Making Sense of Oxygen Control

Do you know if your instruments are telling the truth when it comes to your DO measurements? Are you confident with the accuracy? Where and how you accurately monitor Dissolved Oxygen (DO) is important as improper oxygen levels can cause noticeable changes in the quality of your final product.

Hach® has a series of 3 application notes on best practices for why, where, and how to measure DO.

  • Why? Inconsistent control of DO can result in off flavors and decrease the quality of the final product.
  • Where? Advantages and disadvantages of measuring at different points in the process.

How? Identify key areas to monitor DO and utilize laboratory and in-line analysis, in conjunction with package analysis.

Download the application notes

One response

  1. Dear Ms. Blayds,

    I was delighted to see that “Tap Into Hach” is active again, and look forward to reading your posts.

    However, I think your webmaster may want to assist in formatting the attribution of posts. “Tap Into Hach” was started by my late husband, Charles “Chaz” Benedict, and he wrote all of the posts until his death in March of 2015. Unfortunately, the new formatting makes it look like you are the author of those posts.

    I’m sure this is just an oversight, but would be happy to see proper credit given for his work. I was also sad to see that the post remembering him and his decades-long contribution has been removed.

    Kind regards,

    Paula Terrey

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