Innovative approaches to improve performance and productivity of PerkinElmer ICP-OES and ICP-MS systems

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  • Date: Apr 27, 2016 - 08:00 - 09:00 (local time)
  • Presenter: Eric VanclayAgilent Technologies
  • Categories: Base Peak / Atomic
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Innovative approaches to improve performance and productivity of PerkinElmer ICP-OES and ICP-MS systems

Broadcast on April 27, 2016

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Laboratories that use analytical systems from multiple instrument vendors face many complex scientific and business challenges. These may include sourcing supplies to keep the lab. fully operational, scheduling mission critical analyses, especially when key instruments suffer downtime, and maintaining an appropriate balance of supplies in your local inventory to ensure you can keep the lab. operational when there are breakages, or if there are delivery delays with crucial supplies. In this session, we’ll highlight the continuum of Agilent supplies, services and support that can simplify that administration burden for you and ensure that you can easily achieve your scientific and business outcomes.

Laboratories that are working with PerkinElmer AA, ICP-OES or ICP-MS systems will also benefit from some innovative Agilent supplies that can deliver better performance, improve productivity and simplify analysis worksflows. We'll compare the performance of different concentric nebulizers recommended by PerkinElmer for ICP to illustrate how the OneNeb Series 2 provides up to four times greater sensitivity, improved detection limits, and improved reproducibility, especially with challenging samples that have high levels of dissolved solids.

We'll also introduce an innovative sample introduction system that allows determination of hydride forming elements using vapor generation whilst simultaneously measuring non-hydride forming elements. This flexibility eliminates the need to shut down an instrument to swap between a spray chamber and a vapor generation accessory, saving set-up, preparation and analysis time.

What you will learn:

  • Innovative ways you can improve the performance and productivity of your PerkinElmer instrument
  • How you can reduce your administration costs by reducing the number of vendors you source from
  • Some alternative approaches that can help you reduce your purchasing delays

Who should attend:

  • Lab managers
  • Lab technicians
  • Analytical scientists
  • Testing labs and contract labs

   Your Presenter

Eric Vanclay

Eric Vanclay

Spectroscopy Consumables
Product Marketing Manager,
Agilent Technologies

Eric Vanclay: Biography

Eric Vanclay graduated from Monash University, Melbourne in 1985 with a Bachelor of Science degree majoring in Chemistry. He has since completed further post graduate studies in Marketing. He joined Varian, Inc. in 1988 as Export Specialist and has since worked in numerous roles including AA Product Manager, ICP-OES Product Manager and European Spectroscopy Sales/Support Specialist. In 2010, Varian was acquired by Agilent Technologies. Currently, Eric is Spectroscopy Consumables Product Marketing Manager for Agilent Technologies based at the spectroscopy technology innovation centre in Melbourne, Australia. He has over 25 years experience with all of the atomic spectroscopy techniques.


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