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Atmos International receives Queens Award for Enterprise: Innovation 2020

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Atmos International (Atmos), a specialist pipeline leak detection and location technology company, has received the prestigious Queens Award for Enterprise: Innovation 2020 for its Atmos Wave product. It is one of six companies in Greater Manchester to receive the award.

Founded by Dr Jun Zhang in 1995, Atmos now applies its leak detection technologies to over 1500 pipelines in more than 60 countries. Headquartered in Manchester, UK, it employs over 180 people globally. Its technology - Atmos Wave, which uses negative pressure wave leak detection methods, detects much smaller leaks and thefts and locates them more accurately than other systems in the market.

Atmos Wave is offered alongside Atmos Pipe, Atmos’ founding software product, to detect pipeline leaks and thefts around the world. In addition, Atmos offers a broad range of hardware including non-intrusive flow and pressure sensors designed to work with Atmos Wave, Atmos Wave Flow and other proprietary software developed in-house.

Atmos remains fully privately owned and is committed to seeing every pipeline fitted with leak detection.

Dr Zhang said: “I am delighted that we have received the Queens Award for Enterprise: Innovation 2020. It signifies a landmark in our 25th year. The Queen’s Award is also a recognition of our 180 colleagues who apply fresh thinking every day to provide excellent products and services to our customers.”

Now in its 54th year, the Queen’s Awards for Enterprise are the most prestigious business awards in the country, with winning businesses able to use the esteemed Queen’s Awards emblem for the next five years.

Read the article online at: https://www.worldpipelines.com/business-news/21042020/atmos-international-receives-queens-award-for-enterprise-innovation-2020/

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