TecnoConverting Engineering was founded in 2005 with the purpose of solv-ing the different problems arising in the water treatment industry. During all these years, our group has grown and included new companies such as Barmatec, a firm specializing in aeration and blowing systems, TecnoCon-verting Portugal, our Portuguese branch with headquarters in Porto, from where we provide customers with a more direct service. And two new com-panies, also from the water sector, are planned to be joining the group soon.
TecnoConverting Engineering wins the 2017 IAGUA Award for Best Technology Prod-uct with the Manowar scraper. Many thanks to IAGUA for the award and for their great daily job in the diffusion of our water sector.
PORTO WATER INNOVATION WEEK was a great success and TecnoConverting Portugal took part in it, bringing along their water treatment equipment.
TecnoConverting will be present as an exhibitor at AQUATECH AMSTERDAM, which will be held in the Rai Amsterdam building, Europaplein 1080 GZ, October 31st to November 3rd.
For seven days, the city of Amsterdam will become the European capital of water and innovation.
Stand no. 01.128 will be displaying several products manufactured by TecnoConverting as well as some equipment that we distribute on the national market.
We are waiting for you!
After expanding the manufacturing sheds, TecnoConverting Engineering just inaugurated new offices for engineers and R&D staff. The new premises integrate the latest technology in terms of simulation and calculations as well as a VR installation for the presentation of equipment.
The replacements happened in the context of a project that aimed at improving a series of obsolete purifiers in the area of Lisbon. After all pertinent engineering calculations, the choice was made for PP to go for H60 models with the appropriate food certificate. The existing supporting structure could be reused, making assembly of the modules much easier.
TecnoConverting Portugal further consolidates its position as the reference in terms of water treatment solutions.
Illinois (USA) will be hosting WEFTEC, the world’s largest annual water quality technical conference and exhibition from October 2nd to 4th. We seized the opportunity of TecnoConverting Engineering‘s participating in the fair to interview the CEO, Lidia Piqué.
TecnoConverting will participate as an exhibitor at the PORTO WATER INNOVATION WEEK, which will be held in Porto Customs facilities, September 24th-30th.
For seven days, the city of Porto will turn into the European capital of water and innovation.
For the occasion, several conferences have been organized and major companies from the water industry will be exhibited.
At our stand, you will find the products manufactured by TecnoConverting as well as the equipment that we distribute on the national market.
We are looking forward to meeting you!
TecnoConverting Engineering supplies several FRP (fiberglass-reinforced polyester) covers for a treatment plant in Portugal. The 20-meter-diameter covers will be placed over the plant’s thickeners to avoid the bad smells they produce.
Thanks to its subsidiary in Portugal, TecnoConverting Engineering is consolidating its presence on the Portuguese market, establishing itself as the best solution for the design and supply of water treatment equipment. TecnoConverting Portugal is based in Porto, from where it supplies the whole country, as well as Brazil, Cape Verde, Angola…
TecnoConverting Engineering was chosen to supply equipment for one of Madeira island’s major water treatment plants. We were appointed to design, build and supply almost all the elements of the plant’s clarification system, i.e. the Tecno-Classic stainless steel scrapers, the supporting structure of the lamellar modules with the corresponding technical calculation report ensuring a load of 100% of sludge, the whole lamellar structure with its antiflotation system and stainless steel Thomson channels. The whole structure was built according to our Easy-Install system that ensures easy assembly and minimizes installation costs as it allows customers to use their own staff, avoiding the extra cost that sending specialists from Spain would incur.