Integrated HS-GC workflow for optimized performance and cost savings for Method USP 467

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Webinar Date/Time: Tuesday, July 11, 2023 at 11am EDT | 8am PDT | 10am CEST

Laboratories performing residual solvent analysis according to USP 467 strive to meet the requirements of the method while optimizing their workflow combining different analytical technologies. Join our webinar and explore the benefits of an integrated HS-GC system for improved analysis performance and increased cost efficiencies.

Register Free: https://www.chromatographyonline.com/lcgc_w/hs-gc

Event Overview:

Laboratories performing residual solvent analysis according to USP 467 strive to meet the requirements of the method while trying to optimize their workflow combining different analytical technologies and reduce laboratory costs. Attend this webinar to discover the advantages of an integrated HS-GC system for the analysis of residual solvents according to USP 467. During the presentation you will learn:

  • How integrated communication between the PerkinElmer GC 2400 System and PerkinElmer HS 2400 Headspace Sampler helps optimizing the analysis by improving chromatography, lowering detection limits, and increasing cost efficiencies by reducing helium consumption and run times
  • How the latest advancements for PerkinElmer pressure balanced sampling technology allow easy method-transfer and faster method development

Key Learning Objectives:

  • Explore how an integrated communication between HS and GC system can help improve the analysis performance of residual solvent according to USP 467
  • Discover the efficiencies you can implement in the lab for the residual solvent analysis according to USP 467 with an integrated HS-GC system
  • Discover how latest advancements in PerkinElmer pressure balanced sampling technology simplifies method-transfer.

Who Should Attend:

  • Lab managers interested in optimizing HS-GC workflow and reducing laboratory costs for residual solvent analysis
  • Lab analysts and technicians looking for improving performance of residual solvent analysis according to USP 467
  • Labs interested in the latest advancements in HS-GC technology for residual solvent analysis

Speakers:

Tiffany Arbon
Product Manager  GC Major Accessories
PerkinElmer

Tiffany Arbon started her career first developing detection tests using antibodies. She also spent time working in QA/QC analytical labs running liquid chromatography instruments analyzing both pharmaceuticals and nutraceuticals. In 2007, her focus shifted to gas chromatography mass spectrometry working as an application scientist for a small instrumentation startup company, Torion Technologies. She then to became director of sales and director of marketing and product management. When PerkinElmer acquired Torion, Tiffany joined as product manager for portable GC/MS, and since then, her role at PerkinElmer has expanded to also manage gas chromatography (benchtop) major accessories.

Miles Snow
Senior Application Scientist  Gas Chromatography
PerkinElmer

Miles has 32 years at PerkinElmer in various roles such as sales, product specialist, management, and R&D scientist. Miles has provided support on thermal, elemental, IR, UV, ICP/MS, ICP, AA, LC, CHD (both CS and WS) and his favorite: GC, including MS, TD, HS. During his university years, he focused on synthesis, spectroscopy, and chromatography. In 1990, Miles joined PerkinElmer’s field operations, helping both internal and external customers with their application needs focusing on both hardware/software. Miles moved to the GC R&D team in 2012 as principal scientist for hardware and software development and is currently working as a senior principal application scientist on the GC 2400 Platform within the GC business unit.


Register Free: https://www.chromatographyonline.com/lcgc_w/hs-gc

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