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Continuous Benzene-Specific Monitoring

Ion Science's Warner Haag teaches customers about continuous monitoring of benzene.

 In this 45-minute free webinar, he will cover the following:

  • What is specific benzene monitoring, and why does it matter?
  • Why are specific and continuous monitoring important?
  • How does the Ion Science Titan accomplish continuous benzene-specific monitoring?
  • What are the limitations?
  • How to maintain Ion Science benzene-specific monitors

Recorded Thrusday, September 15, 2016 at RAECO-LIC LLC

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Werner Haag, Ion ScienceAbout the speaker: Werner Haag, PhD serves as the senior applications chemist at Ion Science USA. He spent 15 years’ studying the environmental fate and treatment of pollutants in air and water, and has 20 years’ experience in the gas detection industry. He is the author of The PID Handbook — Theory and Applications of Direct-Reading Photoionization Detectors.

Justin Blackman (Service Manager), Terry Deeds (GM), Lonnie Anthony (W RSM) and Bob Ladzinski (E RSM) will also be on the call to support Werner as needed.

We thank Werner for sharing his knowledge during this exclusive session for our customers.

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