of Hg Mercury from Taconite mining plants, flue gas Hg control at MWCs, LUST ground water cleanup at gas stations, Municipal or industrial water softening, specialized impregnated activated carbon applications or any other commercial utilization of adsorption or ion exchange - UMI-2000 are available to provide support for the success of your project. Need immediate assistance? CALL NOW! Laurence G. D'Alberti - ChE Tel/Fax: 530-528-1361 - or e-mail us at: activecarbon@jps.net

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385 Belle Mill Road
Red Bluff, CA 96080-2989
United States
Phone: 530-528-1361
Fax: 530-528-1361

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United Manufacturing International 2000

385 Belle Mill Road
Red Bluff, CA 96080-2989
Phone: 530-528-1361
Fax: 530-528-1361

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Activated Carbon; Activated Carbon Equipment

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