1660339289048 Article 083 Bruce Bathurst

Interview with AquaSenors' President Bruce Bathurst

April 27, 2006
In another in ControlGlobal.com's series of podcast interviews, CONTROL Editor in Chief, Walt Boyes, interviews Bruce Bathurst about the company’s unique and innovative series of all-digital, fieldbus-equipped wet chemistry parametric sensors.

Bruce Bathurst


Bruce Bathurst was Chief Technologist for Great Lakes Instruments (GLI) before starting his own company, AquaSensors LLC. The company--with an office in Brookfield, WI, and manufacturing facility in nearby Menomonee Falls--took shape in November 2002, designing and manufacturing analytical instruments for industrial processes wherever liquids are used. Its equipment can calculate the amount of oxygen in a vat of beer, or measure the level of bacteria in a wastewater treatment plant.

AquaSensors, under the leadership of Bathurst, is currently producing a series of all-digital, fieldbus-equipped wet chemistry parametric sensors (pH, ORP, conductivity, etc.) and recently won a Wisconsin Governor's award for entrepreneurial innovation that came with a $100,000 prize. The company's knowledge of the market for its products also has impressed its investors (See Angel Investors Take a Plunge, Menomonee Falls Business Has Bright Future, and Starting Over).

Click the Download Now button below to hear the CotnrolGlobal.com podcast interview with Bathurst, or right click the button to save the MP3 file for later listening.

Podcast length: 15:58

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