Measurement of dissolved metals and other components in Drinking water production

28 April 2021


Monitoring of dissolved metals and other contaminants in drinking water production is crucial and driven by legislation. However, lab measurement reporting delays can often prevent timely process adjustments to production facilities. This is why online measurement is essential and provides operators with the necessary tools to ensure water quality standards are met throughout the process. Hach® can now cover all aspects of online monitoring and this webinar will provide you with the technical details behind these methods and highlight their importance.


1 hour

Learning Objectives

  • Refresh your understanding of parameter monitoring during drinking water / beverage make up water production.
  • EU regulation is a fluid landscape that guides treatment strategies. This webinar will cover some of the principals and trends of metals regulation.
  • Learn how implementing around-the-clock monitoring can help your facility stay in control of your treatment processes.
  • Learn about advancements in technology that enable online, continuous monitoring of your operation, allowing peace of mind and providing the complete picture of the water treatment process.
  • Submit your questions for our Q&A session at the end of the webinar and receive a Q&A document as a report following the webinar.


Measurement of dissolved metals and other components in Drinking water production

Wed, Apr 28, 2021 10:00 AM CEST (12:00 PM GST)

This English language webinar is offered free of charge. The presentation will take approximately 40 minutes, followed by a Q&A session. Use this opportunity to gain and share knowledge with minimal impact on your busy schedule.

Not able to join the webinar on the day?

Don’t worry! After you register for the live event, you will receive a link to the website where after the webinar is complete, you can listen to the recorded session as well as access the download library for relevant Hach documentation.

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