Hankscraft Runxin's control valves are built around advanced ceramic technology.

Hankscraft Runxin® Set to Exhibit New Water Treatment Innovations 

On March 5-7, 2024, Hankscraft Runxin® will showcase their groundbreaking water treatment technology at the Water Quality Association (WQA) Convention and Exposition in Orlando, Florida.

Advanced ceramic technology for ball valves and control valves are one of the main highlights of Hankscraft Runxin®’s innovative product line. Made of highly engineered Alumina and Silicon Carbide components, it’s ideal for water treatment. Advanced ceramics are built to withstand wear and tear, resist buildup and hold an air-tight seal. The compound’s low torque, smooth turning capabilities make it energy efficient and low maintenance. Hankscraft Runxin®’s advanced ceramic components come with a lifetime guarantee, proving their worth and Hankscraft Runxin®’s commitment to being on the forefront of water treatment and fluid handling technology.

Innovative new products by Hankscraft Runxin® at the WQA Convention and Exposition include a dual tank control valve ideal for PFOS removal and a triple tank control valve with enhanced efficiency capabilities. Coming soon is an expansion into the field of smart irrigation, bringing soil-sensing, automatic and energy efficient irrigation methods to agricultural, commercial and residential applications. See Hankscraft Runxin®’s full line-up of products going to the WQA Convention and Exposition here. To learn more about Hankscraft Runxin®’s current product offerings, visit their website here

The WQA Convention and Exposition gathers water treatment professionals from across North America for networking, training, education and business opportunities. Expected to draw more than 3,000 attendees and more than 200 vendors, this year’s convention covers a host of relevant topics, from PFAS to business management. Hankscraft Runxin® hopes to see you there at booth 421.