Calibration and Adjustment in Thermal Analysis
Virtual
Seminar
Scheduled

Calibration and Adjustment in Thermal Analysis

Virtual
Seminar
Scheduled

Increase Accuracy and Extend the Lifetime of Your Instrument

Calibration and Adjustment in Thermal Analysis
Calibration and Adjustment in Thermal Analysis
Calibration and Adjustment in Thermal Analysis
Calibration and Adjustment in Thermal Analysis

Part of the New Year, Fresh Start Webinar Series

Join us for this three-part webinar series to improve accuracy and efficiency in all areas of your laboratory. Participate in all three (3) webinars and be entered to win a giveaway!

Part 1: Weighing Data Management
Part 2: Productivity Gain Through Titration Automation

Calibration, adjustment and the appropriate level of routine testing for thermal analysis instrumentation are critical to ensuring high-quality results and maintaining GMP and USP compliance. The presentation explains how to achieve effective calibration, including determination of measurement uncertainty.

Unique FlexCal Calibration and Adjustment in Thermal Analysis

Depending on the thermal analysis system, different parameters need to be considered for calibration (e.g. temperature, heat flow, length and force). If these are not available, STARe software's FlexCal® technology automatically estimates and applies the correct adjustment parameters to match the heating rate, purge gas and crucible type specified in the measurement method.

Webinar Overview

  • Background information
  • A simple workflow for calibration and adjustment
  • Discussion about the various adjustment possibilities
  • Explanation of METTLER TOLEDO's FlexCal® −the database for adjustment parameters
  • When Is Calibration Needed?
    • With a new instrument
    • When a specified time period has elapsed
    • Whenever observations appear questionable
Blaine Weddle
1 hour(s)
Wed Feb 22 2023 19:00 +0000 [ English ]

About the Presenter

Brian N. Turner, Ph.D.

Calibration and Adjustment in Thermal Analysis
Calibration and Adjustment in Thermal Analysis

Dr. Turner holds a B.S. in Chemistry from the University of Dayton and a Ph.D. in Analytical Chemistry from Vanderbilt University. He has published work in the areas of gold-based nanomaterials, materials printing, and electrochemistry.

Articles on Calibration

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