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26 A WET NEWS AND WWT SUPPLEMENT


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MAC Solutions (UK) K50 MAC Solutions provides integrated, intelligent, and cost-effective control, measurement and communications solutions. These can help you face the rising awareness of environmental protection and tackle the growing concerns of maximising our water resource. www.mac-solutions.co.uk


Marechal Electric C32 Marechal Electric is a specialist electrical connector manufacturer used in many diverse industries in both safe and hazardous environments. Its decontactor sockets have been installed in the water and wastewater industries for many years. Used as a means of disconnecting pumps it saves time and cost during pump maintenance. www.marechal-electric.com


Metasphere H56 Metasphere has more than 20 years’ experience in delivering telemetry and control solutions to improve process efficiency, meet regulatory requirements and preserve precious resources. It provides solutions using its own remote telemetry units combined with a robust telemetry software system to ensure extensive functionality with reliability and scalability. www.metasphere.co.uk


Mitsubishi Rayon Membranes E20 Mitsubishi Rayon Membranes is one of the leading names for supply of hollow fibre membranes worldwide. European activities are centralised through RWB Afvalwater and within the UK and Ireland through MSE Systems. The new range of high capacity SADF membranes will be on show. www.mrc.co.jp/english


Monsal G42 Monsal has the largest team of integrated ‘biogas-to-energy’ advanced digestion technology specialists in the UK and is a leading supplier of anaerobic digestion technology to farm projects. Monsal technology is widely recognised as the technology of choice by developers, utilities, county councils, food producers, waste processors, farmers and recycling companies. www.monsal.co.uk


MSE Hiller E20


Celebrating 10 years in the water and wastewater treatment business this year MSE Hiller will be exhibiting a wide range of its products from centrifuges to hollow fibre membrane systems, screw compacting units and polymer make-up units. MSE Hiller centrifuges are used to clarify effluents and dewater or thicken sludges at process rates of 1 to 150 m3/hr. A fleet of mobile hire units, some with lime stabilisation, are available to rent for temporary sludge dewatering duties at customers’ sites and pond & lagoon clearances. Depackaging equipment and Smicon MAS separators are used in the Bio energy and AD markets. www.mandse.com


MSE Systems E20 MSE Systems design, build, install and commission turnkey effluent treatment plants using modern membrane bioreactor systems. Using the highly efficient Mitsubishi hollow fibre membrane system the plants enable customers to benefit from small footprints and produce very clean waters which can allow for recycling / reuse at site. www.mandse.com


Munters K14 Munters is a global leader in energy efficient air treatment solutions providing building comfort and industrial climate control and employs more than 2,200 people in over 30 countries. Munters air treatment systems control the varying effects that humidity and temperature can have on indoor comfort, manufacturing processes and preservation. www.munters.co.uk


MV Fluids Handling K38 Straub is the original in its class of mechanical pipe coupling. A Swiss invention that revolutionised the piping industry, and 45 years on, it is renowned for its high quality and axial-restraint capability of all metal pipes including delicate thin walled stainless tube up to OD 609.6mm. Independent WRAS testing verifies Straub’s unique progressive sealing and anchoring performance using single torque setting across a wide range of pipe materials including the transition joints between PE and steel or PVC and copper. WRAS approved for joining plain-end water pipes in-place of traditional butt-weld, flanging, or threaded joints in minutes, above or below ground. www.straub.co.uk


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Neaco H34


Neaco supplies heavy-duty balustrade, rails, access walkways and roof protection systems that are ideal for the urban and industrial landscape. Serving all budgets and durable in demanding environments, these modular products are fully recyclable, corrosion-free, Disability Discrimination Act compliant and environmentally friendly. www.neaco.co.uk


Netzsch Pumps F28


Netzsch Pumps & Systems is the only global manufacturer offering progressing cavity and rotary lobe pumps. It provides an unbiased approach, selecting the correct pump type for your application. Rotary and twin shaft grinders complete the product programme for the environmental market. www.netzsch.com


Norit Activated Carbon G28 Norit Activated Carbon is the world’s largest manufacturer of activated carbon. It offers more than 150 different types of activated carbon, which allow the company to offer carbons with a customized fit for its customers and to ensure cost effective solutions for purification needs. www.norit-ac.com


Nova Q/Yoreco C3 Nova Q and Yoreco together offer a range of innovations to the water and wastewater treatment market. These include cost effective water treatment and disinfection products such as electrochemical oxidation using solid boron doped diamond electrodes; electrolysed water that will effectively clean, disinfect and sterilise without additional chemicals; industrial wastewater treatment to remove all organic contamination; a patented sand filtration system from Aqua-sol; prevention and control of sulphur and ammonia based odours with Enviro-Chem; activated carbon for chlorine reduction and organic removal from waste streams from Activated Carbon Technologies. www.nova-q.com


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Olaer Group - Charlatte Reservoirs D10 Olaer Fawcett Christie now has exclusive distribution of Charlatte surge vessels in the UK. These vessels are especially designed for water and wastewater applications using bladders that are strong, durable and low maintenance. A compressor is not necessary, therefore there is no electricity requirement and the bladder prevents air from being dissolved


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