Whether you want to check the carbon content of waste water or keep an eye on the salt content of your process water, when it comes to water analysis, HACH LANGE is the perfect choice. We have years of experience in water analysis and offer a broad range of services.Our company history dates back to Berlin 1933, when Dr. Bruno Lange set up a company in his own name employing six people. Inventions such as the photometer and later on cuvette tests have revolutionised the field of analysis, making it possible to conduct extensive analyses without the need for in-depth knowledge of chemistry.HACH LANGE was born in 2004 when Dr. Bruno Lange joined forces with HACH, an American company specialising in electro and photochemistry. The expertise of these two companies is now combined, benefitting you, our customers!That's not all, our company is continuing to grow and already has 22 subsidiaries around the world, including branches across Europe, China and the USA.
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Wastewater Workshops Focus on Cost Reduction
HACH LANGE recently organised two free seminars that examined some of the latest wastewater management techniques. Technical experts from the company, including Dr Michael Häck from HACH LANGE in Germany, gave presentations within the theme of 'Energy Optimisation and Cost Savings'
Commenting on the success of the events, Darin Stell, who is responsible for HACH LANGE in the UK, said " We have recently been involved in a number of wastewater applications in which major cost savings have been produced as a result of process improvement initiatives. The purpose of the seminars was to ensure that the information on how to achieve these improvements is dispersed as widely as possible. Naturally, we were delighted that each seminar was fully booked."
The presentations covered topical subjects such as Dissolved Oxygen control, Ammonium set point control of DO, chemical and biological phosphate removal, and de-nitrification.
Case studies were employed in order to illustrate the key issues. For example, Steve Langlois from Anglia Water outlined his experiences at Dunstable WwTW in which aeration costs were reduced through DO set-point control with Ammonium measurement.
A further case study at Burnley WwTW featured the monitoring of phosphate in order to regulate chemical dosing and ensure compliance with a phosphorus discharge consent.
Sarah Blayds, who organised the workshops for HACH LANGE said "Further seminars are planned for the future and invitations will be issued to all those that have registered to receive our Newsletter at www.hach-lange.co.uk. The wastewater seminars will be repeated at the Marriott Hotel in Swindon on Wednesday 30th November 2005. In order to reserve a place please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0161 886 9905 "
For further information please email HACH LANGE LTD