New partnership sees Wittig launched to the water utilities and biogas markets

Posted: Friday 13th May 2016

Leading vacuum pump and compressor manufacturer Gardner Denver has partnered with Northey Technologies to bring its acclaimed Wittig range to the water utilities and biogas markets.

The Wittig range of oil-lubricated rotary vane air compressors for gases offer an optimal solution to those operating within the water utilities and biogas markets, responding to varying demands smoothly and continuously.

Renowned for its quality and efficiency, the fixed installation range guarantees a high-performance solution for operators requiring a reliable and responsive solution, even in the most demanding of applications.

Available in a variety of flow rates depending on site requirements, factors such as operating costs, noise emission and maintenance frequency will be taken into consideration during the specification process when working with Gardner Denver and Northey Technologies.

Steve Plane, Projects Engineer at Gardner Denver, said: "First established in Germany in 1885, Wittig invented the first multi-vane principle for rotary compressors. Ever since then, Wittig has secured its position as a market leader, offering efficient, reliable and long-lasting solutions.

"We chose to partner with Northey Technologies because, with over 60 years experience, the company has established itself as an expert within the water industry in the UK."

Peter Plant, UK Sales Manager at Northey Technologies, adds: "This partnership presents a brilliant opportunity to deliver best in class products to our customers. The name Wittig is synonymous with excellence and we look forward to sharing this innovative range with our customer base."

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