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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Workshop Focuses on Industrial Discharges: 'Are you paying too much for your effluent?'
HACH LANGE is hosting a workshop on wastewater cost minimisation in Newcastle Upon Tyne on Tuesday 4th October. There will be no charge for the workshop which will provide attendees with an insight into the ways in which self-monitoring can ensure regulatory compliance and help reduce costs.
The workshop will include both practical and classroom sessions, and explain the main factors affecting trade effluent cost. In addition, there will be sessions covering both continuous monitoring and sampling for laboratory analysis.
The key topics will include the Mogden formula, sampling techniques, TOC, COD, BOD and Operator Self Monitoring (OSM). Speakers will include technical experts from HACH LANGE in addition to staff from Northumbrian Water's Trade Effluent Team.
The practical sessions will include an opportunity to operate best practise in sampling and testing, whilst also providing a chance to see HACH LANGE's latest spectrophotometer the DR 3900, which employs RFID technology to deliver extremely high levels of traceability.
The workshop will run from 10am to 4pm with complimentary lunch and refreshments provided. Places are only available to UK mainland companies and are being allocated on a first-come/first-served basis. To reserve a place, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
For further information please email HACH LANGE LTD