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IWG Delivers its 2000th Unit to Dassault Falcon

Dec. 21, 2009 – B.C. – International Water-Guard has delivered its 2000th aircraft Water Treatment Unit to Dassault Falcon, IWG President & CEO David C.


December 21, 2009
By Melissa Damota

Dec. 21, 2009 – B.C. – International Water-Guard has delivered its 2000th aircraft Water Treatment Unit to Dassault Falcon, IWG President & CEO David C.

"2000 units represents a major milestone" he stated. "it shows the maturity and growth of our business, and demonstrates that we are here for the long haul. We have become the standard for on-board water treatment in the aviation industry."

The 2000th unit has been shipped to Dassault Procurement Services in Paramus, NJ, for installation on a Falcon 2000LX to be delivered to a customer based in North America.

IWG's products protect passengers and crew from on-board water contamination wherever they operate in the world, using ultraviolet light disinfection technology. They are available for the Falcon 7X, 900 and 2000, and can be found as standard or option on the world's largest business jets plus most VIP airliners.

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International Water-Guard is a Canadian aerospace company focusing on aircraft potable water treatment, systems and components. 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.

This news release contains certain forward looking statements that reflect the current views and/ or expectations of IWG with respect to its performance, business and future events. Such statements are subject to a number of risks, uncertainties and assumptions, which may cause actual results to be materially different from those expressed or implied. Except as required under applicable securities legislation, IWG assumes no future obligation to update these forward looking statements.

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