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Come and join ATi at WWEM 2016 for an insight into our exclusive new range of water quality sensors and monitors, set to have a profound impact on the way the UK water industry works!

WWEM waterpool

ATi will be exclusively showcasing a totally new range of water quality sensors and monitors, which will have a profound impact on the way the UK water industry manage water.


This will be the first time UK Water PLC will have an opportunity to see this revolutionary new approach to smart sensor technology….along with its amazing capabilities.


This revolutionary range of sensors will keep ATI at the very top of  the list  for customers seeking smart water sensor technology, including the Internet of things.


This year ATi are proud sponsors of WWEM and will be playing a major role throughout the event, but you will have to come and visit us to see what all the excitement is about!  What we can tell you is that we will be:


  • providing a workshop detailing the Nephnet and ChlorNet successes
  • offering support and guidance for water quality monitors on stands 117 & 118,
  • creating a specialist gas booth on stand 68
  • showcasing the latest products and developments


By visiting ATi’s water stands 117 & 118, customers can catch up on the latest ATi developments and new technologies; discuss any process developments within in your industry and help with any solutions to application issues.


WWEM runs from 2nd-3rd November 2016 and is packed full of water professionals, workshops and conferences.  Click here to register your place for WWEM – remember pre-registered visitors receive free entry to the workshops, forums and exhibition, plus free parking, lunch and refreshments. Non-registered visitors will pay £20 a day.


For further information please call 0800 804 6062, e-mail sales@atiuk.com or visit: www.atiuk.com


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