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Remediation Equipment

Total Fluid Pump Reclaimer


A positive air displacement pump for recovering hydrocarbons, leachate and condensate in total fluid applications so designed to withstand aggressive down-well and corrosive fluid conditions. An ideal pump for well development, purging and remediating.


  • Ideal for well development with flow rates up to 11 LPM
  • Pumps both product and water from contaminated wells
  • Pumps suspended solids in water
  • Pumps to depths of 60m or more in 2" diameter or larger wells
  • Easy to clean and maintain - pump has no moving parts
  • Manufactured from corrosive resistant materials: stainless steel and PTFE
  • Intrinsically safe design - pump operates on compressed air.

Specifications: Total Fluid Pump Reclaimer

Technical specifications
Diameter Length Weight Volume/Cycle (l) Max Flow Rate (LPM)
42mm 62cm 2 kg 0.4l 7.6
42mm 92cm 2.9kg 0.8l 9
42mm 122cm 4 kg 1.5l 11.4


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Multi Pump Controller


A low maintenance, multiple pump controller for well development, remediation and long term dewatering


  • Controls up to 4 pumps/reclaimers
  • Pumps to depths of 60m with sufficient pressure and pump
  • Works in 2" or 4" wells
  • Low maintenance with no moving parts down well
  • Ideal for well development
  • Can be used to control low flow sampling bladder pumps or high volume purging reclaimers
  • Can be used with a 12V battery powered by a solar panel
  • Designed for continuous onsite pumping
  • Ideal for remote locations
  • Requires an external compressor.

Specifications: Multi Pump Controller

Technical specifications
12V Powered
Fill/Discharge periods of 1 second to 1 hour
Pumping time 1 to 15 seconds
Up to 100psi capabilities
Can operate sampling pumps and purging pumps down to 60m.
42mm/22mm portable Bladder Pump
42mm dedicated Bladder Pump
Our range of reclaimer Total Fluid Pumps
PE tubing.

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Environmental remediation - we have what you need.

The removal of pollution or contaminants from soil, groundwater, sediment or surface water in wells, sumps or trenches usually requires specialist remediation equipment. There are many different techniques including classical, biological, physical or chemical methods but remediation techniques can be categorised into ex-situ and in-situ methods.Ex-situ (off site) methods involve the excavation of affected soils and subsequent treatment at the surface; in-situ (on site) methods seek to treat the contamination without removing the soils.

In situ physical techniques to remediate a site can include airsparging, soil vapour extraction, solvent flushing and electroreclamation; biological consists of natural attenuation, bio sparging, bio venting Oxygen and hydrogen release compound, anaerobic reductive dechlorination or bioaugmentation.

For contaminated water an oleophilic or hydrophobic element which passes oil but repels water is often used. A passive system absorbs or containerises the pollution in the remediation equipment, within the well. An active system uses a pumping facility to bring the contaminant to the surface.

The process of remediation is strictly monitored and regulated for human, ecological, agricultural and spreading to the groundwater risks. We have a range of in-situ remediation equipment to 'pump and treat'. Much of this is available to either rent or buy and we also provide remediation equipment training as part of our Practical Fieldwork Theory & Techniques environmental training course.

Everything you need for environmnetal monitoring