Monday 13 September 2010

'How to Troubleshoot HPLC' - New External Training Course

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MTS is delighted to announce a series of training dates for a new course ‘How to Troubleshoot HPLC’. These one day external training courses are sponsored by Phenomenex. The available dates are as follows:

Thursday 18th November
Louis Fitzgerald Hotel, Naas Road, Dublin
Tuesday 23rd November
De Vere Wychwood Park, Weston, Crewe, Cheshire

Tuesday 30th November
The Lensbury, Broom Road, Teddington, West London


Learn how to find solutions for problems encountered when running HPLC analysis by diagnosing symptoms and implementing appropriate preventative measures. This course is ideal for those who have experience of using HPLC and now want to develop their skills further.

  • Overview of the HPLC and how it works:
    Mobile phase, pumps, injectors, columns, detectors and connections
  • Common problems and preventative measures
  • Problem solving strategy:
    Assessing the symptoms
    Making diagnosis
    Finding the appropriate solution


This course will enable you to go back to your lab with a full understanding of why problems may arise with your HPLC system and give you the skills and knowledge to both prevent and resolve those problems. In addition you will be able to:

  1. Understand how HPLC works and the role of each component in an HPLC system
  2. Understand how problems can arise in the individual components of an HPLC system
  3. Implement measures which prevent problems occurring
  4. Use a systematic problem-solving approach to HPLC troubleshooting
  5. Diagnose and resolve problems associated with HPLC
The course costs £195 which includes the full day of training (including post training assessment), course literature, technical brochures, lunch & refreshments. To register click here or contact Phenomenex and quote course number SS0-7449.
Telephone: 01625 501 367 (UK) or 01 247 5405 (Eire)
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