The Basics of Chloramination: From Plant to Distribution System

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Explore the challenges that come with initial chloramine creation, common issues in chloraminated distribution systems, and how to mitigate nitrification and water quality break down. By the end of this webinar, participants will gain an understanding of the following topics:

• The disinfection byproduct rule

• The history of chloramination

• How plants implement chloramine

• Best practices for measurement and control

• Distribution system challenges


Julie Dawson, Chemical Engineer, Subject Matter Expert
HF scientific, a WATTS brand

Julie is a Chemical Engineer with over 20 years’ experience with water chemistry and analysis. A graduate of the University of Alabama (Roll Tide), Julie has worked with Nalco, Hach Company, Thermo Fisher Scientific and now HF scientific.

Some of Julie’s accolades include the 2013 Water Environment Federation Laboratory Analyst Excellence Award for outstanding performance, professionalism, and contributions to water quality analysis.

Chris Schuermann, Electrical Engineer
Schuermann Enterprises, Inc.

Chris Schuermann is an Electrical Engineer with over 40 years of experience with control and automation systems.  A graduate of Oklahoma State University, Chris has been specializing in water treatment automation systems for the past 20 years and has vast experience in chloramination and rechloramination stations.


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