In this webinar, Vaisala product engineer Maria Nyman demonstrates a verification process for a Vaisala refractometer. Learn what equipment and materials are needed, why room temperature is important, and how to ensure the equipment temperature is stable. Register to attend live OR receive the recording.
If you maintain your quality system according to ISO quality standards, you follow defined procedures for controlling and calibrating measurement equipment. The operational procedure for checking the refractometer accuracy, linearity, and repeatability involves performing a set of verification tests using standard refractive index nD liquids. In this webinar, Vaisala product engineer Maria Nyman will show you how to perform a verification process with a Vaisala refractometer.
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Maria Nyman is a product engineer working with Vaisala’s Liquid Measurements solutions, which support inline process refractometer measurements in multiple industries. Maria holds a Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) in Environmental and Process Engineering and a Master of Science (M.Sc.) in Sustainable Energy Systems, both obtained from the University of Oulu. Maria is enthusiastic about helping Vaisala customers improve their liquid measurements to optimize resources and improve process control.
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