Hach is excited to announce that the Engineering Design Tool (EDT) is now available for drinking water facilities projects. This web-based tool allows engineers to design projects faster and with less risk of selecting an instrument or technology that is incorrect for the application by guiding the selection of water analytics instruments in the design or specification phase of a client’s project.
“We are very excited to expand the Engineering Design tool for drinking water projects to help engineering consultants reduce the number of hours they spend designing a project while minimizing risk of selecting an instrument or technology that is incorrect for the application,” said Steve Kelley P. Eng., Global Vertical Marketing Director, Projects at Hach. The drinking water application is an addition to the municipal wastewater and power generation applications already available in the Engineering Design Tool.
About the Engineering Design Tool
With Hach’s Engineering Design Tool engineering consultants can reduce the number of hours spent on client projects to save time and minimize risk of selecting an instrument or technology that is incorrect for the application. Backed by Hach’s global water expertise and unique breadth of product, engineering consultants can evaluate alternative ways to design their clients’ processes.
With the Engineering Design Tool, you can:
For more information on Hach’s Engineering Design Tool, visit https://www.hach.com/edt
For more than 80 years, Hach has provided innovations to support our customers. Hach gives customers confidence in their water analysis by delivering expert answers, outstanding support, and reliable, easy-to-use solutions. Hach analytical instruments, services, software, and reagents are used to ensure the quality of water in a variety of industries in more than 100 countries globally. For more information, visit www.hach.com.
SOURCE: Hach Company