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2020 Educational Water Analysis Webinars

2020 Educational Water Analysis Webinars

May 18, 2020

The English webinars are free to join and allow a knowledge share with minimal impact on your busy schedule. The presentation itself will be approximately 40 minutes with a further 20 minutes to raise questions or dive deeper in to the approaches outlined.


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Optimization of aeration control to secure the plant and save energy Register & attend the recorded event

How to preserve your turbine life by measuring four key parameters to lower corrosion in power industry Register & attend the recorded event

Innovative monitoring solutions for drinking water Register & attend the recorded event

Saving chemicals by optimizing the coagulation process in drinking water
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Hach "Off-The-Shelf" software systems offering a wide range solution to adjust treatment process in the wastewater treatment facilities Register & attend the recorded event

New wastewater technologies turning discharge control into cost saving and renewable energy for food & beverage plants Register & attend the recorded session

New automatic online ATP measurements for real time monitoring of microbiological growth in drinking water Register & attend the recorded session

Anaerobic Digester Monitoring Helps Avoid Process Upsets and Maximize Biogas Production Register & attend the recorded session

Monitoring of toxicity in influent of industrial and municipal waste water treatment plants Register & attend the recorded session

New automatic online ATP measurements for real time monitoring of microbiological growth in cooling water
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