MGA Controls exhibits at the UK’s largest water and wastewater conference

MGA Controls were amongst over 80 other leading organisations to exhibit at the Pump Centre Conference, Telford International Centre on 30th April 2014.

This year’s conference was bigger and better than previous years appealing to a wide audience throughout the water and wastewater sector.

MGA Controls Stand

MGA Controls Pump Centre

On the day Jason Dean was lucky enough to be selected by the Process Industry Forum team to be interviewed, we look forward to sharing this video with you shortly.

Jason Dean interview MGA Controls

What’s New?

Val-Matic Check Valves

The MGA Controls team were exhibiting to promoting our expertise to the water and wastewater industry, with testimonials from leading water companies such as Thames Water. The conference was also a platform to showcase the range of Val-Matic check valves.
Key benefits of these valves:

  • The products have been approved for use throughout leading water companies
  • WRAS approved materials
  • Reduces maintenance cost by over 80%!


MGA Controls literature

A bespoke piece of literature was designed especially for the Water and Wastewater sector, to showcase the benefits of the Val-Matic check valves.

For example:

  • Virtually Clog free
  • Maintenance free
  • Energy and carbon efficient


MGA Controls website

MGA Controls website has recently had redesign and there is now a section dedicated to the water and wastewater section. This enables the visitors to find a suitable product with the features and benefits.

Who else was there?

 Pump centre conference image


David Wilson

David Wilson, Managing Director MGA Controls concludes “The Pump Centre Conference was a great way for the team and I to meet with key decision makers within the water and wastewater sector” he continues “We met with a number of delegates throughout the day which the Pump Centre Conference platform made possible, the overall event was very well organised and attended and we look forward to attending these events in the future”