T-T are exhibiting at RWM Exhibition

T-T are exhibiting at The Water Event  at RWM (Resource Waste Management) on 13th and 14th September at the NEC in Birmingham. The RWM exhibition is the UK’s number one event for resource efficiency and waste management solutions. The Water Event specifically promotes the efficient consumption, management and procurement of water. Visit T-T in Hall 3-3A on stand K32 to discuss how we can revolutionise the way you dispose of waste water. Find out more about the exhibition and book your tickets here http://www.rwmexhibition.com/.

T-T will be presenting their new range of Float Switches, which have been in testing for many years to ensure that they are of the highest quality available on the market. Float Switches are economic and efficient liquid level sensors, which are easy to install and maintain. The FLO range is made up of five different models all designed for different applications including Zone 0 environments, diesel oil and potable water. Alongside our Float Switches we have developed a range of compatible counterweights.

You will also find T-T’s contractor pumps at the RWM exhibition, the Liberator and PuddlePal which have always been very successful, not only in the UK but worldwide, since their initial launch back in 2012. This is due to the ability to be able to convert the pumps using T-T’s conversion kit which allows you to change the Liberator to the PuddlePal and vice-versa. This ensures the end user gets the maximum usability out of their hire fleet. The Liberator is an essential pump for the removal of ground water containing sand and silt, and the PuddlePal is a submersible pump which has the ability to pump down to 1mm, making it idea for removing water from flat surfaces. New for 2016 the Liberator and PuddlePal are now available in 316 Stainless Steel making them chemical resistant and suitable for salt water applications.

Don’t miss the chance to meet T-T’s knowledgeable team at the RWM exhibition, visit them in Hall 3-3A on stand K32 or call them on +44(0)1630 647200.

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