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Hydronix appointment at ConSpare

Steve Peterson and Ian Hatch

ConSpare bolster on-site service offering with appointment of Ian Hatch as Hydronix specialist

CONCRETE production specialists ConSpare have expanded their on-site service offering by appointing Ian Hatch to their Capital Department.

Mr Hatch (right of photo) joins the Nottinghamshire-based company as Hydronix specialist, responsible for installation and maintenance services for the Hydronix range of digital microwave moisture-measurement equipment, which allows concrete producers to manufacture the highest-quality concrete at the lowest-possible cost.

Mr Hatch, who will oversee the installation of Hydronix equipment, calibration of sensors, operator training, and system optimization and troubleshooting, brings extensive concrete industry experience and expertise within the field of batch process control, having previously specialized in remote and on-site support, installation and training for both software and hardware.

Steve Peterson (left of photo), ConSpare’s engineering director, said: ‘We’re really pleased to have Ian on board. His appointment highlights continued investment in our range of on-site services for concrete producers, and his skill set and experience complement our existing team perfectly and further expand our on-site support for Hydronix equipment.

‘Hydronix is a key tool in improving the concrete production process, particularly in terms of improving product quality and reducing waste. I’m sure our customers will value the additional support we can provide, allowing them to focus on making the best concrete possible.’

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