ABOUT IWAKI AQUATIC

Iwaki Aquatic was established as a division of Iwaki America Inc. in 2016.  Iwaki has a presence in over 30 countries and Iwaki America is one of the largest operations focused on the design, manufacture and support of pumps. Our 60 plus years of pump design engineering has made us a worldwide leader of the best chemical handling equipment used in OEM, Industrial, Chemical Process and Semiconductor applications. In addition, Iwaki America is the global headquarters for the company's Walchem water treatment controls business. Our manufacturing facility is located in  Holliston, Massachusetts, 30 miles southwest of Boston.  Iwaki America, Inc. and Walchem are strengthened by sharing combined administration and corporate management resources, yet each company maintains and focuses on its own research and development, sales, customer service and manufacturing. Our modern facilities provide enhanced communications between all departments and allows for enthusiastic and productive employees, many of whom have been with the company for decades. We utilize the best data management techniques to serve our customers in the excellent manner they have come to expect from us.

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Chris Collins, Product Manager
508-474-2020
ccollins@iwakiamerica.com
Chris joined Iwaki America in 2002 as a product support engineer after graduating from Wentworth Institute of Technology with a degree in mechanical engineering.  He has held various manufacturing and engineering  roles through the years and is currently a Product Manager and Lead Engineer who supports all pump products and aquatic systems.  In his role he melds engineering with sales and marketing to provide solutions to our customers.  He is passionate about Iwaki's products and vision and strives to follow through on all projects.
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Jean Daher, Senior Mech. Engineer
508-474-2008
jdaher@iwakiamerica.com
Jean joined Iwaki in 2015. He has been working with the aquatic team in research and development of the new fish tank design. He spent 14 years at Sloan Valve company designing automated fixtures used in commercial plumbing market. His duties included research and development, prototyping, qualifying, releasing production parts. Jean has a Bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering from Wentworth Institute of Technology.
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Eric Moore, Sales Manager
508 782-3585
emoore@iwakiaquatic.com
Eric joined Iwaki Aquatic in 2016. He has been working with aquatic researchers for over 17 years helping them design, plan, manage and maintain their aquatic systems. Eric received his Bachelor’s degree in Aquaculture and Fisheries Science in 1999 from The University of Rhode Island and began his career that same year with Marine Biotech. In 2008 Marine Biotech merged with Aquatic Habitats and then with Pentair in 2013. Eric is well known for his commitment to his clients and his knowledge of Aquatic Research Systems.
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Chris Andrikos
Engineer
508-474-2045
Candrikos@iwakiamerica.com
Chris received his Bachelor’s degree in Aquaculture and Fisheries Science in 2011 from The University of Rhode Island. He went to Auburn University for graduate school and worked at the shellfish hatchery, spawning and growing oysters and marine micro-algae. Chris has a strong background in water quality and has worked in biotech performing R&D with products for the aquaculture industry. He is passionate about designing, installing, and maintaining aquatic life-support systems and keeping animals healthy and thriving.
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Bill Peacock, Engineer
508-474-2006
bpeacock@iwakiaquatic.com
Bill has been involved in the design, product development, manufacturing, installation, and support of aquatic research and aquaculture systems for over 20 years.  He began his career at Marine Biotech in 1996 and continued as a senior project engineer at Aquatic Ecosystems and Pentair.  Bill has developed many standard products for the aquatic research industry and has led the design and implementation of numerous custom lab systems.  Bill has a Bachelor’s degree in Wildlife Management from the University of Maine.