NETZSCH Answers Your Questions LIVE from the Lab

NETZSCH Answers Your Questions LIVE from the Lab

NETZSCH North America Commercial Testing Laboratory has set up a series of live demos based on questions we frequently hear in the field, at conferences and exhibitions about how our instruments work and the best measurements can be made. These demos are the short and sweet! Read more about the series and register for the first episode on 30 June 2020!

Welcome to NETZSCH Live from the Lab!

A living, breathing, laboratory experience.

NETZSCH North America Commercial Testing Laboratory is loaded with the best instrumentation and expertise. Its doors have always been open physically to anyone interested in the practical matters of materials characterization. But in the world of the “new normal” we’ve decided to the increase accessibility to our laboratory capabilities by opening our minds and instruments to everyone through our new virtual ‘live fire’ sessions. If it is in our wheelhouse- it can be beamed directly into your office or living room via a Live from the Lab encounter!

We have set up a free series of live demos based on questions we frequently hear in the field, at conferences and exhibitions about how our instruments work and the best measurements can be made.  These demos are the short and sweet! Examples include – sample changing, instrument setup, and software implementation across different instruments and applications.

After the demo, you ask us anything about the work- we show you how we do it in the lab. We will answer what we know, show you what we can, and support your other inquiries with submissions to our knowledge base and colleagues around the world!

The first episode will cover the following topic:

Thermogravimetric Analysis: Sample Setup and Run with the NETZSCH TG 209 F1 Libra®

Our laboratory in America introduces the NETZSCH TG 209 F1 Libra® and demonstrate show to setup the instrument for measurements by explaining how to load samples onto the sample carrier and how to remove and replace sample carriers. Furthermore, a measurement will be set up in the NETZSCH software. After the demo, you are able to ask questions about your individual application in a live session with our laboratory staff.

Join US!

Register here for the first episode on 30 June! 

A new episode every two weeks!

Every two weeks, you are able to join us live in the laboratory and ask your questions.

See the topics here! Registration will soon be available!

Provide us with your input for additional areas you would like to see covered and the next Live encounter might just feature your topic of choice.

 

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