About this class
This five (5) individual lesson program trains participants in Me principles of process analysis and Me operation and applications associated with spectroscopic, electrochemical, and chromatographic analyzers.
This lesson is designed for participants with an understanding of industrial process control. Participants should also have a basic understanding of chemistry and physics.
This comprehensive INVOLVE?? multimedia-training program was produced in association with the Instrument Society of America USA. This five individual lesson program trains participants in Me principles of process analysis and Me operation and applications associated with spectroscopic, electrochemical, and chromatographic analyzers.
This program is excellent for training instrument technicians as well as for the multi-craft training needs of process and manufacturing.
analysis. The advantages of process analysis for industry are discussed
and the scientific principles of the various process analysis methods,
such as spectrometry, chromatography, electrochemical and physical
property analysis are described.
- Spectroscopic Analyzers
This lesson introduces participants to gas chromatography and describes
gas chromatograph principles of operation, components, and Applications
appropriate for gas chromatographs are identified and discussed.
- Gas Chromatographs
This lesson trains participants to apply the concepts and terminology
associated with the principles of process analysis to air and water
analysis. The agencies and regulations governing air and water quality
are described, and the ways in which various types of analyzers detect
and measure the components in air and water are discussed.
- Air and Water Analysis