Fluidtrol to Showcase Custom Aquatic Strainer Solutions at NRPA Show

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Basket strainer manufacturer can adapt products to meet system-specific requirements.

Aquatic Basket Strainer

A non-metallic basket strainer that resists corrosion from Fluidtrol Process Technologies, Inc..

“Made primarily from fiberglass, our aquatic basket strainers endure in the field for decades," said Erik Shell, President of Fluidtrol Process Technologies, Inc.

Fluidtrol Process Technologies, Inc., an ISO 9001–certified manufacturer of corrosion-resistant thermoplastic and thermoset basket strainers for aquatic and industrial facilities, will exhibit its unique approach to aquatic strainer design and fabrication at the National Recreation and Park Association (NRPA) Annual Conference held at America’s Center Convention Complex in St. Louis, October 5–8, 2016.

Fluidtrol recognizes that aquatics professionals have varied needs and can customize its standard catalog of non-metallic aquatic basket strainers to meet the higher bather loads of public swimming pools, the water safety requirements of waterparks, and the chemical treatment requirements of commercial pools, municipal aquariums, and zoos.

The NRPA Annual Conference is the premier annual meeting of the park and recreation community. More than 7,000 park and recreation professionals, citizen advocates, and industry suppliers attend.

“We’re thrilled to be a part of this important industry event and think we can really make a difference for park facility owners who have pools, aquariums, or zoo-like animal exhibits,” said Erik Shell, President of Fluidtrol Process Technologies, Inc. “Made primarily from fiberglass, our aquatic basket strainers endure in the field for decades. We’re more than happy to adapt our standard designs to bring those lifetime cost and maintenance benefits to park professionals with specific needs.”

Visit http://www.fluidtrol.com to learn more about Fluidtrol’s non-metallic aquatic basket strainers.

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