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3-day Agilent R1914A GC Troubleshooting & Maintenance training course

25 Jul 2013 - 26 Jul 2013 - Milton Keynes, UK



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What is covered?

This two-day course is designed for those who have responsibility for the preventative maintenance of the Agilent 6890 and 7890 Gas Chromatographs. It combines a mixture of classroom based presentations with hands-on hardware and software lab exercises, to give you comprehensive training.

This course includes an introduction to troubleshooting and maintenance; GC familiarisation; inlet, autosampler, column, detector, electronics and data system troubleshooting and maintenance.

Is this course for me?

This course is primarily for GC operators responsible for the maintenance and troubleshooting of Agilent gas chromatographs and is data system independent.

Course Venue

Agilent Centre of Excellence at The Open University, Milton Keynes, UK

More information

For a full course outline or more information, please email courses@anthias.co.uk.



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