WWEM 2016 Exhibition & Conference

Weatherall will again participate in the Water, Wastewater & Environmental Monitoring (WWEM) Exhibition and Conference at Telford on 2nd and 3rd November 2016. You can find us situated in the area of the exhibition, supported by CoGDEM, focusing on Gas detection and Hazardous area monitoring.

Riken Keiki will be helping on our stand, and we’ll be demonstrating the latest Riken gas detection instruments, including the new model GX-6000; a  powerful hand-held instrument capable of simultaneously monitoring up to 6 gases. With 2 smart channels for PID, IR or super Toxic sensors, plus 4 standard confined space gases: combustibles, O2, CO, & H2S.

This year we’ve expanded our range of instruments and are pleased to annouce we have started distributing for another Japanese manufacture, Toray Engineering Co., Ltd. who make precision zirconia oxygen analysers.

We’ll also be exhibiting IMSPEX’s GC-IMS (gas chromatograph with ion mobility spectrometer), a sophisticated analytical technique for a multitude of applications, including Siloxanes in Biogas.

This year our Seminar Workshop titled

“Understanding the importance of siloxane, odour and flavour taint monitoring”

will be presented by Dr Emma Brodrick of IMSPEX.

This technically focused workshop will host a brief discussion around the importance of siloxane and odour monitoring, with attention also given to the rapid detection of Geosmin and 2-Methylisoborneol (2-MIB) concentrations.

It will be a practical ‘hands on’ session with an open discussion on the need and ease with which waste water and its gasses can be analysed using the latest GC-IMS technology. The workshop will demonstrate the rapid capabilities of the at-line monitoring system and its necessity and benefits of implementation.

Pre-registered visitors receive free entry to the workshops, forums and exhibition, plus free parking, lunch and refreshments. Non-registered visitors will pay £20/day.

We look forward to seeing you on Wednesday 2nd or Thursday 3rd November at WWEM 2016 on our stand 65, or at our Seminar Workshop.