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Door opens in India for Riventa’s Pump System Optimisation Expertise

Posted: Monday 12th April 2021

In New Panvel, near Mumbai, Autoflow Engineers & Controls Pvt Ltd have joined the growing network of worldwide companies that are introducing energy-saving pump/blower technology from UK-based Riventa.

Covering the three western Indian states of Maharashtra, Goa and Gujarat, Autoflow Engineers & Controls (established in 2002), offer turnkey automation and remote monitoring solutions to a growing market. Autoflow’s major clients already include Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation (MIDC), TATA Power, National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC), Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Limited (ONGC) and CIDCO (City and Industrial Development Corporation of Maharashtra Ltd).

Mahesh Salunke, Managing Director at Autoflow Engineers & Controls, said: “Apart from water and wastewater treatment plants, we work with several other industries where Riventa will add significant value to our services. Customers are increasingly searching for energy savings, improved performance and prolonged life of important assets such as pumps and blowers”.

For Riventa, Managing Director, Steve Barrett, added: “We see great potential in this region of India. Autoflow Engineers & Controls have an excellent pedigree in the applications where our optimisation products and services can make a big difference to the bottom line and the long-term wellbeing of water & wastewater treatment plants”.

Just before agreeing this new partnership with Autoflow Engineers & Controls in India, Riventa has also teamed up with

Detection Services in Australia – and with Toraqua Technologies in Brazil.




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