Johnson Screens inaugurated a pilot unit of its Triton™ Underdrain System, in partnership with the International Office for Water, to test the product in real situation and improve its environmental impact.
To further adapt to new market needs and sustain its leadership, Aqseptence Group continues to optimize its technology, including Johnson Screens Triton™ underdrain system. The company has entrusted the performance qualification of this product to the International Office for Water (OiEau), in order to guide it in its R&D for future innovations.
In 3 months, the OiEau and Aqseptence teams have created a semi-industrial testing unit at OiEau training center of La Souterraine (France). OiEau water treatment experts will be testing the Triton™ underdrain system in real situation and help us optimize its environmental impact, reducing water and energy consumption.
Inaugurated on Monday, September 7, in the presence of teams from Aqseptence Group and the International Office for Water, this pilot unit is the first step in a long-term collaboration.
The Triton™ Underdrains system created by Aqseptence Group is designed specifically for optimized collection and distribution with direct retention of the filtering media in gravity filter.
To know more about Triton™: https://www.aqseptence.com/app/en/products/johnson-screens-triton-underdrain-system/
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