Video: Walk-through of our Water Plant

Amy Hawthorne

by Amy Hawthorne

7th April 2014

At ReAgent, we often receive requests to supply customers with clean, pure water for their manufacturing needs. We offer deionised and distilled water, both of which are produced in different ways and contain different properties.

We regularly make investments in our water facilities to cope with increasing demands and in November 2013, we enhanced our water plant facilities by adding a new storage tank built to hold 18,500 litres of deionised water.

To mark the upgrade, we put a video together (starring our MD, Rich Hudson) to explain the purification process the water goes through to end up as the safe, high quality product we supply to businesses.

ReAgent is a leading water supplier and our deionised water is supplied in accordance with ISO 9001:2000 Quality Standard. In order to maintain this standard and be able to supply to industries such as the pharmaceutical industry, we have to continue to provide the most pure water possible, in the most efficient way.

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