/  - 15:00 – 15:30 – Marcus Bayer, Hamilton

15:00 – 15:30 – Marcus Bayer, Hamilton

Critical aspect for pH measurement at Single-use containers

Hamilton Company is a global enterprise with affiliates in Reno, Nevada; Franklin, Massachusetts (both USA); and Bonaduz, Switzerland and sales offices throughout the world.

Hamilton Company and its affiliated entities are an industry leader in the design and manufacture of liquid handling, process analytics, robotics and automated storage solutions. For more than 60 years, Hamilton Company has been satisfying customer needs by combining quality materials with skilled workmanship to ensure the highest level of performance. Hamilton Company’s lifelong commitment to precision and quality has earned us global ISO 9001 Certification.

In 2014 Hamilton celebrated the 25th birthday of the sensor business. It started with pH sensors and has been growing ever since. Today the portfolio covers the parameters pH, ORP, conductivity, dissolved oxygen (DO) as well as total and viable cell density. All these parameters are crucial in the core segments BioPharma, ChemPharma and Breweries. The Hamilton offering encompasses the whole measuring loop: sensors, cables, housings, transmitters, buffers, standards and accessories. Top innovations include Arc sensors with integrated micro-controllers making external transmitters obsolete, VisiPro DO the only optical dissolved oxygen sensor available with ATEX/IECEx approval and EasyFerm Bio with the fully biocompatible reference electrolyte Foodlyte.

About Marcus Bayer

Marcus Bayer is market segment manager for single use solutions at Hamilton Bonaduz AG, Switzerland. In this position he is responsible for the expansion of the sensor portfolio to the needs of the disposable sensor market. With over 20 years of experience in both the plastics as well as process engineering industries, Marcus is an expert on leveraging technologies for single use applications. Before he joined Hamilton Bonaduz AG in 2016, Marcus was responsible for the market and application development at EMS Chemie in Ems, Switzerland. He holds a degree in both plastic engineering and business and administration.