CHAMPAIGN, Ill., May 1, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- ANDalyze, a water analytics technology company, will provide an overview of its water sensor technology solutions and market focus at the WaterVent investment forum in Philadelphia, PA on May 4th. Presenting on behalf of ANDalyze, will be Marty Dugan, Chief Marketing Officer who is in charge of revenue generation for the company. Mr. Dugan leads a team of product managers and scientists who deliver heavy metal sensing and analytic solutions using the company's patented DNA enzyme sensors products to solve such problems as measuring the amounts of lead in drinking water and other heavy metal detection problems.
ANDalyze products are sold globally into municipal, industrial, mining, environmental and laboratory application to accurately measure heavy metal concentrations with the goal of protecting human health and the environment. ANDalyze has sold over 30,000 sensors and its technology has been tested and validated by the US EPA. ANDalyze is launching new product lines and planning on market expansion in 2017 as it promotes its business at WaterVent.
An ANDalyze customer, Jeff Connell, Environmental Services Manager at the St. Paul MN Public School Systems was quoted in an ABC News interview stating, "This (ANDalyze) give us results instantaneously…..the speed and the lower cost was really important to us."
"ANDalyze enables municipal and industrial customers to detect, and measure harmful concentration of lead and other heavy metals in any drinking water source, to well within US EPA limits. This gives our customers the needed tool to quickly identify harmful levels of metals and to quickly remediate the problem without the delays and the much high cost of using more complex laboratory services," said Mr. Dugan.
ANDalyze has both portable hand-held instrumentation and automated continuous monitoring instrumentation for a variety of water quality applications. Its sensor technology can measure lead, copper, mercury, zinc, uranium and other metals and is now being developed to measure E.coli bacteria.
Mr. Dugan holds a BS Engineering and MBA from Boston University, and is a frequent speaker at global water technology events.
SOURCE ANDalyze, Inc