Water Tech Week Keynote Address Will Feature LINX Technology

February 14, 2011

Rayne Water Corp. CEO Nicholas Memmo will give address

Pionetics Corp. announced that Nicholas C. Memmo, CEO of Rayne Water Corp., will deliver a keynote address on Feb. 16 at Water Tech Week 2011. The subject of the speech will be the Rayne Evolution with LINX Technology.

The title of the Keynote is “Innovation Comes to the Water Treatment Industry – After 35 Years of Stagnation, the Drinking Water Industry Takes a Giant Technological Leap Forward.”

“When I was asked to speak at Water Tech Week 2011, I knew immediately that my keynote address had to be about the LINX Technology,” Memmo said. “Rayne has been selling this technology under the product name Rayne Evolution for a year. The response has been overwhelmingly positive and our dealers are immensely proud to be able to offer their customers a drinking water system that is truly leaps and bounds more advanced than any other system on the market. This keynote address is my opportunity to share this technology with other industry leaders.”

“We are thrilled by Rayne’s recognition of LINX’s advancement in technology and by Rayne’s commitment to the product,” said H. Martin Jessen, vice president of Pionetics Corp. “Being in partnership with Rayne has been very rewarding. Rayne has been providing water treatment solutions to residential and commercial customers since 1928, and we are delighted to partner with such a long-standing and reputable company. Rayne epitomizes the exact traits we are looking for in business partners – a company whose objective it is to provide the latest technology while protecting the environment.”

LINX Evolution Drinking Water Systems are offered as an under-the-sink model or as a bottleless water cooler. According to the company, they produce less waste than RO systems, use programmable software and display indicator lights that provide detailed system status and allow the consumer to customize the taste of their drinking water for more or less mineral content.

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