Robust and Automated On-site Particle Analysis: Characterizing more samples without accuracy reduction directly at your production site

Robust and Automated On-site Particle Analysis: Characterizing more samples without accuracy reduction directly at your production site

Description:

Modern, accurate particle analysis methods require highly-precise instrumentation, as well as data interpretation done by field and application experts. It is not a process that has traditionally been associated with robust instruments and high-throughput.

In our live Webinar we will discuss how key advancements of robust particle analysis instrumentation,  in combination with robotics systems, have allowed particle characterization techniques to scale up to meet demanding industrial on-site throughput standards.. Any quality control process that uses more than one particle size analyzer can be automated to increase throughput and save valuable time.

Featured topics of this webinar will include:

  • The role played by on-site particle analysis in quality control processes
  • How automated, robotics-driven particle analysis can deliver previously unthinkable throughput to save time and money
  • A demonstration of how robustness and precise measurement are not mutually exclusive
  • Application examples
  • Anton Paar’s ability to scale particle characterization capabilities to meet desired automation and throughout needs.

Whether your process includes 2 particle analyzers or 20 – join this webinar to learn more about modern automation of particle characterization.

Date: 2020-12-10, 17:00 - 17:20 (CET UTC+01)
Language: English
Trainer: DI Helmut Löscher, Richard Barna

Helmut Löscher is a Sales Manager at Anton Paar's Automation & Robotics department. He has many years of experience in laboratory automation and project development. He has a Masters Degree in Mechanical Engineering & Economics. 

Richard Barna works as application specialist for particle analysis and surface charge at Anton Paar GmbH. He studied Chemical Engineering at the Technical University of Budapest, Hungary and earned an MSc in Material Sciences at the Technical University of Vienna, Austria before joining Anton Paar.