Davis & Shirtliff celebrates 20,000 filters sold

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Davis & Shirtliff, the market leader in water and energy solutions manufactured its twenty thousandth high-rate GRP filter. The original Dayliff high-rate GRP filter was introduced nearly 35 years ago. “I’ve been fortunate to celebrate many Davis & Shirtliff milestones during my 40 years with the company. However, this one is truly momentous, because after today we will have installed 20,000 water filters all across the country providing safe drinking water and protecting millions of people from water contamination,” said Davis & Shirtliff group chairman Alec Davis, adding that they are grateful to all of their customers who have put their trust in the brand, and to their employees whose dedication has helped the company protect so many. The familiar yellow tank has become the standard filter fitted to water treatment plants and most swimming pools in the region. The first 10,000 filters, according to the company, took over 25 years to be produced while the second 10,000 only 7 years owing to new technologies to enhance production capacity. Available in five diameters and various configurations, the filters are manufactured at the company’s Dundori Road facility and remain very popular in the market.

Davis & Shirtliff, the market leader in water and energy solutions manufactured its twenty thousandth high-rate GRP filter.

The original Dayliff high-rate GRP filter was introduced nearly 35 years ago.

“I’ve been fortunate to celebrate many Davis & Shirtliff milestones during my 40 years with the company. However, this one is truly momentous, because after today we will have installed 20,000 water filters all across the country providing safe drinking water and protecting millions of people from water contamination,” said Davis & Shirtliff group chairman Alec Davis, adding that they are grateful to all of their customers who have put their trust in the brand, and to their employees whose dedication has helped the company protect so many.

The familiar yellow tank has become the standard filter fitted to water treatment plants and most swimming pools in the region. The first 10,000 filters, according to the company, took over 25 years to be produced while the second 10,000 only 7 years owing to new technologies to enhance production capacity.

Available in five diameters and various configurations, the filters are manufactured at the company’s Dundori Road facility and remain very popular in the market.