Airwell Case Study #1

Maine Residence, Mount Vernon

The Maximum Exposure Guideline (MEG) for water radon in Maine is 4,000 pCi/L. Drinking water at a Mount Vernon residence independently analyzed by A&L Laboratory reported radon at 8,864 pCi/L, failing state guidelines. Twenty-four hours after Airwell was installed, the laboratory reported a pass at 476 pCi/L.

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Airwell driver box installed at Maine residence.

Inserting Airwell pipe down the well.

Airwell active pipe section.

Down-the-well camera image of Airwell aeration activity. Click through to watch the video.

Down-the-well camera image of Airwell aeration activity. Click through to watch the video.

Airwell Case Study #2

MainE Residence, Rome

Radon in water at a residence in Rome, Maine measured 22,000 pCi/L prior to radon in water mitigation by installation of an Airwell aeration system. Independent analysis by A&L Laboratory in Auburn, Maine reported 219 pCi/L post mitigation. The Maximum Exposure Guideline (MEG) for water radon in Maine is 4,000 pCi/L.

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Airwell Case Study #3

New Hampshire Residence

The EPA does not regulate private wells. Private well owners are responsible for the safety of their water. Nelson Analytical Lab, an accredited and certified laboratory, reported 20,000 pCi/L radon in water levels at a residence in New Hampshire. An Airwell aeration system was installed on the property outside the home at the wellhead. Post mitigation results read 1,090 pCi/L.

Aeration by Airwell achieved a 94.5% radon reduction.

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Installing the Airwell pipe down the well on a New Hampshire residence.

Click through to watch the installation.

Click through to watch the installation.