Despite being a small portion of all field instruments, inline analyzers have traditionally required a large amount of time for maintenance and care. pH sensors are one of the most common types of inline analyzers, however, they are frequently misunderstood.
This seminar will take an in-depth and easy-to-understand approach to show you how to achieve optimal performance of your inline pH analyzers. The engineering thought process begins with understanding the theory of pH and the build of various sensors, each customized for a specific application.
Furthermore, the seminar will address how to use specific applications conditions to customize the entire analyzer loop using a step-by-step method. Finally, the accuracy of an inline analyzer is only as good as its calibration, cleaning, and care.
The seminar will conclude with how to use the top-of-the-line digital technology to facilitate best-practices in your cleaning and calibration routines. Digital technologies such as Combination Sensors, Predictive Diagnostics, Adaptive Calibration Timers, and seamless Industry 4.0 integration concepts will be showcased.
METTLER TOLEDO has an extensive history filled with many industry firsts in the field of inline pH analyzers. Offering a complete measurement loop including transmitter, cabling, housing, cleaning and calibration systems ensures a best-in-class measurement system.
This unique offering from METTLER TOLEDO will create unmatched confidence in you inline analyzers and economical gain through reduced worker-hours and extended measurement life. You will have the opportunity to join different optional e-demos at the completion of the webinar.
This webinar is free but registration is required in order to receive the login link. Register today to save your spot.
In this webinar, Ken Burnett, Product Manager for ABB Flow Products in Canada, will present how Ethernet-powered flow meters are a game changer for process industries.
The new ethernet connectivity offers increased agility and reliability of operations while reducing costs and increasing real-time visibility of data.
The added Power over Ethernet (PoE) functionality also allows customers more flexibility in the installation of their measurement points and takes out operational complexity.
The June event has now been moved to September 2021.
This year’s AGM will be hosted at the Rocky Crest Resort in Muskoka, Ont. The beauty of this location in the fall has to be seen to be believed. After a long year with no travel we can’t wait to welcome everyone back!
The AGM is a “must attend” event to gather knowledge and network with colleagues who have a stake in building our industry. With the right mix of business topics and networking you will leave the AGM better informed, connected, and engaged in a host of new ideas to address challenges in the marketplace and learn how to adapt in an evolving industry.
During the General Meeting, participants will learn about trends in the Canadian market, regulatory and academic liaison challenges and process-related events. The meeting will cover a range of issues including:
- Our opening keynote will teach your team how to use humour to reduce their level of stress, improve their mental health and increase their productivity
- An update from Canadian Manufacturers and Exporters discussing the current state of the economy and the latest in Canada / US relations.
dmg::events announces postponement of the Canada Gas & LNG Exhibition and Conference with new dates and venue.
dmg::events, on behalf of the esteemed Canada Gas & LNG Governing Body, has made the decision to postpone the event to May 2022 following the announcement of the delay of reopening of international borders to September 7, 2021, and the completion of an Canada Gas & LNG 2022 will be held at the previous venue, Vancouver Convention Centre, at full capacity, May 10-12, 2022.
The show team will be in touch with all the participants of the show to discuss the details of their participation in 2022.