TRS Group Receives Patent for FlexHeater℠ Remediation Apparatus and Methodology

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Innovative In- and Ex- Situ Thermal Remediation Service Cost-Effectively Treats Contaminants Including PFAS & SVOCs

New, Patented FlextHeater Remediation Apparatus

New, Patented TRS Group FlexHeater℠ Remediation Apparatus

The FlexHeater℠ technology is immediately available to treat additional contaminants, including PFAS and SVOCs.

TRS Group, Inc. (TRS) is pleased to announce that the U.S. Patent and Trademark office has issued a patent for the apparatus and the application method used to provide the company’s new FlexHeater℠ remediation service for thermal conduction heating applications.

TRS FlexHeater℠ can deliver varying amounts of power vertically to discrete intervals in the heater well. Thus, TRS is able to target energy more efficiently than other commercially available systems. Further, as the FlexHeater℠ element will fit into small diameter pipes, installation costs are the lowest in the industry.

“As the leading in situ thermal remediation provider, TRS’s innovative FlexHeater℠ remediation service expands our capabilities,” says Mark Kluger, VP Sales & Marketing. “The FlexHeater℠ technology is immediately available to treat additional contaminants, including PFAS and SVOCs, more cost-effectively than competitive systems.”

TRS works with government agencies, the U.S. military, industrial manufacturers, property owners and consulting engineers to quickly and safely clean up sites with the highest level of certainty.

For more information, please contact Mark Kluger at 302-655-6651 or email mkluger(at)thermalrs(dot)com.

To learn more about TRS Group, please visit http://www.thermalrs.com.

About TRS Group, Inc.
Since its launch in 2000, TRS Group, Inc. (TRS) has completed more than 160 in situ thermal remediation (ISTR) projects in the United States and globally with our joint ventures in China, Europe and Brazil. Our technologies, used alone or in conjunction with other methodologies, include electrical resistance heating (ERH), steam enhanced extraction (SEE) and thermal conduction heating (TCH). TRS has applied the technologies beneath and adjacent to buildings in areas open to direct public access, and have included commercial properties, retail shopping centers, industrial manufacturing facilities, military locations, warehouses, active fire lanes, and railway maintenance yards.

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