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Burning Green - Managing clean flame combustion.

Lecture

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Meeting industry and environmental sustainability standards and goals is now a vital part in industrial combustion processes to strive for a cleaner world. Paul Carrington of Yokogawa UK will show what new techniques are used to achieve this.

Date and Time

20 February 2013 - 19:30-20:45

Location

Guildford, United Kingdom - icon_popup  (See map)

Organiser

Organised by the Surrey local network.


About this event

Meeting industry and environmental sustainability standards and goals is now a vital part in industrial combustion processes to strive for a cleaner world environment.

Our lecture will focus on how the development of enhanced control systems is helping companies maximise positive impacts on environmental protection through the use of more accurate measurements. One such tool is a spectroscopic analyser which uses tuneable laser diodes to accurately record key performance measurements to ultimately give us a cleaner world.

Programme

19:00 Doors open and networking.
19:30 Lecture starts
20:30 Question and answers
20:45 Ends
(End time may be flexible depending on Q&A's.)

Additional information

Speaker:  Paul Carrington is the Product Manager for Yokogawa's analysis products in the UK. He initially worked in the petro-chemical industry before moving into sales and marketing and has over fifteen years experience with Yokogawa.


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