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Webinar | Pickling Bath Monitoring

With LiquiSonic® to the optimal pickling process

Monitoring of pickling baths by LiquiSonic®

Effective and cost-saving pickling processes require monitoring of both: acid and iron salt concentration.
LiquiSonic® ensures precise analysis and accurate knowledge of the condition of the pickling bath. With this information, accurate dosing, fast reactions to process deviations and automated re-dosing are easy.

The webinar shows how processes can be simplified and automated with LiquiSonic®. Process monitoring and automation can be handled efficiently.

The webinar is suitable for operators of pickling and etching plants who monitor their processes by sampling. Here, great efficiency leaps are possible through automation. In addition, LiquiSonic® increases process reliability, since human error can be almost eliminated.

Free of Charge!

Key data

Language: English
Duration: 20 min + 10 min (Q&A)

Free of charge!

Topics of the webinar

  • Monitoring of the entire pickling process
  • How to always find the optimal pickling time
  • Comparison to other measurement methods
  • Advantages of measuring with sonic velocity
  • How to automate the bath setting
  • Excellent documentation functions

Webinar registration

17 August 2021, 3 pm (Berlin Time) - Europa/Amerika  << Register now >>

19 August 2021, 10 am (Berlin Time) - Europa/Asien  << Register now >>

Is it not possible to attend on the specified dates?
Please contact us for an individual presentation - also by email to info@~@sensotech.com.

LiquiSonic® - Efficient monitoring of acid concentration and salt content

The LiquiSonic® measuring system is installed directly in the pickling bath or in the pipeline. After installation, the device is immediately functional and ready for use.
Monitoring with sonic velocity allows an extremely robust sensor design. Thus, LiquiSonic® is maintenance-free and convinces with a long operating time - often more than 10 years. The very high measuring accuracy is also due to the measuring principle. For these reasons, it is very well suited as a measurement parameter for bath quality control.