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The hot-water drill system used in the WISSARD project needed to drive enough heat into the ice to melt the hole and continue downward at a significant rate while also making sure the lake was not at risk of being contaminated. The team had to have a system that produces a large amount of high-temperature water in a very concentrated area, so they reached out to Alkota to help build a custom pressure-washing system that could achieve their goals.
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Haun Welding Supply

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5921 Court St Rd
Syracuse, NY 13206
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Haun Welding Supply is a proud distributor of Alkota Cleaning Systems in Syracuse. We are dedicated to cleaning your messes and taking care of our customers with our wide range of power washers, steam cleaners, heaters, and water treatment systems. Our team is always ready to help you find the right cleaning system for the job. More Info

Alkota Pressure Washers Used in Antarctica Ice Drilling Project

Antarctic Drill
Scientists and engineers have reached a subglacial Antarctic lake for the first time using a hot-water drill system that was designed and built by the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and engineers from the Northeast Professional Engineering Consultants Group. Read More
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