AQUA4D water treatment technology celebrates 20th birthday

23 January 2024 13:55

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Sierre - Planet Horizons Technologies has presented the seventh product generation of its water treatment technology AQUA4D. Since first being launched in 2004, it has been installed in more than 100 public buildings in Switzerland.

Planet Horizons Technologies, the water treatment specialist based in Sierre in the canton of Valais, is presenting the seventh generation of its water management technology AQUA4D to coincide with the 20th anniversary of its launch, further details of which can be found in a press release. The company, which is headquartered at Daval Ecopark in Sierre, originally launched AQUA4D in September 2004. The latest product generation is the result of comprehensive research and innovation focusing on optimizing water management for various sectors, the press release states.

“From Daval Ecopark, we continue to develop, test and assemble our products with the aim of protecting water pipes in Switzerland and optimizing irrigation systems across the world”, the press release explains further. “Thanks to in-house manufacturing at our Swiss headquarters, we can fully control our production processes, ensuring optimal quality and efficiency”, as Nicolas Masserey, Production Director at AQUA4D, states in the press release.

Planet Horizons Technologies has installed its AQUA4D sustainable water treatment system in more than 100 public buildings across Switzerland. The innovative technology can also be used to improve the water quality of hospitals and schools. It relies on electromagnetism in line with a patented method to remove limescale deposits and protect against corrosion and bacteria. The system can primarily be used in old buildings with pipe systems that have been in place for a long time, as well as in hard water areas. The technology helps not only to improve the quality of drinking water, but also to reduce costs for maintenance and servicing.

With the experience gained from having installed more than 5,000 systems in 45 countries, the company claims that it is now garnering increased acclaim in Switzerland as well. ce/gba 

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