Accurate and Repeatable Colour Analysis - Instrumentation and Technique
Join Hach experts Juergen Moeller-Kemsa and Ralf Koenig on June 6th as they review the instrumentation and techniques that ensure the most accurate and repeatable liquid colour measurements. Instrumental color analysis is a significant improvement over visual analysis - eliminating variability and providing quantitative color values. As experts in the field of liquid colour analysis, Juergen and Ralf brings their knowledge and expertise to a discussion of the development of this methodology and how it can be implemented in your quality laboratory.
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|Juergen Moeller-Kemsa holds a Dipl.-Ing. Electrical Engineering from Duesseldorf University. Juergen spent the first 10 years of his career working in various technical roles for Dr. Lange GmbH. Since 2001, Juergen has been a Product Manager with Hach. In these roles, Juergen has developed new instruments applications for Hach customers in multiple industries. Juergen has been a member of the EDQM working groups for colour and turbidity since 2005. He is also a member of the ISO working group ISO/TC 35/WG 5 working group for Naval stores. He co-authored the most recent version of the Ph. Eur. color method 2.2.2.|
|Ralf König holds a university degree in chemistry and started his career at Hach in 1992. For Hach he works in various departments such as Marketing, Research & Development, Product Management and beginning 2004 for several years as Vertical Market Manager for DW, WW, food & beverage, pulp & paper, power industy and diverse bio-gas applications. In 2012 Ralf took over the responsibility for Regulatory Affairs (EU municipal and industrial water legislation, committee work at CEN/ISO). Since 2017 Ralf is responsible for customer trainings as well.|