JD7 rebrands as Aquam Pipe Diagnostics

Company paves way in North America for expansion of pipeline inspection, condition assessment and in-line leak detection.

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Aquam Corp is a global clean-tech firm that provides infrastructure support, rehabilitation and diagnostics solutions for water and gas infrastructure.

SAN DIEGO,JUNE 8, 2017-- JD7, a subsidiary of Aquam Corp., announced today that the company is rebranding to Aquam Pipe Diagnostics, effective immediately. The new company name, logo and corporate structure will allow for greater market penetration for its technology and services, as well as new product license agreements and distributors across North America.

"The announcement of a new name reflects the company's continual transformation and encompasses future pipe diagnostic technology that is currently being developed by our R&D team," saidDaniel Krywyj, Managing Director, Aquam Pipe Diagnostics. "By aligning our brand with our parent company, we acknowledge the ongoing progress and hope to add value for our licensees, distributors and stakeholders."

Aquam Pipe Diagnostics technology is used globally for potable water, gas and industrial pipeline investigations focusing on asset assessment, pipeline CCTV and in-line leak detection. The products are for sale through a network of distributors and are available for field services for asset owners, municipalities or contractors via approved licensees.

Aquam Pipe Diagnostics will be debuting the new brand at AWWA's ACE17 Annual Conference & Exposition later this month inPhiladelphia, PAat booth 2555. To learn more, visitwww.aquamcorp.com.

About Aquam Pipe Diagnostics
Aquam Pipe Diagnostics technology is used globally for potable water, gas and industrial pipeline investigations focusing on asset assessment, pipeline CCTV and in-line leak detection. We offer products for sale through a network of distributors as well as offering specialist field services for asset owners, municipalities or contractors via approved licensees.

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