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GRINTEK, Tashkent | Water Purification

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GRINTEK, Tashkent | Water Purification

GRINTEK was founded in 1996. It is based in the Nuclear Physics Institute (Tashkent, Uzbekistan). Our industrial purification, softening and disinfection filters successfully function in every region of Uzbekistan. We have also successfully exported some of our products. Our water treatment systems are certified and perfectly fit individual climatic and water characteristics of Uzbekistan.

We develop and produce any industrial water filters:

We also produce and sell fibrous cation- and anion-exchange sorbents for water and air purification.

We perform a legionella (and other bacteria) water risk assessment in air conditioning and water supply systems of hotels and health resorts. We also develop and realize risk minimization plans.

Our clients in Uzbekistan:

  • LA VITA, Makiz Baraka, Tip-Top, AQUAMARIN, Wimm-Bill-Dann, Nestle, Uzzheldorpass, Domfresh, Eriell group, PROMSULPHAT, Asia Diamond Classic, Alviero, Radiks, Gambrinus, Osterbrau, Pride, Baykal, NTK, Krasota-Plus, Istal, Uzbek Boiler Ltd., JMP Int., the Interconitental Hotel, BUNYODKOR, the Tashkent Zoo, Sifat and hundreds of other state and commercial enterprises.

Our distributors in other countries:

  • Russia (Central part): Energoalliance Ltd., St. Petersburg, mail @ energy-alliance.spb.ru
  • Czech Republic: Prote Ltd., radomir.malis @ seznam.cz
  • Great Britain and Western Europe: HydroScape Ltd., induchny @ btinternet.com

Our certificates:

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