TIGG Corporation wins two N.Y. water purification contracts

March 6, 2014

OAKDALE, Pa. — The company will deliver systems to the Roslyn Water District and the Locust Valley Water District.

OAKDALE, Pa. — TIGG Corporation recently won two separate competitively-bid contracts on Long Island, N.Y. worth a combined $500,000 to provide drinking water purification equipment, according to a press release.

Expanding its client base in the municipal drinking water market, TIGG Corporation manufactures activated carbon adsorption and filtration units and integrated systems for municipal water treatment, environmental remediation, industrial emission control and other water and air purification applications, noted the release.

TIGG will deliver a custom-made, dual-vessel CP 20K-10 activated carbon water purification system to the Roslyn Water District in April, the release reported, with each of the integrated system's two 10-foot diameter vessels capable of operating at 150 psi and handling flow rates up to 750 gpm.

The Locust Valley Water District will receive its custom TIGG CP 20K-12 water purification system in April, continued the release, and each of the two 12-foot diameter vessels will have a maximum operating pressure of 150 psi and will have be capable of flow rates of 750 gpm.

According to the release, both the Locust Valley and Roslyn Water district's systems are capable of holding 40,000 pounds of granular activated carbon.

"Winning these contracts shows that TIGG's equipment is ideal for the municipal drinking water industry," said Anthony Mazzoni, TIGG vice president. "With six orders in the last several months, TIGG is really becoming a player in the municipal market."