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ATI EXHIBITS AT UNITED UTILITIES KNOWLEDGE SHARING DAY

United Utilities recently hosted a Knowledge Sharing Day and ATi were one of the few companies invited along to showcase our groundbreaking Network Monitors.

 

ATi were asked to come and exhibit our range of network monitors that have already helped United Utilities to understand large parts of their clean water network.

UU day 1

ATi and UU have a great relationship that was formed through offering a fantastic service on framework contracts for chlorine, dissolved oxygen, turbidity and many more. Now that the network division has been created, UU have shown the same desire to embrace this type of innovation and show it off to the whole network department at UU’s headquarters in Warrington. This event was a great opportunity to talk to users of the equipment, train them if needed and to demonstrate the overall value offered with understanding the networks.

 

UU day 3Members of our Sales and Service Team were on hand to offer practical demonstrations of the pioneering MetriNet, NephNet and ChlorNet, including a battery powered MetriNet with its own water sample that enabled customers to see the Smart Sensors in operation, along with the live data.

 

ATi Utilities Account Manager, Vicky Wilshaw, was thrilled with the success of the day: “We would like to thank Lorraine Murtagh from UU for inviting us along to the UU Knowledge Sharing Day.

 

UU day 2“It was a fantastic opportunity for us to demonstrate the benefits of our Network Monitors that have already been installed into their sites, along with our groundbreaking new MetriNet which is set to have a profound impact on the way the UK water industry measure and manage water quality.  Not only does the MetriNet improve compliance and reduce complaints, it also helps to increase SIM scores by providing better measurement, understanding and management of customers’ water distribution networks.”


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