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Dinner Meeting

November 27 @ 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm

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  • Dinner Meeting
    • Cocktails: 5:00 PM
    • Dinner: 6:00 PM
    • Presentation: 7:00 PM
  • Dinner Menu
    • Maple Roasted Squash Soup
    • Maple Sausage Stuffed Pork
    • Creme Brule

 

  • Presentation
    • Inline Analyzers and their Applications in Chemical Industries.
      • Modern industries face many challenges to remain profitable in the value upgrading of bulk and fine chemicals. Adherence to Industry 4.0 and Sustainable Chemistry principles are more than ever vital in taking on these challenges. A key aspect of these are the use of inline analyzers and their intelligent automation abilities. Inline opportunities in numerous applications will be discussed as well as their best practices. Examples include distillation columns and separation units, scrubbers and strippers, reaction vessels, and auxiliary processes such as waste-water treatment and Co-generation facilities. Through the applications, measurement opportunities for pH, ORP, dissolved oxygen, turbidity, conductivity, and gas analyzers will be considered.
  • Speaker
    • Ryan Kershaw of Mettler-Toledo
      • Dr. Martin Schümperli
        Global Specialist – Chemical Industries and Applications
        Dr. Schümperli has extensive experience throughout the chemical industry,
        preforming visits and consultations at over 400 chemical production sites on
        behalf of Mettler Toledo Process Analytics. These sites include (but not limited
        to):
         Bulk and Petrochemicals
         Intermediate and Fine Chemicals
         Pulp and Paper Industries
         Metals, Mining, and Minerals
         Herbicides and Pesticides
         Pigments, Paints, Coatings, and Resins
         Hygienic and Personal Care Products
         Auxiliary Power Co-generation and Waste Water Facilities
        The specialist for the chemical industry brings experience from providing on-site
        support and consultation for best-practices in implementing new, and improving
        existing instrumentation installations. Emphasis is first and foremost for
        solutions to provide automated inline measurement systems with minimized and
        simplified maintenance, increased reliability, enhanced safety, and less process
        downtime. Overall, always adhering to a bottom line of value-added to the
        process and reducing production costs.
        The broad background of Dr. Schümperli includes doctoral research at the
        esteemed Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETHz), and engineering
        degrees (Chemical, Manufacturing) from McMaster University in Canada,
        previous appointments also include: Industrial Inspection for the Region of Peel
        Environmental Control, and LEAN and SIX SIGMA Engineering for Kraft Foods
        and Nestlé-Waters.
        His background, experience, and sound understanding of chemical processes,
        and their challenges, allows for a unique opportunity to bring inline
        measurement solutions which can offer proven financial gain for the customer.

 

  • Reservations, Cost & Contact Information
    • $15.00 for ISA Members, $25.00 for Non-Members
    • All ISA Members and Guests are requested to reserve in advance
    • Please reserve before Monday – November 20, 2017.
    • For special dietary needs, please contact the Sarnia Golf & Curling Club three days prior to this meeting.
      • Phone:  519 336 2201

Details

Date:
November 27
Time:
5:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Event Category:

Venue

Sarnia Golf & Curling Club
500 Errol Road West
Sarnia, Ontario N7V 1X7 Canada
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Phone:
519 336 2201
Website:
http://www.sgcc.on.ca/