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Pure Water at the Touch of a Button

In the hunt for a standardised supply of purified water for pharmaceutical or biotech production, the pursuit may be over. In the beautiful setting of Cliveden above the River Thames in Berkshire, Vivendi Water Systems launched ORION - the next generation of hot water sanitisable, water purification product. Among the cluster of bright new features arrayed in ORION, three stand out prominently in line with the industry's expectations: regulatory compliance, reliable performance and ease of use.


Vivendi Water Systems - the environmental engineering specialist in water supply - identified an increasing, yet unfulfilled demand for pure water for use as an ingredient in formulation or as a rinsing and cleaning agent in the life sciences industries.

Vivendi Water Systems is a subsidiary of Vivendi Water, acknowledged as the world leader in design and construction of equipment, systems and services for water treatment.


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