Newland EnTech Co., Ltd.
Fujian Newland EnTech Co. Ltd., founded in September 2000, located in the Newland Science park, in mawei enconomic and technological development zone, Fuzhou, China. Newland is an affiliated company of Fujian Newland Group. Newland Entech has develop nine series of water treatment, as purification and disinfection products, such as UV disinfection systems, large ozone generator, deodorizing equipment and so on. These products have important application in large-flow municipal sewage treatment, water reuse, water purification, and air purification. These products have applications in other industries as well.

Address

No.1 Rujiang west Road, Mawei District,
Fuzhou, Fujian 350015
China
Phone: 86-591-8397936

Product Categories

Design-Build; Ultraviolet Disinfection Equipment; Ozone; Ozone Generation Systems, Components

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