The Science

Maxum's Magneto-Hydrodynamics (MHD) remediation technology employs an MHD Reactor originally developed as a mobile on-site method for remediation of hazardous soil and water pollutants at oil/gas well sites and brownfields. Depending on the feasibility and Client requirements, contaminated media are either treated in-situ, or excavated, treated ex-situ at the site, then placed back into the native habitat.

The MHD technology destroys harmful contaminants by converting them into harmless compounds such as carbon dioxide (CO2), water (H2O) and elemental salts. This process uses a water Reactor to create free hydrogen radicals in charged fluids, while also introducing lattice energy. The Reactor causes localized temperature and pressure increases that drive numerous chemical reactions (resulting in a reduction in pollutants) that are substantially greater than other methods of remediation currently available. The MHD Reactor's power lies in the supercharged fluids and the chemical formulas that are uniquely tailored to sites based on the characteristics of the soil/groundwater matrix, contaminants, and local conditions.  




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