United Utilities awards ATi single-source framework contracts

ATi has announced the award of a new United Utilities framework contract for single-source Chlorine, Turbidity, Suspended Solids, Dissolved Oxygen, Sludge Blanket, UV254 and Multi-parameter Network Quality for AMP 7.

Delivering across both clean and wastewater applications, ATI said their flexible range of products and solutions will help deliver real-time, continuous monitoring to ensure optimal control, enhanced operational efficiencies and improved compliance to safeguard water quality.

By utilising ATi’s water quality instrumentation, the company are confident that United Utilities can leverage their highly reliable, infrastructure-free cellular network offerings, providing actionable data and analytics from a connected network of digital sensors and devices, making data communication more efficient, scalable and secure.

This will be the third consecutive AMP that ATi has won single source Chlorine with United Utilities, along with several other highly competitive framework agreements.

Vicky Banks, ATi’s UK Sales Manager said:

“We are really excited to continue working with United Utilities and progress the fantastic working relationship we have developed over many years. This framework agreement cements ATi’s first-class reputation as the foremost provider of class-leading water quality monitoring and control products and solutions within the utilities sector”.

ATi is a leading provider and innovator of engineered, analytical sensor monitoring solutions and data insights for water and gas applications, driving the sustainable use of the world’s most precious resources.



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