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Monitoring and Controlling Corrosion to Get the Most Out of Your Water



  March 14, 2019

  1:00 p.m. EDT, 10:00 a.m. PDT, 17:00 GMT




Corrosion is an expensive and somewhat unavoidable destructive chemical process that occurs naturally between metals and their environment. Proper corrosion monitoring and management can slow the damage caused by corrosion, however, many still struggle to see why corrosion is one of the largest costs to the U.S. economy with only health care and real estate having a larger cost impact.

In this educational webinar, Dr. Jay Gandhi, Sr. Market Development Scientist at Metrohm USA and Jay Sheffer, Ion Chromatography Product Specialist will discuss how to use ion analysis techniques to accurately and dependably measure corrosive ions, corrosion inhibitors and corrosion indicators. From the studies presented, you will learn how to identify and address the various impacts of corrosion throughout the plant, from source water to process water re-use. Topics will include the measurement of cyanide, halogens and sulfur, with further discussion on the key contributors to corrosion and how to control them.

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Key Learning Objectives

  • Learn how to conduct risk assessment of corrosive ions
  • Learn how to make better decisions in preventing high levels of corrosive ions in your components
  • Applications of Ion Analysis for corrosion indicators, control and prevention

Who Should Attend

  • Lab managers, Plant Managers and EH&S officers from refineries and power plants
  • Commercial utility managers from municipal water organizations and waste water treatment sites
  • Lab managers, QA/QC managers, production managers from automotive manufacturing, mining, pulp and paper


Jay D. Sheffer, M.S.,
Product Specialist,
Ion Chromatography,
Metrohm USA
Jay Ghandi,
Sr. Market Development Scientist,
Metrohm USA