Mississauga, ON – Mettler Toledo has released its 2006 seminar schedule, which includes two application seminars taking place in Toronto. The goal of these practical one-day courses is to increase users’ knowledge of titration and moisture analysis methods and improve their skills on related instruments.
The courses focus on scientific theory, practical application, use, and troubleshooting using a multimedia, lecture and demonstration format.
The seminars being held in Toronto this year are General Titration for the Laboratory Professional and Karl Fischer Moisture Analysis for Better Results.
The general titration course will update attendees on potentiometric titration procedures and theory to help optimize results. It takes place on July 25.
The Karl Fischer moisture analysis course focuses on KF technology and presents new ideas and techniques to optimize results on a wide variety of samples. The seminar takes place on July 26.
The company is also offering other seminars in various US locations, including application courses on Fundamentals of Measurement in the Analytical Lab and Fundamentals of Moisture Measurement, as well as several user-training seminars for its equipment.
For more information and prices, visit the company’s website at www.mt.com/insight.