Do you have a background in sales, administration or customer service? Are you looking to join a growing team and find a new job role in West Yorkshire? Find out about the Administration/Customer Service Assistant position we have available at our well-established water treatment company, based in Allerton Bywater, West Yorkshire.
We lead by example and one of the reasons we’re able to do this is because our team is made up of some of the best commercial water treatment experts around. Fortunately for us, many of them have been a part of the Excel Water family for a while, and this includes our highly experienced and knowledgeable Engineering Director, Darren Field.
How we helped one manufacturer improve their production quality (in 2 easy steps)
Many manufacturers experience production quality issues at some point, but not all realise that the vast majority of these issues can easily be resolved in one, or in this instance, two easy steps.
To put this into perspective, we wanted to tell you about our experience of working with one manufacturer in particular.
The historical evolution of water purification
In the beginning….
Water purification is an age-old process that can be traced way back to 1748 when French physicist, Jean-Antoine Nollet, used a pig’s bladder to demonstrate how Reverse Osmosis (RO) works.
What does demineralisation plant servicing involve?
Within the world of commercial water treatment, there are standard water treatment systems and there are specialist water treatment systems.
As with most things that are more specialised, specialist water treatment systems require specialist maintenance. In this blog, we’re going to focus on what’s required to maintain one specialist water treatment system in particular – demineralisation plants.
We’re seeking a Water Treatment Plant Service Engineer
We’re a rapidly expanding water treatment company which has been providing customers with a thorough, high-quality service for the past 25 years. We specialise in providing water solutions for customer applications and provide them with bespoke solutions for any water treatment issues they may have.
How things have changed in the water treatment industry over the last 30 years
Like all industries, the water treatment industry has experienced its fair share of changes over the years. Who better to explain these changes than one of our senior design engineers, Ray O’Leary, who’s been in the industry for more than 30 years.
We all know that not using pure process water for manufacturing processes can lead to poor quality products. But what many businesses don’t know, is that it’s really simple to prevent this from happening with the right water treatment equipment and advice.
Water quality – An inside guide to assessing purity
Water plays an integral part in product quality. Poor water quality = poor end product.
However, assessing how clean your water is isn’t as simple as turning on a tap and seeing how clear it looks. It takes considerable insight to assess the true state of your commercial water supply, not to mention the relevant equipment.
We have a 98% success rate with our water treatment customers
Most organisations say how good they are, but how many of them can back it up?
Fortunately, for our existing and potential customers, we can do both with confidence. And it’s all thanks to our 98% success rate, which we’re incredibly proud of and have managed to retain for the last 20 years.