Subscribe to our free daily newsletters
. Military Space News .

Subscribe to our free daily newsletters

AquaCell Helps To Keep The Missile Factory Clean

Illustration only

Rancho Cucamonga CA (SPX) Nov 15, 2005
AquaCell Technologies has announced that its Aquacell Water subsidiary has been selected as a sub-contractor for a comprehensive water treatment project for existing equipment at a Raytheon Missile Systems facility.

Dennis Tharan, Vice President of Operations for Aquacell Water stated, "We are thrilled to have been selected to provide services for this Raytheon facility, which has six filters, each operating at approximately 350-400 gallons per minute, that require inspection and service.

"These rapid sand filters are the primary filtration of ground water to supply water to a major part of the Raytheon facility. The first filter is required to be completed and recommissioned by mid December 2005. The remaining five filters are budgeted for the first and second quarters of 2006."

Mr. Tharan continued, "The scope of this project fits in well with our focus to provide a broad spectrum of water treatment equipment and services for municipal, industrial and large commercial projects. As indicated by this project, Aquacell continues to garner a greater recognition as a quality provider of a variety of water treatment projects, and anticipates a continued growth pattern in the upcoming quarters."

AquaCell Technologies recently filed to spin-off the Aquacell Water subsidiary to its stockholders. After the filing has been declared effective by the Securities and Exchange Commission, the Company intends to distribute the common stock of Aquacell Water to the then holders of record of AquaCell Technologies, and Aquacell Water will trade as a separate public entity.

Related Links
AquaCell Technologies
Search SpaceDaily
Subscribe To SpaceDaily Express

Raytheon Receives $1.3Bn Contract Modification For JLENS Development
Tewksbury MA (SPX) Nov 15, 2005
Raytheon received a $1.3 billion contract modification from the U.S. Army for system development and demonstration of the Joint Land Attack Cruise Missile Defense Elevated Netted Sensor System (JLENS).

  • Analysis: American Dynastic Diplomacy
  • Hu Says Stronger China Means Peace, Stability
  • Walker's World: Navy's China Diplomacy
  • US Needs Strong Military Presence In Asia: Study

  • Iran Warns UN Nuclear Watchdog Ahead Of Key Meeting
  • Analysis: N.Korea Unveils Disarmament Plan
  • Workers Strike At Top-Secret Israeli Nuclear Facility
  • Musharraf Defends Decision To Refuse Foreign Access To Nuke Scientist

  • Raytheon Receives $1.3Bn Contract Modification For JLENS Development
  • AquaCell Helps To Keep The Missile Factory Clean
  • US To Sell 150 AIM-9X Sidewinder Missiles To Finland
  • China Knocks Down US Missile Initiative

  • Sea-Based X-Band Radar Begins Transport Operation Through Straits Of Magellan
  • Poland Bids For 'Son Of Star Wars' Missile Defence: Report
  • BMD Focus: New Near Space Vision
  • BMD Watch: Nuke SCUD Threat To U.S.

  • Raytheon's RAPID Solution Supporting U.S. Army's FCA Supply Needs
  • NASA Flying Wing Model Soars In Historic Wind Tunnel
  • Boeing 777-200LR Sets New World Record For Distance
  • Boeing Projects $770bn Market For New Airplanes In Asia-Pacific

  • Dragon Eye Protects Troops, Improves Recon
  • Northrop Grumman Awarded Contract to Produce RQ-4B Global Hawks
  • Singapore Looking To Buy Unmanned Surveillance Aircraft
  • Global Hawk Tests Ability To Detect Airborne Targets Story

  • Scan Eagle UAV Keep Iraqi Insurgents On Defensive
  • Fresh Abuse Scandal Erupts Over Secret Baghdad Jail
  • U.S., Iraqi Troops Suffer Fewer Casualties
  • Analysis: 'Surprise' Annan Iraq Visit

  • EADS To Supply Digital Map Generators For Eurofighter And Tornado
  • VMA-214 Makes Aviation Munitions History Aboard Peleliu
  • EADS To Supply Digital Map Generators For Eurofighter And Tornado
  • Boeing Small Diameter Bomb Enters Operational Testing

  • The content herein, unless otherwise known to be public domain, are Copyright 1995-2006 - SpaceDaily.AFP and UPI Wire Stories are copyright Agence France-Presse and United Press International. ESA PortalReports are copyright European Space Agency. All NASA sourced material is public domain. Additionalcopyrights may apply in whole or part to other bona fide parties. Advertising does not imply endorsement,agreement or approval of any opinions, statements or information provided by SpaceDaily on any Web page published or hosted by SpaceDaily. Privacy Statement