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The Avanti Company Expands into Georgia

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The Avanti Company is excited to announce the expansion of its Hach Flow Product and Services Representation to cover the State of Georgia.  Avanti has been successfully representing Hach Flow’s sewer flow monitoring products and Data Delivery Service for five years in Florida and will now take that expertise to our Georgia customers.

Hach Flow is a leader in sewer flow monitoring and providing data that Utilities and Engineers need, to determine inflow and infiltration in wastewater systems as well as continuous monitoring of flow and level.

With offices in Cumming Georgia covering North and Central Georgia and Tallahassee covering South Georgia, our Territory Managers Kevin Lutian and John Broadway will bring their Avanti flow metering skills to providing Hach Flow solutions to customers throughout the state of Georgia.

Hach Flow offers a suite of products including FloDar, the first non-contact sewer flow meter, a suite of submerged area velocity sensors, wireless loggers to send data as well as level sensors for wastewater process control.  Data Delivery Service offered by Hach Flow Guarantees 95% uptime data to assure good information and takes the hassle out of installing and uninstalling sewer flow meters in your system.  DDS preferred simply provides the information you need without the crews to deploy the system.  Why buy the drill, when you just need the hole.

The Avanti Company offers flow meters, assessment tools and metering systems in the water and wastewater system and represents companies such as McCrometer, Itron, Hach Flow, RedZone Robotics, Infosense, Liquid Controls, 64 Seconds, Nicor, DoMac and more.  Please call us at 800-284-5231 or visit us online at www.avanticompany.com

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