Online Trace Metal Monitoring Engineering Power Hour
RENEWAL TRAINING CREDIT HOURS FOR WATER OPERATORS AND ENGINEERS 1.00 TOTAL HOURS 1.00
LIVE DATE: 03/18/15
CEU TYPE: Technical
WEBINAR TYPE: Engineering Power Hour: These webinars will be product and service specific, with learning objectives
With more than 10 years experience in introducing new technologies to the water and waste water market, Tom Williams has worked with municipalities in USA, Canada, UK, Australia, China Singapore and all across Europe. From the UK, Tom is currently part of the British Water network and has sat on a number of Parliamentary Water Groups. Tom graduated in Chemical Process Engineering and Biotechnology from Sheffield University, UK. Mr. Tom Williams, Sales Director Manager will introduce the company, how their real-time monitoring instruments work, and how they can be used to optimize water treatment process and controls.
Aqua Metrology Systems Ltd. (AMS) – www.aquametrologysystems.com is a leader of online and offline analytical instrumentation for the detection of water contaminants, specifically disinfection by-products and trace metals, across municipal and industrial sectors. High frequency water quality data is essential for effective process control and optimization. As a result, the technical solutions manufactured by AMS are designed to provide reliable and repeatable information on water quality contaminants through continuous, real-time monitoring. Following two successful web presentations on THM monitoring Tom returns to tell us about AMS's new metals monitoring equipment.
The presentation will cover:
· Brief introduction to AMS and their suite of online water quality monitors.
· The value of using online water quality instruments compared to traditional laboratory analysis.
· The benefit of real-time trace metal data for early warning, process control and optimization.
· Case study of the Trace Detect online monitors being used
COST & REGISTRATION: Illinois Section AWWA Members: FREE; Nonmembers: $30.00; IND $25.00
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