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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 Association. The conference will be held June 8 to 11 at the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center in Boston.
Available in three sizes for tanks from 500 kg to 20 mg, GridBee GS mixers are low-cost solutions that ensure uniform water age and consistent distribution of disinfectant in potable water storage tanks. The electric-powered GridBee mixers pull water off the tank floor for efficient mixing of the tank’s boundary layers, including the bottom three ft—the most critical part of the tank.
Additional GridBee products on display include the economical GridBee floating spray nozzle THM removal system, which effectively removes trihalomethanes (THMs) from potable water storage tanks and clear wells (0.2 mg to 150 mg). The patented long-life nozzle and intake treat all incoming water and minimize THM formation downstream.
For wastewater systems, GridBee AP air-powered mixers combine long-distance circulation technology with clog-free, air-powered pumping. The mixers are ideal for mixing anoxic and aerated basins, including those with high mixed-liquor suspended solids (MLSS). Other AP mixer models are available for lakes, storm water ponds and estuaries to achieve blue-green algae control and other water quality improvements. These units are barely noticeable in a lake, with only three small float balls and the flowing water visible from shore.
Medora Corporation’s complete line of SolarBee solar-powered mixers will also be featured. SolarBee floating mixers are designed to operate 24/7/365 with a permanent magnet, a low-voltage motor and a digital power management system for continuous, energy-efficient water quality improvement.