How to get a better control over precision analysis? Whether it is for purity and grade assessment or certification purposes. How to amortise the instrument purchase, whether it is with more samples analysed or expanding the number of applications on a single instrument. We also recognise that some site locations are remote and may not have the option of immediate on-site application support or training. These are all indeed valid concerns that our end users face. And by having a local application laboratory with a team of application specialists, Malvern Panalytical hopes to support our customers better.
This webinar introduces our new applications laboratory based in Perth, Western Australia. This adds to our global footprint of Malvern Panalytical laboratories in India, China, South Korea, Japan, the Netherlands, United Kingdom and more.
1. We will introduce to you, our Perth application laboratory facilities, our team of application specialists and their area of expertise
2. Learn about case studies that showcase the value of Malvern Panalytical’s application support in enabling not only accurate and repeatable analysis but full optimisation of your equipment
3. Understand the types of value-added application services that we can provide like the development of CRM standards tailored for your samples analysis e.g. fused bead calibration for precision XRF elemental analysis
4. Application training and support: on-site or remote
5. User training courses on applications as well as data analysis and interpretation
6. Analytical demonstrations and proof of concept
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Hari Bhaskar, Laboratory Manager and Manager for Process and Automation Solutions for Malvern Panalytical
Hari holds a Bachelor's degree in Engineering and has been working with the company for the last 20 years in various capacities - Service, Sales, Application and Product Support. Hari is currently based in Perth, Western Australia. He has worked with customers from various segments including cement, mining, metals, pharmaceuticals, academia, oil and petrol chemicals, service labs and more, providing advice on Malvern Panalytical’s fusion sample preparation, XRF, XRD, CNA solutions for their applications. Hari has sound product knowledge and extensive experience in method development for a wide range of application areas. Hari is also the Course Director for various training and application courses such as “XRF at the workplace”, “SuperQ XRF software” and “HighScore XRD software”.
Dale Parsonage, Applications Specialist in Perth Laboratory at Malvern Panalytical
Dale has qualifications in Chemistry and Minerals Science. With expertise in analytical chemistry and instrumental analysis, he provides support to the region on XRF applications and analysis, as well as sample preparation and associated equipment. Prior to joining Malvern Panalytical, he has worked extensively in mining and mineral beneficiation industries. He also has previous experience in research and development with Murdoch University and in the private sector.
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Who should attend?
1. Chemists, laboratory managers, geologists, service labs
2. Anyone performing fusion borate sample preparation, elemental, mineralogical analysis
3. Existing users of Malvern Panalytical
4. Or those who want to gain a better understanding of how how Malvern Panalytical can support your analytical needs
How long is this webinar?
40 minutes is the intended speaker time with additional time for addressing queries.
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