When it comes to maintaining a stable water treatment operation, the right coagulant dose is critical for efficient flocculation. Traditional methods for setting this parameter are imprecise and labor intensive, and as a result, over- and under-dosing is common and response to process changes is reactive at best.
At the American Water Works Association’s (AWWA) Water Quality Technical Conference (WQTC) in Indianapolis, on November 13-15, Malvern will be showcasing its Zetasizer WT which helps water treatment plants better manage coagulation control.
The Malvern Zetasizer WT provides unique benefits unavailable by other methods:
- Fully automated on-line system that measures zeta potential of impurities in water – transforming controlling coagulation process from art to science.
- Provides a clear indication of a process change and enables a timely and accurate response.
- Significant chemical savings due to optimized plant performance.
Join us for a Lunch & Learn on the Benefits of On-line Zeta Potential for Water Treatment and see the Zetasizer WT on display! Come early as it’s standing room only!
Monday, November 14
Location: Malvern Booth #311
Listen to how the use of zeta potential to optimize coagulant dosage particularly with an on-line instrument provides a predictive tool for understanding plant conditions and can identify a plant upset or issue in production. Our technical specialists will be on hand to answer questions, and show you how the Zetasizer WT can take the guess work out of coagulation monitoring.
If you can’t make lunch then feel free stop by the Malvern booth #311 when you can. Alternatively, if you want to schedule a meeting with one of our Technical Specialists while at WQTC then Click here.