Best Practices for Online Analyzer Maintenance Part 3

Best Practices for Analyzer Maintenance - Part 3

Part three of our new webinar series, How to Get Optimal Data with Online Instrumentation. In this four-part series, our experts review best practices for maintaining online sensors and analyzers, managing data, and establishing a standard operating procedure for maintenance.

Analyzer maintenance can be divided into cleaning, calibration, and consumables. Maintenance processes can sometimes be automated, making analyzer maintenance easier. However, wet chemistry analyzers are generally more complicated than in situ sensors, and each analyzer has its own set of requirements to ensure that it operates as intended. In this webinar, we dive into online wet chemistry analyzers, explaining where in the process to use them and how to keep them running smoothly.

In part three, learn the basics of online analyzers and when and where it's appropriate to deploy these instruments instead of in situ sensors. We showcase live demonstrations of required maintenance procedures and best practices to keep online analyzers functioning properly, IQ SensorNet Alyza IQ (orthophosphate/ammonium) and YSI's 3017M (chlorine) analyzers.

You’ll learn the following:

  • Which applications are best suited for online wet chemistry analyzers.
  • Best practices for maintaining analyzers and what's required for successful commissioning and operation.
  • How to perform the basic operation, startup, and servicing for each analyzer to ensure accurate and reliable data collection.

Who should watch:

Water treatment engineers, operators, instrument technicians, and superintendents who want to learn more about online instrumentation and sensor applications.

Earn CEUs!

After watching the webinar, attendees are eligible to receive a certificate awarding 0.1 CEUs (1 PDH) from the International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET). IACET CEUs are often transferable, so check with your local association to see if IACET credit is accepted. 

On-Demand - Best Practices for Online Sensor Maintenance Part I & II

Watch part one of the series, which covers maintenance procedures and best practices for YSI IQ SensorNet FDO (dissolved oxygen), SensoLyt (pH/ORP), and VARiON ISE (ammonium/nitrate) sensors.

Watch part two of the series, which covers the ViSolid (TSS), VisoTurb (turbidity), UV-Vis (nitrate, COD, BOD, etc.), and IFL (sludge level) sensors.

Meet the experts:

John Welsh, Senior Product Manager, YSI, a Xylem brand

John has been with Xylem for over 19 years. During this time, he has held the positions of Customer Support Manager and Director of R&D/Engineering, and for the past six years, he has been in product management. He has a broad background in analytical instrument design, development, application, service, and support. John Welsh has earned a Ph.D. in Chemistry, emphasizing Analytical Chemistry & Instrumentation Development.

Justin King, Process Instrumentation Product Manager, YSI, a Xylem brand

Justin King has been with YSI for over three years, working with YSI's process instrumentation product lines. He is experienced in commissioning, operating, and maintaining YSI's analytical instrumentation platforms. Justin supports YSI's process instrumentation product portfolio by conducting technical training, writing technical documentation, and assisting in product installations around the United States. He earned a B.S. in Business Management and Environmental Science from Miami University, Ohio.