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Hach to Feature New Products & Real Customers at ACE13

Published: Monday, June 10, 2013
Last Updated: Sunday, June 09, 2013
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Hach will exhibit AF7000 Streaming Current Monitor and 5500sc Phosphate Analyzer at ACE13.

Hach Company will be exhibiting at American Water Works’ (AWWA) Annual Conference and Exhibition ACE13.

The focus of their program is to help water professionals optimize their process to save them time and money as well as feature a lineup of new and innovative products.

Featured Hach products at ACE13 will include:
• The AF7000 Streaming Current Monitor, designed with serious durability in mind, which allows for optimization of coagulation processes in drinking water
• The new 5500sc Phosphate Analyzer which offers low maintenance and minimal downtime while delivering consistently reliable results
• A preview of new portable and rugged colorimeter technology that offers users an intuitive experience with accurate results

In addition to these focused products, Hach has developed a program of events to offer attendees of ACE13 the opportunity to share knowledge and best practices.

Hach will host an interactive roundtable session, “Controlling Nitrification in Chloraminating Systems”, that will encourage participants to develop an action plan that they can implement at their own utility to prevent or control future nitrification.

Select customers will also be featured in the Hach booth at specific times during the exhibition to interact with their peers and share what they have done at their facilities to improve their processes.

These representatives, from Reading Area Water Authority and Western Berks Water Authority, will be available on Monday, June 10th at 11:00 am and Wednesday, June 12th at 10:00 am respectively.

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