August 22, 2013 After Meetings and discussions with Culligan International management team and Board of Directors of Allen Filters, Inc. and the Managing Members of Allen Global, LLC have decided to enter into an exclusive vendor relationship with Culligan International. The terms of the partnership encompass Allen Filters, Inc and all other companies under the Allen Global, LLC umbrella.
Just like energy, just like oil, water’s a finite resource. I think in areas where water is initially seen as plentiful, you take it for granted, but sooner or later that comes to an end. That can come to an end for one of two reasons.
Water is an essential ingredient in industrial production. In some
cases, it is critical for the production process itself (i.e., process
water). For the food and beverage industry in particular, water is a
crucial element in the actual product. Food and beverage companies often
require water that is similar to drinking water -- albeit with some
differences. The water must be consistent and reliable, regardless of
where in the world they use it. Therefore, initially getting the right
quality of water is critical. Further, the quality of water drives the
quality of many processes, particularly how energy is used in a plant:
Better quality water typically leads to better efficiency of energy use.
Culligan, a leading global innovator of
advanced filtration and water softening solutions for more than 75
years, has opened a new, expanded facility at 1540 Harris Road in
Libertyville, Illinois. The expansion features 217,000 square feet of
prime manufacturing, assembly, warehousing and office space.
Approximately 75,000 square feet is dedicated to manufacturing – triple
the capacity of Culligan’s previous facility.
Solutions, a division of Culligan International Company focused on
water treatment for commercial and industrial markets, will appear
on 21st Century Business, an award-winning international television
series produced by Multi-Media Productions. Featuring an interview
with Allan Connolly, Chief Operating Officer of Culligan
International, the show focuses on how the company is helping
businesses of all kinds around the world successfully manage their
water treatment challenges.
The underlying principle in the Water-Energy nexus is that it takes water to produce energy, and vice versa. As a result, there are many opportunities for water treatment in Oil and Gas facilities – both upstream and downstream. They include water treatment for steam generators, pilot plants, produced water treatment, temporary mobile water treatment until wells are proven, and potable water treatment for remote camps.
Zilio S.p.A have provided Acqualatina S.p.A. with Italy's first
large scale water treatment system designed to remove Arsenic and
other contaminants from municipal water supplies. The Culligan
system, which is the largest installed in Italy for the
potabilization of water, and one of the largest municipal systems
in Europe designed for Arsenic removal, was inaugurated on January
31 in Aprilia, a town in the province of Latina in the Lazio region
of Italy. It will enable residents to draw potable water from
municipal waterworks in compliance with new Italian regulations
that took effect at the beginning of January.
Culligan, a worldwide leader in water
treatment, signed an agreement to provide specialized water
treatment technology to Belarus at the VII Belarusian Investment
Forum held in Minsk on November 15, 2012. The Forum and agreement signing was hosted by Belarusian Prime
Minister Mikhail Myasnikovich, Deputy Prime Minister Vladimir
Semashko and Nikolai Snopkov, Minister of Economy and establishes
Culligan BEL, which will be headquartered in Minsk.The agreement brings overseas investment into Belarus, creating
an assembly and production for the high technology plant to be used
in support of the Belarusian Government's ambitious Clean Water
Project, which will bring improved drinking water quality across
Culligan®, a leading global innovator of advanced
water treatment solutions for more than 75 years, has signed an
exclusive distribution agreement with CFAO to develop opportunities
in the water treatment market in Africa. Culligan will provide water treatment equipment and services to
residential, commercial and industrial customers through its
comprehensive portfolio of technologies and services.
Culligan Matrix Solutions is expanding its mobile water treatment solutions business in response to increasing demand for this service. Culligan's® mobile water treatment fleet provides comprehensive multi-level water purification, monitoring, and control in a single solution for peaking plants and base loaded plants in the energy and power, oil and gas, and chemical processing industries.
North American Culligan Dealers Amp Up Technical Know-How and Training Chicago, Ill. (October 8, 2012) - Culligan Matrix Solutions, a division of Culligan International, a leading global provider of water treatment solutions for business and industry, is holding a Commercial and Industrial Forum October 8 - 9 in Rosemont, Ill. Culligan dealers from North America are gathered for high-level training and continuing education, the introduction of new programs, sharing best practices and reviewing the latest industry data impacting this important business sector. Culligan Matrix Solutions provides customized industrial water treatment systems for food and beverage manufacturing, pharmaceutical production, oil and gas facilities, energy and power installations as well as for municipal water systems.
Culligan® Introduces the Hi Flo® xN Series Softeners and Filters New Systems Round out Extensive Pre Treatment Product Line for Commercial and Industrial Use CHICAGO, IL – November XX, 2011 – Culligan, a leading global innovator of advanced
Culligan Introduces High Efficiency Water Softener for Commercial Use Feature Rich Softener Meets Wide Range of Customers’ Water Quality, Operational Efficiency Needs CHICAGO, IL – July 21, 2010 – Culligan, a leading global innovator of advanced filtration and water
Businesses across all industries are establishing sustainability programs, which have resulted in the development of plant metrics on water and energy use. Because these metrics—and their associated costs—are often part of corporate sustainability goals, the demand is growing for industrial water treatment solutions that can reduce overall water consumption in various plant operations.
The importance of water quality cannot be overlooked in the food and beverage industry, which is why many manufacturers continually make investments in personnel and equipment to lower the risk of contamination and improve product quality. However, the task of ensuring the water that is used in the manufacture of products is high quality can still seem daunting. Fortunately electronic monitoring capabilities can provide real-time water quality data, reducing the burden on plant staff. In fact, plant managers can be instantly alerted when an error situation occurs; either via an alarm or, in some instances, by an alert that is sent to their handheld device.
Comprehensive RO Systems Offering Meets Widest Range of Customers’ Water Quality, Quantity Needs
Many cities and states across North America have begun implementing water use restrictions as they strive to address water conservation and protection goals based on critical water shortages. Commercial businesses located in these areas must adhere to mandatory water cutbacks
Culligan, a leading global innovator of advanced filtration and water softening solutions for more than 70 years, unveiled a comprehensive new line of commercial and industrial reverse osmosis (RO) products as part of its new Culligan Matrix Solutions™ – which debuted earlier this year to provide greater flexibility, speed to market and cost savings to customers.
Five Key Considerations to Choosing the Best Water Treatment System for Your Plant
With the latest advances in technology application, the power industry may have more options than it did in the past for treating wastewater. It’s a great time to rethink the traditional approaches for water treatment or reuse and look at new, cost-effective alternatives.
Proper planning is the key to any successful project, especially when it comes to designing a water purification system. Let’s say you’re a plumbing engineer for a major manufacturer that relies on purified water for part of its assembly process. What would happen if that water treatment system was to fail? Are you willing to shut down a $35,000 per hour paint line in a production facility because your water treatment system isn’t working properly? Would the entire plant be at risk for shutting down? What kind of service is your water treatment provider willing to commit to? The implications of ceasing production might cost the plant hundreds of thousands of dollars in downtime and delayed orders.
Culligan, a leading global innovator of advanced water softening and filtration solutions for more than 70 years, has just redefined industrial water treatment with the introduction of its new Culligan Matrix Solutions.
Culligan International Company, a global innovator of high-quality water treatment solutions for residential and business use, introduced its next-generation brine reclaim technology for use with Culligan’s commercial water softening systems and patented MVP™ Electronic Controller.