Aqualution Systems Ltd
Aqualution Systems Ltd have developed a process from the application of electro-dialysis and ion exchange of a salt-water solution to produce a stable version of hypochlorous acid, extending its shelf life and allowing its use as a biocide for commercial and domestic use.
21 generators were installed at a processing plant in Kenya - reducing water used from 500,000 litres per week to under 100,000 litres per week with annual savings of £250,000.
In 2016 a second system was installed in Kenya along with a system in Egypt.
Orders have been received for a third system in Kenya and three systems across the UK with Interest from Ghana, South Africa and Brazil.
The design and manufacture of chlorine dioxide products and water treatment dosing systems for projects around the world.
Building on work done by Heriot Watt University, a specialised water disinfection was designed for Doha in Qatar. This was built in Scotland and shipped to Qatar in 2015.
By tailoring their approach to customer needs they have found success in a ranger of markets including Egypt, Turkey, India, Portugal and Chile.
By collaborating with other Scottish based companies Scotmas aim to integrate their technology with other water filtration and waste water technologies.
Using technology originally developed for fish farms to diversify into public aquaria, swimming pools and drinking water.
Dryden Aqua's AFM technology currently provides clean drinking water for millions of people around the world along with over 200,000 swimming pools and some of the world's largest aquariums.
The company's factory is the most sophisticated filter media manufacturing facility in Europe.
Plans are now being progressed to open new manufacturing facilities in Asia to offer a more efficient service to existing clients in India, Bangladesh, Cambodia, Vietnam and China.