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Titanium coagulant presented to international water technology companies in Israel


Titanium coagulant presented to international water technology companies in Israel

SITTEC has successfully presented titanium coagulant to WATEC-2011, a prestigious 6-th international exhibition and 3-d international congress on water technology, renewable energy, and environmental control, which was held in Tel Aviv, Israel.

At WATEC-2011 SITTEC reached an agreement on titanium coagulant implementation in cooperation with Israeli companies, recognized as leaders both in Israel’s and in the world’s water technology market.

Over 20,000 professionals from more than 90 countries took part in the international exhibition and forum WATEC-2011. This year WATEC focused on the introduction of innovative decisions to technology and business (Innovation to Implementation – “i2i”).

Israel has adopted and is currently realizing the National Programme of Water Technology Development. Israel’s water industry is internationally recognized as one of the most developed water industries with long-term experience in limited water resources management, supported by a strong entrepreneurial culture. Israel is an international water industry centre and an acknowledged leader in water demineralization and purification, as well as in wastewater reuse and agricultural irrigation. Over the period 2006-2009 water-related exports doubled.

SITTEC Ltd., which is part of IFD Kapital Group, is realizing the project of building up titanium coagulant production on the basis of Yarega oil and titanium resource (the Ukhta Region, the Komi Republic, the Russian Federation). Titanium coagulant is an innovative highly effective chemical for drinking water production, and industrial and municipal waste water treatment. The superior removal capacity of titanium coagulant is accounted for by the high adsorption capacity of titanium containing phases in the product, which has significant technical and economic advantages over other coagulants.

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