Australian firm launches novel water treatment solution
Manama, February 4, 2014
Australian-made Care-Free Water Conditioners has announced the official launch of its natural water treatment solution for the Middle East market at the Gulf Industry Fair.
"The Gulf Industry Fair will provide the launch pad for "this revolutionary product that has already made waves in Australia, the US, UK, New Zealand, Spain, India, Korea and other countries," a company statement said.
Care-Free Water Conditioners is brought to the Middle East market by Bahrain-based Vineyard Group.
The group has carved a well-established reputation for its commitment to quality and in delivering cost-effective products and services that match clients' specific requirements.
The Vineyard Group has branches in Saudi Arabia, the UAE, UK and the Indian Subcontinent.
"It is a great privilege for us to be able to launch Care-Free Water Conditioners at the Gulf Industry Fair where we should be able to meet and interact with potential clients spread across the entire Middle East," Vineyard Group operations director Jerin George Mathew said.
"For more than 30 years, Care-Free Water Conditioners has held several unique patents for reducing salinity in the soil and increasing the quality of water supply.
"This natural water treatment system is installed into the pipeline to assure continuous and unlimited supply of water.
"There are no moving parts to wear out or cartridges to replace. And if properly maintained, they are expected to last a lifetime.
"We are confident that this revolutionary natural water treatment system will prove to be a simple, safe and cost-effective water problem solver for residential and industrial users," he added.
Care-Free water conditioners are manufactured with heavy duty commercial and marine grade 316 solid stainless steel for trouble-free performance and prevention of corrosion, scale deposition and algae formation.
It has proved effective for wide range of users that includes householders, farmers, gardeners, golf courses, resorts, hotels, spas, commercial outlets as well as industrial concerns.-TradeArabia News Service