MTA Messtechnik GmbH researchs and develops technology for the water and waste water industry, producing technically innovative products for the benefit of the industry since 1985. MTA has a network of partners throughout Europe. Prior to the activities with MTA Messtechnik, Mr. Taferner was acting for an international consulting company working across Europe where he gained experience and a wide knowledge of water supply and waste water disposal systems. MTA not only provides conventional services, such as leak detection etc. but also offers and develops innovative specialised services, appliances, products and measuring devices.
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- Industry Type:
- Water and Wastewater - Water Monitoring and Testing
- Market Focus:
- Globally (various continents)
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This company also provides solutions for other industrial applications.
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MTA is a leader in technology for the specialised problems that occur in the water and waste water industry such as reviewing and rating of water supply and waste water disposal networks, including the evaluation of systems (inspection of the pipes and leakage detection), profile measurement for operating companies of waste water disposal systems, waste dumps and various other consumers or operators.
Though based in Austria we export around the world with partners in Germany, Switzerland, the Netherlands, Denmark, Sweden, Italy and Slovenia. MTA focuses on top quality products and services. Therefore MTA is very much committed to leading edge research and development.
The realisation of the EPC European Pipeline Centre was one of our business objectives and is now a unique project within the EU. The latest project of MTA is the EPC European Pipeline Centre which was opened in July 2006.
More than a million Euro have been invested in this centre to allow the continued leading edge research, development and training. The European Pipeline Center is equipped with 2.500 m over and underground pipes of all materials, including all types of pipe defects. So it is possible to simulate almost any possible practical situation for training in a controlled and safe environment.