MEQUON, Wis. — SEAL Analytical announced that the sixth International Conference and Exhibition on Water, Wastewater and Environmental Monitoring (WWEM 2014) was a huge success for the company, proving “an ideal opportunity” for the launch of SEAL’s new AQ400 automated discrete analyzer, according to a press release.
Those who visited SEAL Analytical’s stand at WWEM 2014 were entered into a competition to win a free iPad mini, stated the release.
SEAL Analytical’s Natalie Barton presented the prize to the winner Chris Bevan, an assistant scientist at Anglian Water’s wastewater laboratory in Huntingdon, England, during a routine service visit to the laboratory, continued the release.
Bevan has worked in the Anglian Water laboratory for more than nine years, reported the release.
“A broad spectrum of visitors [to our stand at WWEM 2014] entered the competition, and we were delighted when Chris won, because Anglian Water has been a longstanding customer of ours,” said Barton.
SEAL Analytical designs, develops and manufactures laboratory analyzers including automated discrete and segmented flow nutrient analyzers for use in industrial and environmental laboratories, noted the release.
You can find the release here.