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ABB to exhibit latest technologies for water and air monitoring at WWEM & AQE 2018 shows

ABB's new AquaMaster flowmeter and Dynamic QR code remote assistance tool for air quality systems to feature at WWEM & AQE 2018 shows

ABB at AQE waterABB will be highlighting its offering for water and air quality monitoring applications at this year's co-located Water, Wastewater and Environmental Monitoring (WWEM) and Air Quality Emissions (AQE) shows at the Telford International Centre, 21st-22nd November 2018.

Attractions will include a look at the new AquaMaster 4 flowmeter and an advance preview of ABB's next generation digital pH sensing and transmitter products at WWEM, while AQE will feature the ACF5000 hot/wet extractive continuous emissions monitoring system for combustion applications plus a demonstration of ABB's new Dynamic QR code tool for remote diagnostics and maintenance of continuous emissions monitoring systems.

ABB also features in the workshop programmes for both shows, with ABB specialists delivering talks on key topics relating to water and air quality measurement, including advice on using the latest digital technologies to help maximise data quality and availability in air quality emissions measurement applications.

ABB at AQE air"A growing number of companies are being driven to find new ways to improve their environmental performance and optimise process efficiency whilst driving down costs," says Steve Wilding, UK & IE Field Sales Manager for ABB Measurement & Analytics.

"As a way of measuring both the quality and quantity of water and air, the latest generation of measurement instruments and analysers can provide vital first step in helping to meet these objectives. When coupled with developments in digital technology, they can help to unlock new levels of environmental performance and process efficiency with the lowest cost of ownership."

For more information, or to register for WWEM and AQE, visit https://www.ilmexhibitions.com. For more about ABB's solutions for water and air quality measurement, visit www.abb.com/measurement or call 0870 600 6122, ref. 'Environmental monitoring'.