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pH monitoring in Pharma Permitted Outfall with M4Knick


In a pharmaceutical plant, there are multiple steps in treating wastewater created during drug manufacturing. There are three pH-dependent stages: Equalization, Neutralization, and Final Effluent. These are all critical processes and require accurate pH measurements to treat the wastewater produced by the facility. A failure of one of these measurements can cause upsets in the treatment process. Upsets create the potential for permit violations leading to financial penalties such as fines and costs to repair damage to the environment and municipal wastewater treatment infrastructure. Check out this whitepaper to learn how the M4Knick’s Unical 9000, SensoGate WA 130 and SE 571 pH sensors can help you reduce risk, improve the quality of your measurements, and save on maintenance costs. 

As a distributor for M4Knick, our team can work with you to determine the best products and solutions for your operation. Check out the application note and start a conversation with a Cross expert today to learn more about implementing a solution from M4Knick!

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