Walchem, a division of Iwaki America, named the Supplier of the Year

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Walchem, a division of Iwaki America, named the Supplier of the Year

Walchem, a division of Iwaki America, was named the Supplier of the Year by the Association of Water Technologies (AWT) during their 2020 Convention and Exposition. “All of us at Walchem are so grateful to receive this award and are so honored to be selected by the members of AWT”, says Jeff Hadley Vice President of Sales and Manufacturing at Walchem. “Our mission has always been to understand our customers goals and develop the products and services to achieve those goals”. Walchem is a leading manufacturer of analytical instrumentation and electronic metering pumps located in Holliston, Massachusetts.

“Our mission has always been to understand our customers goals and then develop the products and services needed to achieve those goals,” says John Miersma, CEO of Iwaki America.

The Walchem engineers have worked tirelessly to develop reliable hardware and software solutions that can handle almost any water treatment application this year despite all the challenges, we’ve had some very important product introductions. We released Walchem Fluent™  our new cloud-based territory management software tool that includes many new features that our customers have been asking for. This system provides real-time remote access to controllers, it’s mobile device friendly, it includes data storage and graphing and it features advanced alarm management tools to ensure quick response to any problems at the plant site.

We’ve also continued to enhance the powerful capabilities of our controller and sensor product line with new monitoring automation and data management options. Our overriding goal has always been to build systems that help water treatment professionals more effectively do their jobs every day and we’re proud to provide the most powerful, reliable and easy to use products on the market.

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