AquFlow an Irvine, California based manufacturer of chemical metering pumps announced the launch of their all new website which automatically adapts to various formats including tablets, mobile phones and PCs. After several successive years of double digit growth in sales and expansion in product line AquFlow developed a website that is more user friendly and interactive. The new website will be populated with graphic and video rich content to showcase AquFlow’s product line as well as its unique customized solutions.
“AquFlow’s growth over these years has been fueled mainly by the satisfied customers who keep coming back to us for many of their pump related needs. They are usually so satisfied with our product and especially our service that they often demand we offer more comprehensive systems and a wider range of solutions. Our new website is the first step towards providing them with a platform to get this information to them when and where they need it.” according to Akbar (Al) Hussaini, CEO. “New content in the form of instructional videos, case studies and application assistance will soon feature on the website to make the customer experience almost as delightful as using our AquFlow pumps and systems.”
The new website will also feature AquFlow Blog that will cover not only the latest news and developments in the chemical dosing world but incorporate archives of newsletters from the past for easy reference. Additionally AquFlow is also investing resources to incorporate social media and organic SEO to improve their ranking in major search engines. “This new website will be a huge factor in our domestic and international growth strategies” said Dan Lanman, Sales Manager.
AquFlow based in Irvine, CA manufactures a complete line of chemical metering pumps, accessories and systems for water, wastewater, oil & gas (API 675), agriculture (fertigation and fumigation) and other industrial markets. Originally founded in 1972 as Hydroflo in Plumsteadville, PA, AquFlow relocated to Irvine after its acquisition by Precision Flow Technologies Inc. in 2007