The Power of Tomorrow - 21 Sept

The Power of Tomorrow - 21 Sept


Anton Paar measurement technology doesn’t just drive today’s energy generation, transmission, distribution, and storage – reliably, efficiently, and safely. It also powers research into the sustainable energy sources of tomorrow. 

Join us for our hour one focused webinar on PowerStation’s on Thursday, 21 September where we will look at why it is important to monitor the cooling towers' efficiency, or how one is able to determine the particle size of absorber slurries for sulphur emissions and gypsum by-products, or how to measure semi-solid and solid density of minerals, soil and aggregate.

We will be discussing the following instruments:

  • Automatic Kinematic Viscometer: SVM 3001
  • Gas Pycnometer for Semi-Solid and Solid Density: Ultrapyc
  • Microwave Digestion
  • Particle Size Analyzer: PSA
  • Pensky-Martens Flash Point Tester: PMA 300 and PMA 500
  • Portable Density Meter: DMA 35
Ms. Akhona Qambela, Mr Shane Woods, Preshnie Naidoo (English)
Akhona Qambela

Akhona obtained her BSc (Hons) in Chemistry from Rhodes University and joined Anton Paar Southern Africa in 2014 as part of the Measurement Department. She has extensive experience working with clients across various industries and in 2021 she was promoted to Product Manager for Refractive Index and Polarimetry. Her main focus is providing solutions for R&D and quality control in Gauteng and surrounding inland provinces.

Shane Woods

Shane obtained his BSc (Hons) in Biochemistry from the University of Johannesburg and started his career as a lab analyst which later progressed into a research and development role and eventually sales. He joined Anton Paar Southern Africa’s sales team in 2019 as part of the Measurement Department, responsible for the sales and support of the Analytical and Synthetic Chemistry (ASC) product range. He was appointed as Product Manager ASC in July 2020 with the main focus being to provide solutions for R&D and quality control laboratories in South Africa.

Preshnie Naidoo

Preshnie obtained her BSc (Hons) in Chemistry from the University of South Africa and started her career as a lab technician which later progressed into sales. She joined Anton Paar Southern Africa as the Product Manager for Particle Characterization in 2020, where her main focus is to provide technical solutions and support to the R&D and Quality Control laboratories in South Africa.


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