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Routine analyses powered by ARL X’TRA Companion XRD

Discover how the new Thermo Scientific ARL X’TRA Companion benchtop X-ray diffractometer can benefit your routine analysis workflows. The ARL X’TRA Companion is a 600 W Bragg-Brentano benchtop XRD instrument which uses latest 2D solid state detector technology and comes with one-click Rietveld quantification capabilities, perfectly designed for routine analysis tasks.

During the webinar they will cover applications in the cement and mining industry and how the ARL X’TRA Companion can assist you in your daily analysis challenges.

Key learning objectives: 

  • Why the ARL X’TRA Companion is perfectly suited for routine analysis
  • How the ARL X’TRA Companion can solve your clinker, cement, and mining analysis
  • Why accuracy and repeatability really matter
  • Have the chance to ask questions to our experts after the presentation

About the event speakers: 

Raphael Yerly is a seasoned professional in the field of XRD (X-ray diffraction) instrumentation, with over 23 years of experience at Thermo Fisher Scientific, the world leader in serving science. 

Holding a degree in engineering from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Raphael Yerly combines technical expertise with business acumen, having also earned an MBA. Recognizing the importance of using finite resources efficiently, Raphael has been actively involved in developing innovative solutions that enhance productivity and sustainability, particularly for industries such as cement, minerals, and metals.

Simon Welzmiller is Global Application Specialist for X-ray diffraction at Thermo Fisher Scientific since 2017. He has more than 10-year experience in various XRD applications and techniques. 

Simon holds a PhD in Solid State Chemistry from Leipzig University and a master’s degree in chemistry from LMU Munich. After his PhD thesis, he started a position as Application Specialist for XRD with STOE. In 2017, he joined Thermo Fisher as Application specialist for XRD. 

Who should attend this event?

This webinar is ideally suited for Lab managers, lab technician/operators, geologists, mineralogists, analytical chemists, material research scientists. Book your place below.  

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