The measurement of high purity pH samples in power applications presents significant challenges to understand, apply and maintain analysis instrumentation. The source of the additional “magic” is the fact that high purity samples by their very nature have a very low conductivity, which presents its own set of issues and challenges in comparison to routine pH measurements. The presentation will explore the theory of pH and how it can be successfully applied in high purity applications, discuss both standard and solution temperature compensation, review installation requirements, and illustrate good calibration and maintenance procedures to facilitate satisfactory measurements.
In this webinar we will:
Timothy J. Roth
Senior Analytical Application Specialist
Tim has played an integral role in the promotion, application and sale of process instrumentation having successfully held various positions in direct sales and sales management over the past 40 years. Tim is a veteran of the United States Air Force and earned his Associate degree in computer engineering from the Milwaukee School of Engineering and Bachelor of Science degree from Marquette University. In Tim’s current role, he is actively involved with the application and sale of both liquid and gas phase analytical analyzers used across a broad spectrum of markets and applications. Tim has been a member of Yokogawa’s dynamic analytical team for the past 15 years and resides in West Bend, Wisconsin, with his bride of 43 years.