Current Industrial Analysis Webinar Schedule
Oxford Instruments offers complimentary online webinars that provide effective solutions for even your toughest industrial analysis applications. Our webinars are designed to give you access to industry experts and contemporary application practices that can help you to improve efficiencies, minimize risks and save money. Many of these techniques are essential practices for quality control and compliance testing and reporting across a wide range of industries. To learn more about these techniques, view our full webinar calendar below or schedule a demo at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Using PMI Master Smart, a Portable Optical Emission Spectroscopy (OES), for CE calculations, API 5L Specifications & Pipeline Verification
The Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA) now require verifiable records on all pipelines. Join Verichek, an Oxford Instruments’ distributor, for this webinar to learn more about how PMI testing using mobile OES creates verifiable records, carbon equivalency calculations and API 5L guidelines. . In addition, learn how the PMI-Master Smart provides precise and high-resolution analysis of pipes, rods, valves, welding seams and joints, turbines even on curved or irregular surfaces. Click to register.
Date: Wednesday, August 20
Time: 2 PM EDT
Webinars Available On-Demand
Optical Emission Spectroscopy (OES) basics for the Foundry, Steel Mill and Testing Laboratory
Optical Emission Spectrometry (OES) is recognized for its ability to assure precise identification of materials with low detection limits and the identification of trace analysis of important elements in steel and high alloyed steels, cast iron, non-ferrous metals, cast alloys, and much more. Join Verichek, an Oxford Instruments’ distributor, for a live demonstration that will walk through benchtop OES used for product certification of incoming and outgoing materials. Learn how OES provides needed PMI verification of metals and assemblies that meet customer’s specification and how to choose the right instrument for your specific needs. Click for recorded webinar.
Take Quality Control Beyond the Confines of Your Lab
ASM International editor, Ed Kubel facilitates this informative, FREE webinar: How Handheld XRF is Changing the Approach to Elemental Analysis. Taking the Lab into the Field.
X-ray fluorescence (XRF) spectrometry is one of the most useful nondestructive elemental analysis techniques available. It is used to measure the presence and amount of a wide range of elements in various materials across a wide variety of markets. Traditionally, benchtop XRF instruments are found in laboratories as part of quality control programs due to their accuracy, reliability, speed, and ease of use. Now, handheld XRF instruments offer new ways to improve your elemental analysis needs. Click for recorded webinar.
Sample Preparation Methods to Ensure Accurate X-Ray Fluorescence (XRF) Analysis
Sample preparation is the primary foundation to achieving accurate and consistent results when using both handheld and benchtop X-Ray Fluorescence (XRF) analyzers. Learn about best practices for measuring, simplification of processes, and how to avoid the common issues of cross contamination using multiple methods of sample preparation such as pressed pellets, x-ray film, sample cups, grinding and certification reference and much more. Click for recorded webinar.
Positive Material Identification for Alloy Verification and Improved Safety
X-Ray Fluorescence (XRF) is a trusted method of Positive Material Identification (PMI) used to determine the chemical composition of various metal alloys through nondestructive methods essential to regulatory compliance, general safety, and to minimizing risks of catastrophic failure across several industries. Oxford Instruments has more than 30 years experience with proven XRF methods and applications to improve your quality control program through PMI. Click for recorded webinar.
Minimize Global Supply Chain Risks, Save Money and Increase Efficiencies by Implementing X-Ray Fluorescence (XRF) into Your Quality Control Program
Today's global supply chain offers many complexities for both suppliers and manufactures who need to ensure regulation compliance and verify materials purchased to reduce risks in their manufacturing process. Join us to for an opportunity to learn more about invigorating your current quality control program through accurate material identification by using X-Ray Fluorescence (XRF) to minimize supply chain risks, save money, and improve efficiencies. Click for recorded webinar.
Learn How to Increase Productivity with Better Process Control Using the X-Strata980 X-Ray Fluorescence (XRF) Analyzer
The X-Strata980's micro spot system simplifies efficiencies through automation of multi-layer coating thickness and materials analysis with minimal user training required. Our experienced team will show you how to energize your quality assurance program while saving money with this fast and efficient instrument capable of x and y table mapping of small spots used for photovoltaic cells, RoHS and precious metals. Click for recorded webinar.
Simplified Method of Used Oil Analysis with Lab-X3500 and X-Supreme8000
X-Ray Fluorescence (XRF) brings several benefits to the user when compared to analysis of other techniques available to analysts for used oil analysis. Attributes, such as non destructive testing, ease of use by untrained operators, simultaneous measurement of multiple elements make XRF an ideal solution. Obtain oil analysis with quantifiable results; the analysis is traceable to Certified Reference Materials, there is no sample preparation required, see results in seconds, and minimal operating costs make the instrument very reasonable to purchase and use. Click for recorded webinar.
Radiation Safety Basics Using X-Ray Fluorescence (XRF)
Oxford Instruments X-Ray Fluorescence (XRF) Analyzers are safe instruments for material analysis in a broad range of industries and applications. Numerous applications and industries utilizing this cutting-edge technology include coating thickness analysis, measuring Sulfur in oil, Positive Material Identification (PMI) and quality control in the electronics and consumer goods industry.
But what is XRF? X-ray Fluorescence is a method whereby a sample is exposed to a precise beam of X-rays. By measuring the intensity and characteristic energy of the emitted X-rays, an XRF Analyzer can provide qualitative and quantitative analysis regarding the thickness and composition of the material being tested. Click for recorded webinar.
Cryogen Free NMR for Academia
October 17, 11:00 a.m. EDT
NMR spectroscopy is an important analytical technique taught at the undergraduate level and used extensively by academic research groups. However, it is often the case that undergraduates don’t have the opportunity to use an NMR instrument until very late in the curriculum, or sometimes not at all. Researchers often have to send their samples to the NMR lab and wait for results to come back.
Benchtop NMR instruments allow easy access to NMR in virtually any lab - undergraduate chemistry or research group labs.
How is this possible?
Benchtop NMR instruments have no requirement for liquid cryogens or any other external services apart from a standard electrical mains supply. The cost of the instrument and running costs are significantly lower than High Field NMR systems making NMR an affordable technique for the laboratory.
However, high performance is still important in order to get the best results from your sample. Data will be presented showing that Pulsar is capable of measuring high quality spectra with fast collection times allowing rapid throughput of samples. Click for recorded webinar.