SMC showcasing at WIOA Virtual Water Exhibition
SMC Corporation ANZ will be exhibiting at the 14th edition of the WIOA Water Exhibition, which takes place virtually on 22 July 2020 and is now called Virtual Water. The exhibition provides visitors with a chance to discover and research new technologies, equipment, services and ideas related to the water industry.
With increased population, expanding manufacturing and growing regulatory requirements, the demand for industrial wastewater treatment services is projected to grow by approximately 5.3% each year for the next five years.
“We deliver solutions that can be integrated all along the line — from sludge and preliminary to primary, secondary and tertiary treatment processes,” said Vince Marcucci, OEM and Key Accounts Manager for SMC Corporation ANZ. “Important to note is that we also offer cutting-edge components for reverse osmosis devices as well as for micro-, ultra- and nano-filtration systems.”
SMC will be showcasing its IN-777 integrated positioning control, IP8101 remote positioning control, EX600 valve terminal with SY valves, EX600-W wireless fieldbus system, chemical and general process valves, pressure and flow switches, process pumps, control valves and control cabinets.
“The EX600-W is EtherNet/IP and Profinet compatible, can withstand electric noise and is suitable for harsh, industrial environments,” Marcucci commented. “In addition, our LFE series of digital flow switches can easily manage conductive fluids, such as water and water-soluble coolant, or fluids that have at least 5 μS/cm conductivity. Finally, our extensive range of fittings and tubing provide customers with a complete solution for their piping equipment needs.
“SMC is committed to the wastewater industry and has developed custom solutions to tackle an array of wastewater requirements,” he added. “Our team looks forward to meeting with visitors to the show to further assist with their unique applications.”
Visit https://wioaconferences.org.au/virtualwater/ for more information.
Originally published here.
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