PRLog - Oct. 18, 2012 - FRESNO, Calif. -- LAKOS Separators and Filtration Solutions will be in Booth #3 at the California Groundwater Association Show later this week and Randy Delenikos will be giving two technical presentations as well. The first presentation, “Sand Separators - Dos and Don’ts,” will take place on Friday, October 19 in the “Tools of the Trade” venue at 10:45 am. It will include application qualifying, model selection, installation, and troubleshooting techniques to make sure that the filtration is properly applied and successfully installed to avoid problems.
Randy Delenikos VP Waterworks
The second presentation is titled “Water Well Filtration” and will be given on Saturday, October 20 at 11:00 am. Mr. Delenikos will host a discussion of the many products that can be applied to help clean up well water. Photos, diagrams, and Filter Selection Guidelines list will be provided. This program will also be one of many that attendees can attend to earn their CEU points.
Randy Delenikos has has worked in the filtration industry for over 35 years and held a number of prominent positions at LAKOS including Vice President of Marketing and Vice President of the Groundwater and Industrial divisions. He is currently Vice President for the new Waterworks Filtration line of products.
LAKOS Centrifugal Separators for groundwater are the leading filtration systems in the industry. With no moving parts to wear out or replace, LAKOS Separators are the economical and efficient choice for groundwater applications everywhere.
LAKOS Separators and Filtration Solutions is celebrating 40 years (1972-2012) of removing solids from water and other liquids in a variety of applications and industries. The company operates from a 120,000+ square foot manufacturing, sales, marketing and engineering headquarters in Fresno, Calif. Originally designed for groundwater and agricultural uses, LAKOS separation and filtration solutions are now also targeted to key industrial and heat transfer markets around the globe. For more information, visit http://www.lakos.com.