Date recorded: September 30 2015

Duration: 01 hours 10 minutes 41 seconds

Since its launch in 2011 the Mastersizer 3000 has been shown to offer users many improvements in ease of use, speed of measurement and scope of application compared to the Mastersizer 2000. However, these cannot be realised within Quality Control applications if the product specifications and methods developed using the Mastersizer 2000 are unable to be easily transferred to the Mastersizer 3000 system.

This webinar will review the requirements for method transfer and will present a workflow for achieving this for Mastersizer 2000 methods. As part of this, we will review the features present in the Mastersizer 3000 software to help Mastersizer 2000 users migrate to the new system.

Table of contents
1. Welcome!
01:23
2. Can methods be transferred to Mastersizer 3000?
00:24
3. Analysis tools are available to aid transfer of methods from older Mastersizer systems
01:04
4. Mastersizer 2000 records can be reviewed and reanalysed using the Mastersizer 3000 software
00:50
5. Achieving method transfer requires control of sampling, dispersion and the instrument set-up
02:37
6. Step 1: match the sampling requirements
00:47
7. Step 1: match the sampling requirements
00:33
8. Step 2: match the dispersion conditions
01:00
9. Step 2: match the dispersion conditions
01:05
10. Step 2: match the dispersion conditions
01:43
11. Step 3: consider the optical model settings
02:06
12. Step 3: consider the optical model settings
01:28
13. Step 3: consider the optical model settings
00:46
14. Step 3: consider the optical model settings
00:37
15. Method transfer: typical applications report
01:10
16. Method transfer: typical applications report
01:35
17. MS2000 analysis mimic: distribution shape
01:37
18. MS2000 analysis mimic: sub-micron materials
01:12
19. MS2000 analysis mimic: large particles
01:01
20. MS2000 analysis mimic: agglomerate detection
01:02
21. MS2000 analysis mimic: fine dry powders
01:14
22. Partner laboratories for validated method transfer studies…
01:35
23. “The Mastersizer 3000… has met our high expectations. Most importantly we produce data that can be trusted.”
00:44
24. Questions?
01:47
25. Step 3: consider the optical model settings
01:25
26. Questions?
38:30
27. Contact Information
01:26