Water drilling really pays off when Coffey and water mix

Tom Coffey, a Chemilizer's water treatment specialist, stirred the imagination while creating a surge of Chemilizer product excitement during his recent talk to 34 members of The Well Driller Association of North Central Florida...

LARGO, FL Aug. 29, 2005 -- Tom Coffey, a Chemilizer's water treatment specialist, stirred the imagination while creating a surge of Chemilizer product excitement during his recent talk to 34 members of The Well Driller Association of North Central Florida.

During the meeting held in Ocala, Fla., Coffey demonstrated how Chemilizer's CP33 Series can be an invaluable tool for all well drillers, specifically for cleaning and disinfecting of potable water for human and livestock consumption.

Because the area is internationally recognized location for horse breeding, the inevitable question arose: "Can Chemilizer's injectors be used to water horses?" asked Mark Morris owner of Central Florida Well Driller of Belleville, Fla. Morris drills wells on numerous horse ranches that surround Ocala in Marion County, Fla. "A perfect match," said Coffey. "And you might even consider using the disinfected water to wash horses as well as for nourishment," he added. Coffey's action packed, idea-generating thirty minute talk ended with a standing applause from the assembled group.

C. Thomas Coffey is a certified installer and water specialist for Chemilizer. He served for over two decades in both the U.S. Marine Corp. and U.S. Army specializing in water drilling and water management assignments. Coffey is a member of the Water Quality Association (WQA) and has served on the association's Education Assembly Committee. He's available to answer questions on applications that include residential/industrial use, de-scaling agents and algaecides added to boilers, chillers and filter systems.

Chemilizer Products Inc. (www.chemilizer.com) has produced quality injectors for over three decades for global users in agriculture, animal health and water management applications. Research, manufacturing and administrative activities are conducted in the company's modern 20,000 sq. ft. facility located in Largo, Fla.

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