Carbonair's STAT Low Profile Air Strippers Are Certified to Meet the Requirements of NSF/ANSI 61 - Drinking Water System Components

Carbonair's STAT low profile air strippers are now NSF certified for municipal applications.

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Carbonair STAT 720 Air Stripper at a Municipal Water Treatment Plant

Carbonair's STAT air strippers are ideally suited for treatment of drinking water that is contaminated with organic compounds.

(PRWEB) November 11, 2013

Carbonair's line of highly efficient STAT Low Profile Air Strippers are now certified to meet the requirements of NSF/ANSI 61G. Carbonair's STAT air strippers are ideally suited for treatment of drinking water that is contaminated with volatile organic compounds including disinfection by-products like Chloroform, bromoform and other trihalomethanes.

Carbonair Environmental Systems Inc. has been providing innovative and effective water treatment systems to our customers in the environmental, municipal, petroleum and construction industries for over 30 years. First introduced in 1992, our STAT low profile air strippers are a proven design that has been tested in thousands of applications in the US, Canada and Europe. STAT air strippers are ideally suited for economically removing volatile organic compounds including disinfection by-products, from drinking water. We currently have several STATs installed and operating in municipal drinking water plants in the US.

For more information about Carbonair's NSF 61 certified STAT air strippers please visit our website at http://carbonair.com/stat-low-profile-air-stripper-for-sale/.


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