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Product Obsolescence: 740 Portable Suspended Solids Monitor

Posted by Aidan Patton on January 21, 2019

It's not all bad news... As part of Partech ongoing commitment to providing the very best instrumentation for water and wastewater monitoring the 740 Portable Suspended Solids Monitor has been made obsolete.After over 20 years of successful operation and thousands of units shipped worldwide, the 740 has been replaced with the ...

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Christmas Jumper Day 2018

A look back at 2018!

Posted by Aidan Patton on January 14, 2019

A record breaking year! 2018 was our most successful year yet with us seeing our turnover up by 22% compared to 2017. We also sold over 250 740 units to IWK Indah Water Konsortium. We also increased our export to over 65% of our turnover which has made us a more resilient ...

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James Turpin

Meet James – Partech’s New Product Assembler

Posted by Aidan Patton on December 10, 2018

We would like to introduce James, he is our latest addition to the production team. He started with Partech at the start of September and is a great addition to the Partech team. We are very grateful to have him with us. Tell us a bit about yourself? I'm a recent graduate ...

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WWEM 2018 Gala Dinner

Our time at WWEM 2018!

Posted by Aidan Patton on December 7, 2018

Last Month we exhibited at the 8th Water, Wastewater and Environmental Monitoring (WWEM) Exhibition in Telford. WWEM is a focused event for companies and individuals who are involved with water, wastewater and environmental monitoring. Our Biggest Team Yet!! We had a bigger team than usual this year with a couple members of ...

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750w² Portable Suspended Solids Monitor

Portable 750w² Suspended Solids Monitor

Posted by Aidan Patton on November 16, 2018

Do you know what in your water? Our 740 Portable has been hugely popular with 2018 seeing record shipments, building on the 1000’s deployed since it was introduced in 2004. The new portable handheld water quality monitor is a simple, robust and accurate tool for measuring a full set of water quality ...

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TurbiTech Self Cleaning Sensor

Self Cleaning Turbidity Sensors – that really work!

Posted by Angus Fosten on May 4, 2018

Showing you that our self cleaning sensors work. One of our service engineers recently took this picture - the sensor is used in a dairy effluent plant where everything crusts over with a very hard later. The picture shows how effective our TurbiTech sensor is at working in even the ...

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EU Gateway Success – Meeting new people

Posted by Angus Fosten on

We have found the EU Gateway Missions to be highly effective ways for meeting new distributors and customers - have a look at this post the Gateway program managers for more details There is even a lovely video to support the promotional work -

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Angus Fosten - 25th Anniversay

25 Years at Partech

Posted by Angus Fosten on

About this time 25 years ago I was walking to Partech for my first day, little did I know that I would stick with the company and now be fortunate enough to be one of the owners! Looking back I didn't really know what the 'water industry' was, let alone understand ...

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Our Total Phosphorus Analysers Success

Posted by Angus Fosten on March 21, 2018

Partech recently completed successful installations of MicroMac Total P and Iron Analysers at Wessex Water's Royal Wootton Basset and Calne treatment works. These are the first installations following a trial last year that confirmed the MicroMac C's excellent measurement accuracy and robust operation compared to both laboratory tests and alternative products ...

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PR19 Negotiations – a supplier view

Posted by Angus Fosten on March 20, 2018

The UK water industry has recently been in the spotlight, issues with leakage following the 'beast from the east' and speeches by politicians from both left and right challenging industry leaders to look at their corporate governance. This increased public scrutiny, combined with the early stages of PR19 negotiation, mean that key suppliers such ...

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