Request a presentation on the use of Low-Level MiHpt for cost-effective tracking of diffuse VOC plumes
The development of Low-Level MIP technology represents a significant step forward in capability if properly configured and operated. Low-Level MIP provides an order of magnitude improvement in the performance; and often expands the technology’s detection capability down to drinking water action levels for a number of compounds of concern (COCs). Combined with HPT provides a powerful combination for mapping contaminant distribution and their relationship with hydrogeological environment at the site-wide scale.
Proper operation of the Low-Level MIP system with HPT requires an advanced level of understanding of chemistry, chromatography, and pneumatic system controls to ensure system reliability and accuracy. Critical to the proper employment is rigid demonstration of performance and quality control testing throughout the period of system use.
This presentation will provide you with:
- A working knowledge of the principles of operation of MIP and HPT
- Improvements provided by LL-MIP, key performance parameters, and proper interpretation of the data sets
- When and when not to consider the use of MIP, HPT, and LL-MIP.
- Case examples of where LL-MIP and HPT were combined with other lines of evidence to effectively track and map diffuse low level groundwater contaminant plumes to groundwater action levels.
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