Lohr Based Company with Anti-Corrosive Technology Used in 20 percent of German Drinking Water Market Expands Global Reach
Twin Cities based Great Water Tech has announced a five year exclusive distribution agreement for North America with German-based Mösslein Wassertechnik. Mösslein is an innovator in the drinking water system space and IP holder for Folmar Pipe Protection, an anti-corrosive mineral treatment for water-pipe infrastructure currently protecting and preserving 20 percent of the German drinking water infrastructure.
"When we became aware of the water system corrosion problems here in America, we began to seek out the best solutions currently being used in other markets," said Wolf Merker, CEO of Great Water Tech. "Folmar Pipe Protection is clearly the best anti-corrosive solution to those interested in dealing with lead, iron, copper and other corrosion related issues. So, we went out and got 'em."
Phosphate and other polymers are generally recognized as 45-50 percent effective at fighting corrosion in water piping systems. Folmar Pipe Protection is rated 90-95 percent effective, because it creates a system-wide, hard-layer lining that separates water from the pipe surface. Folmar Pipe Protection works on all surfaces as is fully demonstrated in the German water market.
"We are thrilled to have earned the full confidence of our German partners," said Patrick Rosenstiel, EVP Sales & Marketing. "Folmar Pipe Protection is more effective than any current products in the US Market and saves systems money from day one - as it reduces friction in the systems, requires less chlorine use at the treatment facility, and eliminates the need for phosphate and/or polymer. Most importantly it delivers high-quality drinking water to the tap - every time."
About Great Water Tech
Great Water Tech is a water treatment technology company, with full rights to the use of Mösslein Wassertechnik’s products in the United States. Mösslein Wassertechnik’s Folmar Pipe Protection technology is now used in 20% of Germany’s water infrastructure, protecting their water consumers from contaminates in their drinking water.
SOURCE: Great Water Tech