IWC 18-45, 46, 47, 48

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IWC 18-45: Measuring pH in Utility and Industrial Boiler Steam and Water Cycles
Randy Turner, SWAN Analytical USA, Wheeling, IL Discusser: Vickie Olson, Honeywell Process Solutions, Sandy Springs, GA
IWC 18-46: Evaluating Condensate Recovery and Treatment in Industrial Facilities
Colleen Layman Scholl, P.E., HDR, Whitewater, WI
Discusser: Bob Bartholomew, Sheppard T. Powell Associates LLC, Baltimore, MD
IWC 18-47: Key Production Plant Steam and Condensate System Factors that Impact HRSG Feedwater Quality
Charles Kuhfeldt, CauseWay Water Consulting and Services, LLC, Taylor Lake Village, TX
Discusser: Edward Beardwood, Solenis LLC, Wilmington, DE
IWC 18-48: A Reality Check on Condensate Polishing: A Discussion on Misconceptions
John Yen and Max Johnson, Graver Water Systems, LLC, New Providence, NJ
Discusser: Wayne Bernahl, W. Bernahl Enterprises, Elmhurst, IL

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IWC 18-45: Measuring pH in Utility and Industrial Boiler Steam and Water Cycles
Randy Turner, SWAN Analytical USA, Wheeling, IL Discusser: Vickie Olson, Honeywell Process Solutions, Sandy Springs, GA
IWC 18-46: Evaluating Condensate Recovery and Treatment in Industrial Facilities
Colleen Layman Scholl, P.E., HDR, Whitewater, WI
Discusser: Bob Bartholomew, Sheppard T. Powell Associates LLC, Baltimore, MD
IWC 18-47: Key Production Plant Steam and Condensate System Factors that Impact HRSG Feedwater Quality
Charles Kuhfeldt, CauseWay Water Consulting and Services, LLC, Taylor Lake Village, TX
Discusser: Edward Beardwood, Solenis LLC, Wilmington, DE
IWC 18-48: A Reality Check on Condensate Polishing: A Discussion on Misconceptions
John Yen and Max Johnson, Graver Water Systems, LLC, New Providence, NJ
Discusser: Wayne Bernahl, W. Bernahl Enterprises, Elmhurst, IL

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