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Airbus Corporate Jet Centre installs first IWG water system

Sept. 11, 2008, Burnaby, B.C.- International Water-Guard Industries Inc. has announced that this fall, the Airbus Corporate Jet Centre Toulouse, France will put its first IWG Circulating Potable Water System on an A319 ACJ.     


September 11, 2008
By Carey Fredericks

Sept. 11, 2008, Burnaby, B.C.- International Water-Guard Industries Inc. has announced that this fall, the Airbus Corporate Jet Centre
Toulouse, France will put its first IWG Circulating Potable Water System on an A319 ACJ.
    

"We are very pleased that Airbus's own Corporate Jet Centre will be the
first to install a Circulating Potable Water System on an A319," said David
Fox, IWG's president  CEO. "We will provide equipment and engineering support
to complete the integration of our patented water system design on this
project."
    
This version of the C-PWS augments system pressurization with continual
circulation of water by aviation water pumps, providing protection from
freezing and consistent water pressure and flow. The C-PWS also includes IWG's
NPS-A6 Water Treatment Unit to eliminate the threat from harmful bacteria and
viruses.

    
International Water-Guard is a Canadian aerospace company focusing on
aircraft potable water treatment and full water system solutions. IWG has
expertise in all aspects of water treatment, and has the products and know-how
to provide high quality water for passengers and crew, and light weight, space
saving solutions for the aircraft operator.