Aqua-Chem, Inc., Milwaukee, Wis., recently announced plans to move to a new office facility in Trammell Crow's Park Place on the northwest side of the city. The glass and brick structure, now under construction, will house Aqua-Chem's corporate staff and two of its divisions, Cleaver-Brooks and Water Technologies.
The announcement was made by Bob Agnew, president and CEO of Aqua-Chem, Inc., who explained that consolidating the company's 325 Milwaukee employees in one central location will be very useful in improving communication and overall effectiveness.
Aqua-Chem has been solving tough problems with innovative technology for nearly 50 years. The company pioneered portable battlefield distilling plants to purify salt water and brackish water during World War II. It then developed the first of thousands of distilling plants for ships, offshore oil rigs, power plants and major land-based desalination systems.
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The Water Technologies Division of Aqua-Chem, Milwaukee, Wis., is offering a free brochure on the freshwater equipment manufactured by the company. Aqua-Chem has over 30 years of naval experience and its rugged, reliable systems have long been chosen by the U.S. Navy for use on submarines, destroyers
The Water Technologies Division of Aqua-Chem, Inc. recently introduced a new line of marine plate-type, seawater desalting evaporators, designated type "SP". The standard unit, using low-temperature waste heat, is capable of producing 10,000 to 15,000 gallons of fresh water per day; other sizes are
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