Stockton, Ca. - June 24, 2011 (Investorideas.com Newswire) - American Micro Detection Systems, Inc. (AMDS,Inc.), is pleased to announce a major Multi-Country Product Distribution Agreement today with Badger Meter, Inc. (NYSE: BMI) for itís REX Dissolved Metal Analysis Instrument.
Badger Meter, Inc. a noted worldwide leader in the manufacturing and marketing of liquid flow measurement and control technology products will provide far-reaching distribution channels for AMDS REX a leading-edge dissolved metals analysis instrument into the North American, Latin American, and European markets. Lynn Essman, AMDS/COO states: "Our agreement with Badger Meter is a significant and timely milestone, as the first commercial REX units are beginning to roll off the production line. Badgerís continued involvement will enable AMDS, Inc. to rapidly move into several market areas simultaneously. Over the last few months AMDS and Badger Meter have worked closely together to ensure the successful introduction of REX into multiple industrial markets such as mining, oil and gas, petrochemical, pharmaceutical, ultra-pure water, as well as the water utility markets."
The REX sensor offers remote data transfer capability with no user interface required and the ability to detect the concentrations of dissolved metals in liquid flow systems down to the part-per billion (ppb) levels in real-time and with 3 Sigma Accuracy (99.999%). The self-calibrating instrument combines the use of a Nano Cellular Carbon (NCC) membrane leading to a novel x-ray fluorescence technique (XRF) to selectively capture dissolved metal ions. AMDSís approach provides for a greater than 1000-fold concentration of the dissolved metal ions on the surface of the sensor target membrane.
About AMDS, Inc. American Micro Detection Systems, Inc. (AMDS,Inc.), is a privately held technology company located in Stockton, CA. that develops and manufactures innovative, real-time water analysis instrumentation working for a cleaner, safer environment for future generations.
Founded in Milwaukee, Wisconsin in 1905, Badger Meter has earned an international reputation as a leader in the development and manufacture of flow management solutions. Its products are used to measure and control the flow of liquids, including water, oil and chemicals. Badger Meter is publicly held and its common stock trades on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol "BMI."
Badger Meter is a founding member and ongoing participant in the American Water Works Association (AWWA), the trade group that sets the industry standards for water measurement in the United States.
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