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Hach Water Information Management Solution™ (Hach WIMS™)

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The Hach Water Information Management Systems, Hach WIMS and Hach WIMS On-Demand LIMS solutions are designed for drinking water and wastewater systems.  Hach WIMS offers streamlined reporting, user-defined alerts, powerful charting, graphing and mapping tools.

Hach Water Information Management Solution™ (Hach WIMS™) software provide secure data collection, streamlined reporting, user-defined alerts, and powerful charting, graphing and mapping tools all make this possible. WIMS is ideal for managing and reporting data to the EPA, state, and other regulatory agencies.

  • Central, Secure Database
  • Built-in Equations Manage Complex Calculations
  • Troubleshooting Tools Ensure Data Is Verified
  • Regulatory and Internal Report Templates Save Time
  • Customizable Dashboards and Features
Product Hach Water Information Management Solution™ (Hach WIMS™)
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Hach Company
P.O. Box 389 Loveland, CO 80539 USA

Tel: +1 800-227-4224 or +1 970-669-3050

Email: info@hach.com



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