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Aquatech Pressmain celebrates 40 years of engineering excellence and innovation

Aquatech Pressmain have been supplying their high quality, reliable and innovative water booster sets and pressurisation units for industrial, commercial and domestic buildings for 40 years this year. 

Aquatech Pressmain started in 1982 as “Aquatech Limited” out of a need for the servicing company Acorn, to manufacture and supply packaged pump sets, specialist control panels and controls. They quickly became established as a market leader in microprocessor controls. In 2006 Aquatech Limited bought Pressmain Pressurisation and Warmac becoming “Aquatech Pressmain”. 

Manufacturing products in their Essex factory to ensure the water flows in hospitals, hotels, swimming baths, care homes, hairdressers, banks, palaces, universities, factories, farms, military sites, supermarkets, dentists, vets, offices, apartments, and homes throughout the UK and abroad. 

Well-known clients include: Carlsberg, Harris Tweed and The University of Kent. 

With over 100 loyal staff, it is still family run with family values and a reputation for carefully designed products and 24/7 support from highly trained, experienced Service Engineers, covering the whole of the UK from offices in Glasgow, Manchester, Colchester and Southampton. 

Looking to the future, there are many exciting new products in development for pressure boosting, pressurisation and fire sectors, together with new advanced intelligent controls packages, aimed at making Aquatech Pressmain the greenest, most efficient, and reliable on the market. Ensuring that Aquatech Pressmain will be leading driving product efficiency, helping the environment and reducing the industry’s carbon footprint. 

5 May 2022

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