WEBINAR: Optimizing Uptime for KF and Spectroscopy Moisture Analysis

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Moisture measurements are made across a variety of industries. Whether you are making routine quality checks or performing highly regulated method validation, consistent instrument operation is required. Even with the best analytical technique, delays in manufacturing or product sales may occur when your KF titrator is not performing properly. Supporting daily operation of a KF titrator isn’t hard but, it’s not always intuitive either. Once you’ve optimized your KF analyzer, leveraging spectroscopic techniques can help further reduce daily maintenance tasks while increasing sample throughput.

Kerri-Ann Blake, Applications Specialist, will provide insider tips for identifying sources of error in a KF measurement and a basic timeline for maintenance to help you prevent unexpected downtime. Dr. Adam Hopkins, Product Manager for near-infrared spectroscopy (NIR) will explain the benefits of NIR moisture measurements. Find out how this complimentary technique makes moisture analysis reagent-free.




Kerri-Anne Blake, Ph.D.

Kerri-Anne Blake, Ph.D.

Applications Specialist, Metrohm USA

Adam Hopkins, Ph.D.

Adam Hopkins, Ph.D.

Product Manager - Spectroscopy, Metrohm USA

Key Learning Objectives:

• Understand the effect regular KF titrator maintenance has on result accuracy
• Discover simple maintenance tricks to reduce KF titrator downtime and simplify troubleshooting
• Learn how NIR compliments KF titration for faster and maintenance free moisture analysis

Who should attend?

• Lab analysts, bench chemists and managers from Refinery, Chemicals, Specialty Chemicals, Polymer, Food & beverage, Edible oil, Pharmaceuticals, Bio-Pharmaceuticals & Nutraceuticals
• Anyone interested in learning how to get the highest performance out of their KF titrator, no matter the brand
• Anyone interested in increasing laboratory throughput
• Lab chemists and technicians responsible for instrument service and maintenance