Hach webcast to focus on industrial reuse of cooling water

Phil Kiser, technical applications manager for The Hach Company, will be the presenter for the next PennWell Water Group webcast on March 8 at 1 p.m. EST (10 a.m. PST and 18:00 GMT). Sponsored by Hach, the subject of the webcast is "Cooling Water Reuse - Monitoring Solutions to Meet the Challenges of Today's Industrial Environment"...

TULSA, OK, Feb. 27, 2006 -- Phil Kiser, technical applications manager for The Hach Company, will be the presenter for the next PennWell Water Group webcast on March 8 at 1 p.m. EST (10 a.m. PST and 18:00 GMT). Sponsored by Hach, the subject of the webcast is "Cooling Water Reuse - Monitoring Solutions to Meet the Challenges of Today's Industrial Environment."

Its focus is on the protection of water resources is vital in today's environment. The largest users of water in many industrial and manufacturing settings is the utilities section -- cooling water and boiler water. Not only is proper control integral to successfully running these processes, the conservation of these water resources in equally important.

For cooling water control, the goal is to concentrate the water as much as is feasible to insure minimum water usage (called control of cycles of concentration), but to also maintain the proper water chemistry- both due to the concentration of harmful constituents and the maintenance of beneficial corrosion and fouling control agents.

This is a great balancing act - keeping everything is just the right concentration and equilibrium for everything to work just right. The key for maintaining these balances is using online monitoring tools. Although the common tools of pH control, hardness control, conductivity control and others have been practiced for some time, the tools continue to get better. Today, online instrumentation has reached unprecedented levels of accuracy and precision. Ease of use has improved until almost anyone can easily understand how to operate this instrumentation. This seminar will explore advances in these technologies and explain their use in today's tough environmental atmosphere.

For additional information, or to sign up for the free event, CLICK HERE.

For over 50 years, Hach (www.hach.com) has provided superior, innovative solutions for industrial water analysis. The unit of Danaher Corp. (www.danaher.com) offers portable, laboratory, online instruments, and reagents for over 250 parameters -- the broadest range for industrial water analysis. Its products and services are designed to maximize plant productivity, meet regulations and increase efficiency of quality control. Hach is trusted by Fortune 500 companies across many industries, including chemical, power, paper, metals, food and beverage.

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