Webinar – Miniaturized Lab Technologies Transform Field PMI
Thermo Fisher Scientific and Singapore Welding Society cordially invite you to our webinar
Miniaturized lab technologies transform field PMI
Are you thinking about adopting new technology for your positive material identification (PMI) program? If so, you may want to consider Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy (LIBS), an analytical technique that uses a highly focused laser to determine the chemical composition of materials. The LIBS technology is a proven lab technique. However, it has now developed into a robust handheld analyzer capable of measuring a wide range of elements, including carbon, in the field for material verification. Join this educational webinar as we explore more about LIBS technology, how it complements XRF for PMI. We provide a comparison between LIBS, XRF & OES and discuss how to achieve the best repeatability in your measurements using new handheld LIBS technology …. now available to assist in the measurement of carbon.
Jim Pasmore is the President and Founder of Analytical Sales Training, Inc. He is an elemental analysis expert passionate about the advancement of scientific instrumentation. Jim has over 50 years of experience travelling worldwide to develop new and innovative products. Jim specializes in application support for handheld X-Ray Fluorescence (XRF), Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy (LIBS), Optical Emission Spectroscopy (OES), and Raman spectroscopy