Single Source Solution is Outlined in New Screening Package Brochure

19.02.2004

A new brochure from Mono Pumps provides a valuable single point of reference to waste water screening and extraction solutions for virtually all types of application.

It also underlines Mono’s extensive experience in providing equipment and design solutions to the UK Water PLC’s, Consulting Engineers, local councils and authorities, contractors, and numerous industrial end users both at home and overseas.

The brochure emphasises Mono’s ability to supply and install a wide variety of screening and extraction systems either individually, or as part of a complete turnkey package, and illustrates the versatility of products within the Mono range.

Mono will undertake all aspects of a project, from the supply and installation of a single unit through to full turnkey installations which include all design work, M & E installation, commissioning and ongoing service. The company can also supply all associated items such as control panels, walkways, instrumentation kiosks, fencing, pipework and valves, operating under Main Contractor status.

For a copy of this new brochure, e-mail your request to dwharmby@mono-pumps.com.

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