New partnership to help Greek tap water quality

Posted: Thursday 1st October 2009

INTELLITECT WATER (UK) has announced a new distribution partnership with Olympios Trading for its highly innovative Intellisonde™ in-pipe water quality monitors covering Greece and Cyprus.

The Intellisonde™ is designed to provide water companies with more efficient access to drinking water quality data and will now be distributed across these two new markets by Athens-based instrumentation company Olympios Trading.

Developed to continuously monitor in-pipe water within drinking water distribution networks, the Intellisonde™ is a small water quality monitor that can be inserted into pressurised pipes to monitor up to 12 parameters.

Technical manager at Olympios Trading, Vangelis Balokas, believes that the Intellisonde™ can play a key role in improving drinking water monitoring in Greece and Cyprus. He said: “Traditionally, water sampling has been done locally, so having the Intellisonde™ will enable water authorities to carry out monitoring procedures quickly and more easily. Our team has undergone specialist technical training to become familiar with the Intellisonde™ and we are confident that this unique instrumentation will help transform the way water quality data is collected in Greece and Cyprus.”

Other industries for which the Intellisonde™ is targeted include food and beverage, power, health, automotive, pharmaceutical, aerospace, biotechnology and research.

Intellitect Water CEO Tony Halker believes that the technology will deliver substantial benefits for water authorities across Greece and Cyprus, adding: "The ability to monitor water quality continuously in the distribution network provides vital access to tap water quality data and offers the potential for significant cost savings and improvements in operational efficiency.”




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