Spectro Analytical and AZoM are soon releasing a webinar about the changing landscape of elemental compliance and how to future-proof your operations with analytical technology. AZoM is the world’s leading online publication for the materials science community while Spectro is an institution in the field of analytical instrumentation such as X-ray fluorescence (XRF) spectrometry.
The webinar that has come out of this partnership will offer unique insights into keeping pace with regulatory demands in various regions and market segments.
Restrictions on the use of hazardous materials in manufacturing aim to reduce the detrimental environmental and health impacts of various consumer goods and products. Such regulations are increasingly commonplace and more stringent worldwide, yet these standards typically vary from region to region. Everything from electrical and electronic components to food contact materials are subject to different standards in different countries. Compounding these regional challenges is the increasing need to screen for non-intentionally added substances (NIAS) and testing for critical raw materials (CRMs).
In the upcoming webinar ‘Future-Proof Solutions for Elemental Compliance Screening Using XRF’, Dirk Wissman of Spectro Analytical will discuss how to apply XRF technologies for demanding materials screening applications. Specializing in energy-dispersive XRF (ED-XRF), Wissman will provide insights into how the technology has evolved to keep up with modern challenges, before outlining the potential of modern XRF instrumentation in regulatory compliance.
This webinar will take place on Tuesday 3rd December at 14:00 p.m. GMT. If you would like to reserve a place for the Spectro webinar, simply follow the link: Future-Proof Solutions for Elemental Compliance Screening Using XRF