Distilling it Down: A Comprehensive Software offering for your Petrochemical Laboratory



Tue, Jul 26, 2022 11:00 AM EDT Have you heard about OpenLab CDS and think it is only for pharmaceutical QC labs? Well, it is time to look again! The latest version of OpenLab CDS now has extensive features for the petrochemical lab and with our partner, PAC LP, provides solutions for ASTM methods, including Simulated Distillation. Join us to learn more about how OpenLab CDS can improve your lab’s efficiency; whether working on site or remotely.

Register Free: https://www.chromatographyonline.com/lcgc_w/petrochemical

Event Abstract:

Agilent Technologies and PAC L.P. invite you to learn about the latest chromatography software tools available for your laboratory. This will include an overview of Agilent OpenLab CDS and PAC SIMDISXLNC, covering the following topics:

  • New features available in the latest release of OpenLab CDS focused on the needs of the petrochemical lab
  • Tailor the user interface with user groups and permissions
  • Access to help from anywhere and make new users into experts quickly
  • Deploy for remote access to accommodate hybrid working models
  • State-of-the-art software user experience, intuitive design, and purpose-built workflows
  • Easy-to-use features for data acquisition, analysis, and reporting
  • Centralized data systems and integration with SIMDISXLNC
  • Automation of results processing with SIMDISXLNC for high-throughput labs to reduce operators’ workload and improve data quality.

Key Learning Objectives:

  • What the new version of OpenLab CDS has to offer for petrochemical laboratories
  • How you can improve your current data analysis and software automation workflows
  • Basics of Simulated Distillation
  • How to optimize your Simulated Distillation workflow

Who Should Attend:

  • Laboratory Managers, Scientists, Technicians


Ian Eisele
Applications Scientist
Software and Informatics Division
Agilent Technologies
Wilmington, Delaware

Ian Eisele is an Applications Scientist for the Software and Informatics Division at Agilent Technologies in Wilmington, Delaware, USA. Ian has been with Agilent for 13 years and has worked in roles ranging from Field Service Engineer to an Applications Chemist for Agilent’s GC division. Ian holds an MS in Chemistry from Villanova University and a BS in Chemistry from Saint Joseph’s University.

Rob Strik
Application Specialist
Rotterdamn, Netherlands

Rob Strik received his Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry in 2003 and worked for a year and a half at a small independent laboratory before starting his career in September 2005 at AC Analytical Controls B.V. / PAC. He started in the qualification department to setup all the various GC applications and in 2008 began working as a service engineer, travelling worldwide to install and repair applications and to support and train customers and PAC and distributor personnel. In 2019 Rob transferred to the factory support team as an application specialist for gas chromatography, giving trainings, analyzing customer sample requests, and supporting the company’s sales and service channel.

Register Free: https://www.chromatographyonline.com/lcgc_w/petrochemical

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