HPLC/UHPLC Troubleshooting: A Performance Qualification Approach
Jun 01 2017
Who should take this course?
This course is designed for anyone who works with HPLC or UHPLC. No previous experience with HPLC or UHPLC systems is assumed; however, much of the course will also appeal to the more experienced chromatographer.
What does it cover?
“HPLC & UHPLC Troubleshooting” is an intensive one day course that teaches you how to solve the common problems that can occur with your LC methods. You will learn how to qualify the performance of your HPLC/UHPLC instrument using specific tests that can also be used for isolating existing problems. You’ll also learn how to prevent many of these problems from occurring in the first place. This course covers:
- Operating principles of each module in an HPLC/UHPLC system
- Review of HPLC theory as it applies to troubleshooting and instrument maintenance
- Why performance qualification (PQ) is so important
- Proven techniques for systematic problem solving and instrument maintenance
- The most effective, time saving and money saving approaches to preventing common hardware problems and method failures
What will I get from this course?
What you learn will demystify your instrument. You’ll find that all of the perplexing and frustrating problems you experience have straightforward and logical solutions. More importantly, you’ll learn that most of these problems are preventable. The techniques you learn from this course will make you more effective at work and save you big headaches! Delegates tell us that this “extremely practical course” is a must for everyone who uses HPLC or UHPLC.
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