Keystone Industries enters into partnership with Apavia

Apavia and Keystone Industries entered into a partnership in February to increase the introduction of water treatment products to the dental market.

Apavia and Keystone Industries entered into a partnership in February to increase the introduction of water treatment products to the dental market.

Keystone will allow customers direct access to purified dental water, an ISO-certified amalgam separator to mitigate E.U. regulated mandates for waste water discharge, and a chemical-free disinfectant for dental unit water lines, surface disinfection, and odor control.

A statement about the partnership said, “The collaboration with Keystone Industries will allow Apavia to bring many years of water treatment and disinfection know-how to the international dental community. The agreement will enable Apavia to provide increased value to dental customers worldwide with expanded service and responsiveness as well as product and technology advancements with a well-known and trusted name in the water industry.”

Since 2013, Apavia has provided the dental community with innovative water filtration solutions from the point of entry to the point of exit. The company recently launched the AVTMax Amalgam Separator as an alternative to meeting EPA regulations in dental office equipment rooms.

The agreement will continue the companies’ shared commitment to cost effectively solve water and filtration concerns faced in the dental industry.

Keystone Industries, which was started in 1908, has added a new pharmaceutical manufacturing facility in Gibbstown, N.J., and offers international service with their Sigen, Germany, headquarters.

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