(Roanoke Rapids, NC) — Engineered Tank Care™ customers now have access to even more benefits. The company recently became a Medora distributor, receiving significant cost savings on mixers that they’re passing on to customers. As a result, purchase and installation of a Medora GridBee® mixer is one of the many benefits now available to Southern Corrosion Engineered Tank Care™ customers.
“We are excited to offer GridBee® systems to our maintenance contract customers,” said Southern Corrosion President Jim Skilton. “Mixing system discounts are one of the many benefits that our comprehensive Engineered Tank Care™ plans include to help our customers manage their tanks, while ensuring maximum tank life with minimum hassle.”
Mixers reduce water quality problems by maintaining a constant flow of water in a tank. They keep water from freezing during cold months, provide for uniform disinfectant distribution and water age, prevent short-circuiting and stagnation, and minimize temperature stratification, residual loss and bacteria growth. The consistent movement of water also reduces buildup, keeping a tank’s interior cleaner.
Medora Corporation is a world leader in sustainable water quality improvement, with low energy or chemical use. Medora’s GridBee® products provide mixing, THM removal and disinfectant boosting solutions to solve difficult problems in potable water treatment and storage. Medora’s potable products are certified to NSF/ANSI Standard 61, including Annex G for low-lead content.
Southern Corrosion, headquartered in Roanoke Rapids, specializes in Engineered Tank Care™ programs for municipal, community, and industrial water tanks and water towers. Southern Corrosion’s services include water tank and water tower inspections, painting, interior washouts, general water tank repair, tank security planning, and water tower cell antenna engineering and management. The company has dedicated crews strategically located throughout the Mid-Atlantic and Southeast and all sales representatives live in the areas that they serve. Southern Corrosion is an active member of Rural Water Associations in North and South Carolina, Virginia, West Virginia, Georgia, Tennessee, Kentucky, Mississippi, Alabama, Maryland, Delaware, Pennsylvania, and Florida.