OVERVIEW

The purpose of this course is to provide advance training in gas chromatography techniques and demonstrate their application to practical industry and laboratory problems. The course covers: major components of a gas chromatography; operating principles; calibration methods; preventative maintenance; troubleshooting methods; quantitative methods; set-up procedures; and failure modes for each, along with practical examples. Preventative maintenance is also covered with an emphasis on analysis and troubleshooting methods. The course discusses many other aspects such as optimization of column lengths, flows and temperatures, with the necessary theoretical information in each part. The aim of this course is to enrich and advance the skills and knowledge of the participants and to teach them gas chromatography operation and techniques.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • To introduce participants to advanced gas chromatography and how the individual elements interrelate.
  • To be able to competently use and develop methods on a gas chromatograph to produce robust and valid analytical data.
  • To provide advanced knowledge of gas chromatography operation, maintenance and troubleshooting.
  • To impart the participants advance techniques and knowledge of gas chromatography.
  • To provide knowledge of accessories and consumables required for gas chromatography operations.
  • To provide good laboratory practices for accurate and reliable analyses.
  • The aim is to provide first hand information to the participants on optimal use of  Gas Chromatography  (GC).
  • To understand GC maintenance methods as a routine check
  • Imparting participant’s fundamental knowledge of Gas Chromatography as a technique.
  • A  special emphasis has been given on the demonstration of applications , maintenance and trouble shooting of GC
  • To familiarize participants with the techniques used in gas chromatography analysis, qualitative and quantitative methods.
  • To train participants to know how to change and install gas chromatography parts such as inject systems and columns.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

  • Chemist
  • Lab technician
  • Chemical engineers
  • Instrumental engineers
  • Lab supervisor

  • Lab Managers
  • GC technicians
  • Research and development scientists
  • Quality assurance/control managers
  • Analytical chemists
  • People responsible for the operation, maintenance and troubleshooting of Varian/Bruker gas chromatographs

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