Processing industries use liquid concentration or density as a key parameter for controlling and adjusting the process to ensure the desired output. This can be done using the refractometer technology or density meters. What are the operational and economic benefits of both techniques? This and other aspects on how to choose the right measurement technology for the most demanding processing applications will be discussed in the webinar.
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Maria Nyman is a product engineer working with Vaisala’s Liquid Measurements products that support inline process refractometer measurements in multiple processing industries. Maria holds a Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) in Environmental and Process Engineering and a Master of Science (M.Sc.) in Sustainable Energy Systems, both obtained from the University of Oulu. Maria is enthusiastic about helping Vaisala customers improve their liquid measurements to optimize resources and improve process control.
Manager, Business Development, Liquid Measurements
Keijo Pyörälä has been working at Vaisala (K-Patents) Liquid Measurements over 25 years in different positions from Product Management to Regional Sales Management and Global Business Development. Keijo has Master’s Degree in Chemical Engineering from Lappeenranta University of Technology and Executive Management Degree from Aalto University. He has been involved in number of global product and business development projects in different industry segments from food & beverages, pulp & paper, sugar & sweeteners to chemical & polymer and oil & gas all over the world. His specialty is process optimization with in-line process measurements, process efficiency and energy savings as well as quality improvement projects.