Walsn recently exhibited at the 45th Annual BCWWA Conference & Trade Show in Whistler BC. It was a busy show and Walsn received many visitors to the booth.
Many attendees showed great interest in Walsn's flowmeters and indicated their requirements for high-end applications. It is events such as the BCWWA and the booth visitors that keeps Walsn focused on strengthening its growing R&D department. At the same time, Walsn is focused on constantly providing and improving quality products that satisfy the changing needs of the end-user.
Many of the attendees were impressed to learn about Walsn's new Quick Ship program. Walsn has committed to deliver products in Canada within 5 days of purchase order. Contact Walsn at +1 (604) 284-5128 or email@example.com for more info.
Mike Malec, Walsn's International Business Director, communicating with attendees.
The BC Water & Waste Association (BCWWA) is a not-for-profit professional association that represents the people who work every day to keep the water in British Columbia clean and safe – from the source, to the tap, to the drain and back. For the last 45 years the BCWWA has provided professional development, networking, and advocacy on behalf of its members, to ensure that the water systems continue to protect public health and the environment.
Walsn was proud to sponsor and be a part of the Scavenger Challenge again this year at the BCWWA. Where tradeshow attendees were encouraged to join the hunt and enter to win a daily grand prize! Conference attendees received a scavenger hunt map in their pocket programs. They completed the scavenger hunt questions correctly to enter the draw. Participating attendees visited the Walsn booth to see if they had what it takes to become the Mass Flow Master. Each participant tried to push as much air through a Coriolis Mass Flow meter as they could; the Walsn CMF recorded their peak instantaneous mass flow rate through the device and they then submitted this as their answer after learning about the operation of the CMF.
Each year the operators turn out in large numbers and usually have a higher cumulative score than the engineers or managers attending the event; this year was no exception. However, the biggest change this year was that an operator actually won the individual challenge, first time ever! Congratulations to Steve Whipps of the Integrated Water Services, CRD Victoria for putting through more than 3,300 grams per hour through the CMF, the record of 3,600 plus still stand from last year. But Steve will be the Mass Flow Master for BC until 2018! See you at next year's event.