Training

WWET Training on Particle Counts and Turbidity

Chemtrac recently conducted a four-hour training class for Water Wastewater Education & Training (WWET), in Henderson, NV.  There were over 50 attendees from the local area. The group was mostly composed of operators from the City of Henderson, Las Vegas Valley Water District (LVVWD), Southern Nevada Water Authority (SNWA), and Southern Nevada Water Services (SNWS).The training was well received by those in attendance.  The WWET training coordinator, Brett Goodnow, had the following to say, “Chemtrac’s training was probably the best I have seen on those subjects. If found it very interesting that turbidity and particle counts do not always correlate. It was my impression that they would always complement each other. We had particle counters for years and now realize we did not fully un...

Operator Training in Auburn, Alabama

The Alabama-Mississippi Section of AWWA  is working to provide low cost, convenient training opportunities for its membership.  See the attached flyer for FREE Operator Training in Auburn, Alabama.  Seating is limited for this event so register soon.  Breakfast will be provided by the Section....

Tennessee Closes the Gap in Operator Training

Continuing education for Water Treatment Operators, and keeping up with the latest available technologies is quite essential. Personnel from five Tennessee water plants took advantage of Chemtrac’s “Optimizing Coagulation Using Streaming Current Measurement” workshops during 2014. Operators from La Vergne, Madison, Centerville, Harpeth Valley, and Bon Aqua learned how the Laboratory Charge Analyzer saves valuable time, and gives added coagulant dose determination precision as compared to routine jar tests. ...

South Carolina Water Treatment Plant benefits financially from Chemtrac Training

A water treatment plant in Batesburg-Leesville, SC sponsored a Chemtrac Technical Training Program on April 10, 2014, for all operators and maintenance personnel.  Mark Vandiver, Chemtrac, Inc. conducted the training.A newly purchased Chemtrac SCM2500 Streaming Current Monitor (SCM) aids plant operators in determining the optimum coagulant dosages. And their lab pH meter helps determine the amount of caustic required for pH control. [blockquote align="right" cite="Utilities Director" color="" bcolor="" ]Mark’s approach and knowledge of the streaming current process along with the hands-on training was instrumental in stowing confidence in the water plants’ operations staff.  Now the SCM monitor is one of our primary operating tools for chemical feed equipment operations and plant flow adju...

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