Recorded on January 21, 2020
Duration: 1 hour
The Mastersizer 2000 is an extremely popular laser diffraction particle sizing system, with more than 11,000 systems in laboratories worldwide. However, in April 2022, the system will be arriving at the end of its formal support life. This may provide you with both a challenge and an opportunity!
Considering the looming end-of support deadline, moves to ensure instrument upgrade and timely method transfer are becoming increasingly urgent. The Mastersizer 3000 is the natural next step, and will provide you with increased dynamic range, faster measurements, greater flexibility, and a huge improvement in usability - all whilst providing crucial continuity for both your products and processes.
We do understand that upgrading such a vital laboratory workhorse can cause some concerns, particularly when it comes to transferring methods and specifications. In this webinar, we will show you how we’ve taken the elements that made the Mastersizer 2000 such a popular system and built these into the Mastersizer 3000. You’ll see a lot of familiar software capability, alongside new features designed specifically to aid the method transfer process. We’ll then move on to exploring the method transfer process for a range of different samples and will show how simple it is to achieve comparable results using both systems.
Anne Virden Ph.D. - Application Specialist Laser Diffraction
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- Who should attend?
- Anyone who has recently upgraded to the Mastersizer 3000 and has Mastersizer 2000 methods to transfer
- Any Mastersizer 2000 users who are considering upgrading to the Mastersizer 2000
- Anyone with Mastersizer 2000 results interested in the method transfer process
- What will you learn?
- How the Mastersizer 3000 software will help you transfer methods from the Mastersizer 2000.
- To learn how comparable results can be achieved on the Mastersizer 2000 and Mastersizer 3000 for a range of different materials
- To get advice on how to transfer methods from older laser diffraction systems to the Mastersizer 3000.