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Ashing Process Optimisation & Safety Webinar

publication date: Apr 25, 2022
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author/source: Carbolite Gero Limited

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Join the team from Carbolite Gero and Retsch for a FREE 45-minute webinar on Wednesday 4th May starting at 11:30 British Summer Time.

The panel for this short webinar will explore safety and process optimisation in an Ashing Furnace including tips & tricks for sample preparation.

Combining recorded video with live discussion this webinar is aimed at anyone involved with Ashing materials (however frequently). There will be time for questions to be answered by the panel and all attendees will be signposted to useful documents & videos available for download.

 

AAF - 1100-1200ºC | 3,7,18 & 32 Litre

ashing-process-optimisation-amp-safety-webinarOur AAF ashing furnace range is designed specifically to provide optimum ashing conditions to ensure complete combustion of the sample. The 12/18 & 12/32 models have the higher 1200ºC maximum operating temperature.

 

 

AAF-BAL - 1100ºC | 17 Litre

ashing-process-optimisation-amp-safety-webinarOur thermogravimetric analysis (TGA) furnace incorporates an integral balance. It can be used for loss on ignition applications where weight change of the sample must be monitored during the heating process.

 

 

ABF - 800ºC | 28 Litre

ashing-process-optimisation-amp-safety-webinarOur Afterburner Ashing Furnace is particularly suitable for ashing larger samples or materials such as biomass, which are likely to generate substantial amounts of smoke.

 

 

REGISTER NOW FOR THIS FREE WEBINAR

 

 

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