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Sorry if we missed you at the National Water Quality Monitoring Conference

We’re sorry we missed you if you weren’t able to attend the National Water Quality Monitoring Conference in Portland last week It was a great meeting and we had lots of interesting conversations. Looks like customers attending the show were mostly interested in how easily we can customize sensors for different CDOM/fDOM applications as well as how our PhytoFlash Active Fluorometer can be used to provide an early indication of algal blooms. For those folks who did attend, thank you for helping to make it a fantastic show. We always appreciate your comments and product feedback.

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4 Responses to Sorry if we missed you at the National Water Quality Monitoring Conference

  1. Hello, if you could be so kind……..
    I was at the national water conference recently in Portland, Oregon and unfortunately was unable to meet with your representative who attended. Would it be possible to have him/her contact me (or maybe that’s you) for a brief email conversation? Looking at interface opportunities.

    Regards,
    Kathleen Anderson
    Agilaire Corporation
    646-736-8002
    kanderson@agilairecorp.com

  2. td-administrator says:

    Hello Kathleen,
    Thank you for your message. Our sales representative will be contacting you at the email provided shortly.

  3. Brian Behrens says:

    Do you have any case studies you can provide where your Optical Brightener sensor was used? Alternatively do you have any folks using the sensor that would be willing to talk to me? I am interested in bringing up this technology with my boss, but need to read about how folks are actually using it and/or talk to folks using this sensor in the field.
    Thanks

  4. td-administrator says:

    Hi Brian,

    Here is a link to our Optical Brighteners application page. There is a lot of good information that can be found there.

    http://www.turnerdesigns.com/applications/optical-brighteners