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Article Date: 16th January 2013

Aquilar - 2012: That was the Year that was

Gas Leak Detection - Leak Detection - Refrigerant Leak Detection

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Well what a year. The Queen's Golden Jubilee, the London Olympics and the jaw dropping sight of a man falling from space...something for everyone we think.

So as the dust settles on another year we've taken stock of our achievements and present to you...

Aquilar in 2012 - our best bits...

CONTINUED GROWTH

At the end of our 12th year we see increased sales in a tough but growing market. November sees the highest number of individual projects quoted since the business was launched!

A MILESTONE IS REACHED

The Aquilar team now has a combined total of 50 years of knowledge and experience in the leak detection sector.

GOING UP IN THE WORLD

Our water leak detection systems were installed within Europe's highest apartment project in Northern Europe, The Shard.

HELPING OUR CLIENTS MAKE THE GRADE

We introduced new products including a PIR Automatic Water Shut-Off System to help our clients gain BREEAM credits under Wat 03.

NEW APPLICATIONS

New hazard area approvals open up fresh opportunities within the petrochemical and industrial sectors.

WE WENT LARGE

We completed our largest application yet for the stand-alone refrigerant gas sensor with over 500 supplied to a residential apartment development.

THINGS TOOK OFF AT HEATHROW

We supplied both water leak and refrigerant gas detection at Terminal 2, Concourse 5.

RECORD BREAKERS

2012 saw a record year for sales of hydrocarbon fuel sensors helping environmental and safety concerns within the industry.

WE WENT OLYMPIC

We were the proud suppliers of the refrigerant sensors within the Velodrome and are also supplying devices for the next Commonwealth Games in Scotland.

All in all, we had a great year!

We do hope you had a great year too and would like to wish you a highly successful 2013.

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