Bruker is attending ArabLab 2012 (March 26-29, Dubai, United Arab Emirates) with its industry leading PIONA+ Analyzer. PIONA+ Analyzer is the complete solution for characterizing hydrocarbon and oxygenate composition of a spark-ignition fuel sample.
Bruker will also introduce the CompassCDS software to attendees at ArabLab, during a series of seminars conducted during the course of the event, held at the Bruker booth #610.
Bruker’s www.GlobalEnergyTesting.com offering a dedicated community website for hydrocarbon processing analysts and experts.
Bruker are also launching a new global energy testing website. With the launch of GlobalEnergyTesting.com, Bruker aims to bring together the global petrochemical community to foster collaboration and shared learning among all petrochemical testing laboratories. GlobalEnergyTesting.com has content that is targeted to the user's locale, and features a discussion forum that is open to petrochemical analysts, scientists, regulators, and educators.
The community emphasis extends to interested universities, publications, and industries who all have an input to the site alongside the latest news, articles and videos. Shared information about methods and a downloadable library of protocols for Bruker's PIONA+ Analyzer will also be featured. Another highlight of the site will be the work of important research laboratories from across the globe.
"Bruker recognizes that if you are involved in crude oil refinery, natural gas production or any other of the myriad of petrochemical processing steps, you rely on being able to undertake reliable qualitative and quantitative analysis of organic and inorganic compounds, which is at the core of your business" commented Hans van den Heuvel, Product Marketing Manager. "Bruker are committed to providing the petrochemical community with communications and expert resources to assist in solving issues faster.
These resources are provided through the framework of GlobalEnergyTesting.com, with the development of a community to share ideas, discuss current issues in the industry, and plan for the future of global energy testing."