Webinar - How Handheld XRF is Changing the Approach to Elemental Analysis
- 14 March 2013
- Businesses Attending:
- Industrial Analysis
Oxford Instruments in co-operation with ASM International invites you joining this free webinar.
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.
In this webinar, you will learn about the use of handheld XRF to:
Measure raw materials before they enter the production stream
Validate components for regulatory compliance before they are assembled into final products
Inspect critical process equipment to ensure safe operating conditions
How to choose a handheld XRF with the right configuration
How to use a handheld XRF to augment your quality program
The webinar speakers are Jordan Rose and Matt Kreiner.
Jordan Rose is a new face to the Oxford Instruments’ Industrial Analysis division, and has been with the company for just over a year. As an Applications Specialist, Jordan works in the Oxford Instruments Applications Development Lab in Concord, Mass. where he dedicates himself to performing XRF applications for Oxford Instruments' customers using both the hand held and bench top instruments. Jordan earned his B.S. in Materials Science and Engineering at the University of Connecticut where he became a proud Husky.
Matt Kreiner has been working with Oxford Instruments’ Industrial Analysis division for more than 10 years, specializing in XRF analyzers, optical emission spectrometers, and hand-held coating thickness gauges. With experiences in several roles at Oxford Instruments ranging from managing the Latin American team to acting as a local product specialist for the HHXRF equipment, Matt feels most at home in the Applications Development Lab where he conducted or oversaw the development of more than 500 applications. Matt completed his Co-operative Engineering Education Program with The Dow Chemical Company and graduated from Northwestern University with a B.S. in Chemical Engineering.
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