De Nora Water Technologies Showcases Industry-Leading Water and Wastewater Treatment Solutions at WEFTEC 2015
Company announces new product and service developments, too.
De Nora Water Technologies will showcase its industry-leading water and wastewater treatment solutions at the WEFTEC Technical Exhibition and Conference in Chicago from 27 to 30 September at booth #631. WEFTEC is the first major event at which the company, formerly Severn Trent Services, has exhibited since becoming a part of De Nora.
De Nora Water Technologies will exhibit its extensive range of trusted disinfection and filtration technologies and aftersales support services for water and wastewater treatment in the industrial and municipal markets worldwide. Featured products at WEFTEC will include some of the most respected brands in the industry:
- Capital Controls® gas feed disinfection systems
- ClorTec® brine electrochlorination systems
- TETRA® potable water, biological and tertiary wastewater treatment systems
- the EST™ line of industrial and municipal scrubbing systems
- UltraDynamics® ultraviolet disinfection systems
- OEI Ozone Disinfection solutions
According to Lawrence Quinn, CEO of De Nora Water Technologies, “WEFTEC 2015 provides us the first opportunity to show customers how De Nora is leveraging its expertise as a technological pioneer in electrochemistry and the water/wastewater treatment expertise gained over the last 50 years as a water purification solutions provider. De Nora Water Technologies now has one of the most complete lines of disinfection and filtration technological solutions in the industry, and we are committed to achieving our vision of becoming a world leader in this field.”
De Nora Water Technologies Announces New Product, Service Developments
During WEFTEC, the company will announce that it is refreshing and expanding its line of Capital Controls gas feed disinfection systems and launching enhancements to its ClorTec brine electrochlorination systems design.
The company also is reorganising its service teams to create greater customer value. A value-priced service model, including cost-saving annual service agreements, is being introduced. New customer training and refresher training will now be offered, too, to help ensure long equipment life.