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Water quality sensors; functionality and benefits

May 23

Overview:

The workshop focused on 5 very important measurement in the water and waste water industry. The workshop aimed to bring together supply chain and end users, (some presentations had dual presenters). Part one of each presentation explained the theory of operation of these fundamental sensors, by way of a refresher for older members of the industry or an introduction for newcomers. Part two focused on case studies showing the impact of these sensors on the water industry.

At the end of the day held a ‘Water Quality Sensors’ Question Time’.

Chaired by: Mike Strahand, ATi

Sponsored by: ATi

Location: Hebden Bridge Town Hall, St George’s Street, Hebden Bridge, HX7 7BY

Presentations can be downloaded in pdf format from the below links:

  1. Digital Combination electrodes the new standard in Water Analysis?Mike Sparrey ABB
  2. Dissolved Oxygen Sensors – Understanding technology without the marketing. Dave Wilson, Partech 
  3. Chlorine monitors, theory, practice and use through the ages.Chris McTear ATi & Derek Leslie Severn Trent Water
  4. Using UV 254 measurements for coagulation control. Rob Paramore, Process Instruments
  5. Turbidity measurement – theory, technologies and practice.David Claridge Endress+Hauser Ltd & Danny O’Connor, United Utilities

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Date:
May 23
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Organizer

SWIG

Venue

Hebden Bridge Town Hall
St George's Street
Hebden Bridge,HX77BYUnited Kingdom
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