DAB Pumps Have Acquired The WaCS System Company


The DAB PUMPS spa Company has closed the agreement to acquire a new Company skilled on the development of electronic system controls: WaCS Systems srl.

Wacs Systems srl was born from the collaboration between WaCs and AT Engineering; two Companies specialized in the development of new technology for the electronic system controls of motors and pump systems. WaCS was born in 1998 and gained strong experience in the construction of moulds and plastic moulding. AT ENGINEERING was set up in 1992 to develop and sell electronic engineering projects. From 2000 up to 2006, WaCS, in collaboration with AT Engineering, has produced and distributed around 30.000 control systems with inverter technology in addition to 200.000 standard ON/OFF systems. Currently Mr. Fabiano Puccioni, one of the founder members of WaCS, has been entrusted with the task of developing the Wacs Systems srl within the DAB PUMPS Group. Wacs Systems srl will continue to behave as an independent Company within the Group; however, its specialist electronics R&D team and electronics device production will integrate within the DAB PUMPS Group. This important structure will ensure future product development of electronic technology will add greater value and important benefits to both Wacs and DAB Pumps customers alike.

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