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Aviation Partners With IWG, Installing Pre-Select to Support Aircraft Weight and Emissions Reductions

International Water-Guard Industries Inc 3 mins read

SURREY, BC / ACCESSWIRE / January 4, 2024 / International Water-Guard Industries, Inc. (IWG) and have entered into an agreement to install IWG's patented "Pre-Select" Intelligent Water Quantity System on 52 B737-800 NG aircraft, making the first airline in Europe to use the product.

International Water-Guard Logo
International Water-Guard Logo has chosen the IWG Pre-Select system, which enables operators to accurately manage the amount of potable water carried based on data of actual usage from IWG's proprietary system, providing weight and jet fuel savings. IWG's Pre-Select is Transport Canada, FAA, and EASA approved, with STCs for Boeing's 737NG and the MAX -8 and -9 aircraft and installations completed in Canada, Europe, and the Americas.

"The IWG Pre-Select System provides immediate fuel and carbon savings by reducing aircraft weight through effective water management. Through trials with airlines, IWG has compiled a sizeable amount of data supporting the efficiencies gained through Pre-Select, and we are pleased to have become the first airline in Europe to take advantage of our product to help meet their operational goals and reduce emissions from flight," said Steven Bis, President and CEO of IWG.

"We are thrilled to partner with as our Pre-Select launch customer in Europe. Potable water management provides a tremendous return on investment and supports Jet2's sustainability strategy. Pre-select reduces aircraft weight as much as 180kg, 400lbs on each flight, providing a reduction in fuel required and carbon emissions. We look forward to further enhancing our systems and working together to support's specific requirements as well as installations with their additional fleet types," added Larry Morasch, Director of Sales with International Water-Guard.

Chris Hubbard, Director of Engineering & Maintenance at, said: "Travel and tourism is a force for good and, like all industries, we know how critical it is to reduce our climate impacts. We have already taken a number of tangible actions on our journey to Net Zero, and we are very pleased to be the first European airline to partner with IWG and install the Pre-Select system, which will help us achieve weight reduction benefits to further support that journey."

About IWG

Based out of British Columbia, Canada, International Water-Guard (IWG) has been helping commercial and business aircraft worldwide to improve the quality of the onboard water system, protecting both passengers and crew from the risk of waterborne illnesses, and providing exceptional components to enhance the capability of OEM installed water systems. IWG is a leading provider of flight-certified potable water treatment units, on-demand water heaters, and innovative weight-reduction water components and systems. As a Transport Canada-approved organization with numerous U.S. and Canadian Supplemental Type Certificates to its credit, IWG has the aviation experience to design, certify, and deliver the finest potable water treatment solutions.


About is the UK's third largest airline, providing leisure flights from the UK to sun, ski and leisure city destinations across the Mediterranean, Canary Islands and Europe.

Contact Information

Lucrecia Leon
Marketing Manager
604 255 5555

Steven Bis
President and CEO
604 255 5555

David J. Pohl
Director of Strategic Development
604 255 5555

Larry Morasch
Director of Sales

SOURCE: International Water-Guard


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