WRAS certification for KGN Pillinger booster sets

Published:  08 May, 2014

KGN Pillinter, booster set

KGN Pillinger now holds full WRAS approval for its variable-speed energy-efficient AV and EV ranges of booster sets, so they can be used for potable-water applications. The company also has WRAS approval for its UPod underground plant room.

Another recent service introduced by KGN Pillinger is stainless-steel fabrication.

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