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akvola Technologies reviews growth

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akvola Technologies GmbH, a water technology company providing solutions for the removal of oils, emulsions and suspended solids from hard-to-treat industrial wastewater, has reflected upon the continued growth of business.

Matan Beery, CEO, is proud of the team's achievements during 1H18: “Increasing the volume of bookings by 600% is only possible with a very talented team and satisfied customers. The word-of-mouth effect has had a major influence in the current results with every other purchase order coming from existing customers or their referrals. I’m confident this trend will continue.”

One of the highlights of the last quarter for the company was to see the first plant with the new design up and running. The ease-of-operation that the new proprietary user interface provides could be put to the test and passed with distinction.

In April 2018, Mario Rizkallal joined the team as VP Sales. He has over five years of experience as Regional Manager at Kubota Membrane and holds an master’s degree in Water and Wastewater Engineering from Cranfield University, a renowned European university in the field of water treatment. Throughout the 1H18 the team was further strengthened by two application engineers, a production mechanic, a lab technician and an office manager.

As a response to the increasing amount of enquiries for the microbubble generator embedded in akvoFloatTM the company has decided to launch it as a stand-alone product, MicroGasTM. “We have seen a strong market pull due to its chemical and thermal robustness, the simplicity of its design and the fact that it has the lowest operating costs amongst fine bubble generators,” said Johanna Ludwig, CTO at akvola Technologies.

Features and benefits of MicroGas include:

  • High chemical, mechanical and thermal durability.
  • Lowest energy consumption on the market.
  • No water recycling stream or jamming of nozzles.
  • Adjustable size and amount of bubbles.
  • Use of any gas (ozone, CO2, methane, etc.).

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