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Zenit webinar features wastewater cutting system

The fourth in a series of six webinars in English developed by Zenit, will take place on Wednesday 7 April at 9.30 CET and will look at the company’s Chopper line and its cutting system for fouled wastewater.

This webinar series continues to focus on theoretical issues as well as products and covers topical issues related to solutions for wastewater treatment in civil, residential and industrial environments.

The speakers at the webinar session on 7 April are Bobby Ng, general manager, Zenit Asia Pacific and Gonzalo Salarich, regional sales manager, Zenit Europe. They will discuss the Chopper line which combines the energy-efficient features of the company’s UNIQA line with a hydraulic chopper which can expel any solid, shreddable body present in the wastewater by using an effective cutting system.

The remaining two webinar dates are as follows:

  • Wednesday 21 April, covering domestic submersible electric pumps and prefabricated lifting stations for civil and residential wastewater. The speakers will be Moris Montanari, general manager, Zenit Europe and Celso Ferreira, regional sales manager, Zenit Europe.
  • Wednesday 5 May, which looks at Zeno Navigator, the Zenit online services platform. The speakers will be Bobby Ng, general manager, Zenit Asia Pacific and Eng. Clement Henquinet, pre/post sales engineer at Zenit.

To book any of the Zenit webinars, visit the Academy area of the Zenit website

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