Industrial Water Preparation
Smart and efficient water preparation for your manufacturing
The treatment of water plays an important role in industries. After all, the right quality of water ultimately determines the quality of a wide variety of products that are processed with water.
After having discussed the topic of Smart and efficient wastewater treatment in the previous webinar, this second webinar in the water series focuses on the treatment of water for use in industrial processes.
Such preparation can be short and simple or complex, but in any case ifm offers innovative automation solutions that reliably support you regarding water treatment.
What you can expect from the webinar:
In this webinar we will look at water treatment in industries with particular reference to filtration processes, ion exchangers and reverse osmosis. Of course, we have our best process sensors and solutions for vibration diagnostics in mind for you. Practical examples show how simple smart and efficient water preparation can be.
With over five years of experience at ifm and into her new Role as Global Business Development Manager, Sophie Dubbick leads the firm's critical strategic initiatives and development in Water Industry. As the department head, she is responsible for the industry's growth while working functionally along with the Global sales organization. With previous experiences working in restructuring and turnaround management at a global consultancy firm, she is highly motivated and passionate about finding solutions to better our planet's future.
|Johan van Binnendijk|
For over 20 years, Johan van Binnendijk is working with ifm. In these years, he worked on three continents and four different countries in various positions: among other in sales and as product manager. Because of his long experience in different roles, Johan trains ifm’s internal and external customers on almost all products and solutions ifm offers. His focus is on the Asia Pacific region, but his webinars are available for a worldwide audience. He currently lives in Japan and is based in Osaka.
|Andy Walker has been with ifm as a Product Sales Manager for just over a year now. He has worked in instrumentation and control since he was 16 years old: He sharpened his experience during ten years at Endress+Hauser, five years at Vega and fifteen years as a control and instrument engineer in the water and oil & gas industries.|