Ashland, Ohio – January 2001 – Hydromatic is pleased to announce the introduction of the new TG-Pro System.

The new rail system is designed to fit into virtually any other grinder pump wet well, and can be used with all Hydromatic 2 HP grinders (HPG, HPGR, and HPD) models. Engineered for low-pressure sewage grinder applications, the TG-Pro offers a complete quality system that can be installed quickly and efficiently.

Hydromatic, founded in 1959, is located in Ashland, Ohio, with additional distribution

in Canada. Hydromatic is a manufacturer of wastewater products for residential, commercial, municipal, domestic and international markets. Hydromatic, an ISO 9001 company, is a part of the Pentair Pump Group of Pentair, Inc.

Pentair, Inc. (NYSE: PNR) is a diversified manufacturer operating in three principal markets: professional tool and equipment, electrical and electronic enclosures, and water and fluid technologies. Headquartered in St. Paul, Minnesota, Pentair was incorporated in 1966, with 50 operations and distribution locations in North America, Europe and Asia.

Source: Pentair plc.

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