Tuesday, 25 February 2020
Next Generation PMI Using LIBS Technology – Workshop
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Next Generation PMI Using LIBS Technology – Workshop

LIBS or Laser Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy is a new technique that allows engineers and technicians to determine accurately and comprehensively the chemical composition of anything from metals and alloys to soils and geological samples.

It is the only field portable technique that enables you to measure the entire periodic table including light elements (Li, Be, Mg, Al etc.) as well as carbon allowing you to distinguish low carbon stainless steel from their higher carbon relatives e.g. 316L from 316 stainless steel.

In this workshop you will learn how the technology works and how it allows you to positively identify metals and materials in a matter of seconds out in the field using the handheld SciAps LIBS analyser.

Venues and Dates:

  • Perth - Feb 27
  • Adelaide - Feb 28
  • Melbourne - Mar 1
  • Sydney - Mar 6
  • Brisbane - Mar 7
  • Auckland - Mar 9

​REGISTER NOW

Find more information in the event flyer below. 

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