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Understand how complementary material analysis techniques can help improve quality

Join our experts as they give their recommendations to help you accelerate your material testing programs and protect your business’ reputation.

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End-to-end quality assurance and control is no longer a nice to have but a must have in manufacturing and fabrication.

From incoming material verification to factory floor quality control to final inspection and warehouse inventory control, testing the elemental composition of materials at all stages of the production process helps to increase productivity and eliminate waste.

Join our experts as they give their recommendations to help you accelerate your material testing programs and protect your business’ reputation.

Here’s what we’ll cover during the webinar:

  • Basics of material analysis techniques: XRF, LIBS, and spark OES
  • How each of these techniques complement each other
  • Real-life customer examples

EMEA and Asia

In partnership with Manufacturing Management - 24th March at 10am GMT | 11am CET | 12pm EET

Frank Theuws, General Manager Global OES

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About our speakers

Marianne Walters:

Marianne Walters is the Applications Team Lead at Hitachi High-Tech Analytical Science located in Westford, MA. Her current role allows her to use her expertise in X-Ray Fluorescence (XRF), Laser Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy (LIBS), as well as her academic studies to optimize customer-driven applications, find logical solutions to PMI inspection and quality control, and run demonstrations and trainings both in the office and on site with customers. Marianne holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering with a Concentration in Manufacturing from Boston University.

Frank Theuws

Frank Theuws is General Manager for Global OES Distribution of Hitachi High-Tech Analytical Science. With over 30 years of global experience in Optical Emission Spectroscopy, Frank has an strong understanding of customer needs and future analytical requirements. He has also previously worked in the applications and method development teams and has astute knowledge of the technology in this field of metal and non-metal industry.


About Hitachi High-Tech Analytical Science

Hitachi High-Tech Analytical Science is a global company created in July 2017 within the Hitachi High Technologies Group.  Hitachi High-Tech Analytical Science has put years of experience of practical analysis into the development of a range of analyzers for PMI/NDT use across large-scale industrial processing plants. With a focus on robustness, ease of use and accuracy, you can take Hitachi PMI analyzers to every corner of your plant, including hard-to-reach test locations and welds.

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