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Airwell Technology

Enjoy Fresher Drinking Water

Up To 99% Odour & Gas Reduction

Mitigating well water across North America

Aerates Water

Radon levels continue to drop over time.

Low Voltage

Consumes energy of a 90W light bulb.

Runs 24/7

Chamber requires no maintenance or cleaning.


Radon, Methane and Sulphur in well water.

Airwell Technology

92-99% Gas & Odour Reduction

Revolutionary technology now addresses the pervasive issue of radon in well water even before it reaches your home. Airwell introduces an innovative "down the well" approach, ensuring a continuous process free from the hindrances of scaling and bio-fouling.

The methodology involves the insertion of a specialized pipe equipped with an aeration section, seamlessly reaching from the top to the bottom of the well, facilitated by additional riser pipes. A low-voltage compressor efficiently delivers air to the active segment of the Airwell pipe. This initiates a hydrodynamic pressure, prompting water from the well's base to ascend through the pipe, undergoing aeration within the active section.

The outcome is remarkable: the injected air effectively removes previously trapped gases from the water, leveraging the relatively pressurized conditions at the well's summit.

With restored air access, the water undergoes a ventilation process, expelling gases like radon and methane into the atmosphere. This dynamic system ensures the prompt and reliable removal of contaminants, offering a comprehensive solution to enhance water quality.

Protect Your Family

with The Best Well Water Mitigation System.

Up to 99% Reduction

Aeration systems achieve the highest reduction of methane, radon and sulphur: up to 99% versus 50-80% with granular activated carbon.

Whole Family Protection

Pets not only breathe our air; they ingest our water too.
Protect the whole family from radon.

Radon Safety

Read our case study

Radon can be ingested.

Ingestion of radon in water will result in a direct health risk though irradiation of sensitive cells in the gastrointestinal tract and other organs once it is absorbed into the bloodstream. Most of the scientific evidence links long-term exposure to radon in air with an increased risk of lung cancer. However radon is listed as a regulated contaminant in public water supplies.

Radon accounts for approximately 25,000 lung cancer deaths every year in North America. Increased radiation exposure should always be avoided, where possible.