Tour This Water Plant and See How Its Supervisor Puts Hach Instruments to Work

The water plant in Norton, Kansas, depends on a full-range of Hach instruments to monitor water quality

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Jamie Amlong, supervisor of water and wastewater facilities in Norton, Kansas, says he relies on various Hach analytical instruments to test water quality. In this online exclusive video, Amlong explains how he uses the Hach DR900 to test free chlorine and total chlorine, the Hach TitraLab AT1000 potentiometric titrator to check chlorine dioxide and chloride, the Hach 2100N turbidimeter to test turbidity, and a Hach pH probe to monitor water quality. He also gives viewers a behind-the-scenes look at the water plant’s filter process.



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