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Courses and Consulting

Consulting

Over 25 years of experience from analyses allows you to engage us, as consultants to e g
  • calibration and method development
  • laboratory support, e g
    • validation and calibration control
    • calibration of equipment, with certified reference materials
    • adjustment/setting of equipment etc

Courses


OES-courses
OES1 Course in Optical emission for operators to supervisors.
Time: 1 to 4 days
Content:
Theory: History, atomic spectra, wavelength atlas, sources, construction, source, spectrometer, detector, generator, settings as electrode, profiling, calibration, filter, prisma/gitter, entrance/exit slits, lens resolution, dispersion, vacuum system, sequential/simultaneous/direct.
Practice
Calibration: reference materials CRMs, how to choose, selection of analytical lines, background, line overlap, interelement effects, recalibration, change of setting ups, long/short term stability
Statistics: Introduction, Uncertainly, detection limit, standard deviation reporoducability etc
Maintenance and repair
Applications
Practical exercises: Software
Maintenance of software, upgrades, change of setting up samples
Control samples
Chance in calibration, how to correct
New calibration new curves
Copying, choice of parameters, calibration samples, Multivariate regression analysis, MVR
Testing, validation
Special requests
 
 
XRF- courses
XRF1 Course in X-ray fluorescence for operators to supervisors
Time 1 - 5 days
Innehåll:
Objective: The objective is to provide insights in how an XRF-instrument works and what routine maintenance is needed
Content: History, atomic spectra, wavelength dispersion/energy dispersion, wavelength atlas, sources, construction, source, spectrometer, detector, generator, heavy/light element settings, energy profiling, source calibration, filter, sequential/simultaneous/direct, fenomenia, photoelectric, auger, scattering, coherent radiation, Compton effects, transmissions, XRF-lines and intensities, continous radiation, characteristic spectra, x-ray tube target, spectra interferences, window thickness, sequence/simultaneous instrument, collimators, crystals flat/curved, higher order diffraction, counters, primary ionisation, multiplying, systematic errors, precision, analysis of unknown samples, analytical parameters, sensitivity, BEC, calibration curves, corrections, line-, additive-, multiplicative-, mathematics, Traille-Lachance, Cola, alpha coefficients, background correction, analysis of light elements, new lines, etc
Practice: Calibration: reference materials CRMs, how to choose, selection of analytical lines, background, line overlap, interelement effects, recalibration, change of setting ups/monitors, long/short term stability, SPC, alarms, errors
Statistics: Introduction, uncertainty, detection limit, standard deviation, reproduceability etc
Maintenance and repair
Applications
Practical exercises: Software
Maintenance of software, upgrades, change of setting up samples
Control samples
Chance in calibration, how to correct
New calibration new curves
Copying, choice of parameters, calibration samples, multivariate regression analysis, MVR
 
LECO-courses

FBT1 Elementary course in Combustion analysis for operators
Time 1 day
Theoretical and practical course ´
Theory about the technique, how it works and why you use combustion analysis.
How the instrument is working, sample preparations tools, crucibles, accelerators, samples, applications.

The courses are splitted in C, S and N, O, H (half a day each)

FBT2 Advanced course in combustion analysis. The course is aimed at instrument responsible persons
Time 1 day
The course examines every active part in the instrument and what errors could be caused and how to correct them. It is mainly a pratical course.

FBT3 Linearisation/calibration of a combustion instrument
Time 1 day
Often conclusions are made in respect to matrixes that in fact are non-linearised instruments. This course shows how to linearise and how to calibrate, using CRMs and Gase dose. Then precision is often 2-4 times better after a linearization. The analytical ranges can also be wider


Contact

Box 54
693 21 Degerfors 
Sweden
 Tell: +46(0)586-474 06
 E-mail: info@degerforslab.se
VAT nr: SE 556609044401

Packages/Visit

Degerfors Laboratorium AB
Bruksparken
693 32 Degerfors
Sweden

Prices

Our prices are often 50% or more below others prices and nobody is faster then us. Price list

Courses & Consulting

OES-courses, XRF-courses, LECO-courses and Consulting.