Blue I Water Technologies expands reach in Paraguay and India

April 30, 2014

ROSH HA’AYIN, Israel — Autosys in India and Tegnil in Paraguay have joined Blue I’s existing global distributors.

ROSH HA'AYIN, Israel — New partnership agreements are bringing Blue I Water Technologies’ water quality analysis products and services to a wider customer base, expanding availability of its HYDROGUARD® line of analyzers and controllers worldwide, according to a press release.

Over the past weeks, Autosys in India and Tegnil in Paraguay have joined Blue I’s existing global distributors for the industrial and municipal markets, reported the release.

Blue I’s devices identify, quantify and analyze the chemical components of water, measuring parameters such as chlorine, pH, redox, turbidity, conductivity, pressure and temperature, noted the release, and data and alarms are transmitted online for prompt and efficient operations.

“The industrial and municipal water treatment industry is increasingly associating our water quality analyzers with the market’s most reliable, accurate and cost-efficient solutions for water distribution and treatment facilities. I am thrilled to be partnering with these new distributors in India and Paraguay, who are already showcasing Blue I’s HYDROGUARD® brand, with its advanced colorimetric and amperometric technologies, online reporting and adaptability,” says Jacob Azran, CEO of Blue I Water Technologies.

According to the release, Autosys provides engineering, automation, process control and project management services for industrial turnkey projects and processes while Tegnil serves a range of industries with consulting, servicing and implementation for water treatment, medical equipment and UPS (Uninterruptible Power Supply) systems.

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