Ovivo is a global provider of equipment, technology and systems producing the purest water and treating the most challenging wastewater in the industry. Ovivo is a powerful global brand with renowned trademarks, possessing more than 150 years of expertise and references in water treatment, supported by its proprietary products, advanced technologies and extensive system integration knowhow.
Ovivo delivers conventional to highly technological water treatment solutions for the industrial and municipal markets, and leverages its large installed base of equipment around the world to offer parts and services to its customers. Ovivo is dedicated to innovation in an industry that is in constant evolution and offers water treatment solutions that are cost-effective, energy-efficient and environmentally sustainable. Ovivo is owned by SKion Water International GmbH and Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec.
Myron L manufactures high performance, cost-effective water quality management tools. Our instrumentation makes it simple to measure, monitor and control Conductivity, Resistivity, TDS, pH, ORP, and Temperature. Innovative new field test kits feature conductometric titrations for rapid analysis... Read More
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-Oil & Refining
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Water for public supply can be obtained from underground sources (for example, wells sunk into aquifers), or from surface sources such as purpose-built reservoirs or lakes (collecting rainwater run-off or water from streams) and from rivers. The safety of the water is of utmost concern - the... Read more