Recorded: April 2016
Reliable chemical and engineering information is critical for rapid process development. Often, the sensors are too slow, and provide limited information. This can lead to nearly-blind operation and slow development progress. Engineering and research labs need instrumentation that allows the process stream to be seen in real-time and provides quantitative data with reliable mass information. They need visualization.
Learn how the Diablo RTGA-MS system uses reliable, real-time information to deliver rapid process development.
Terry L. Ramus, Ph.D.
Over the last 30 years, Terry has done research in gas phase analytical techniques with an emphasis on strategy, development, custom solutions, and implementation. The effort includes both hardware, instrumentation and software. Applications and experience with the technology is broad and across many industries. These include, chemical, polymers, energy, fuels, petroleum, manufacturing, computer fabrication, gas analysis, food processing, art preservation, process scale-up, engineering development, environmental and research laboratories. Terry is an analytical chemist and a principal owner of Diablo Analytical, Inc. in Antioch, California since 1993.
David A. Randle
Dave Randle is the Sales & Marketing Director for Diablo Analytical. Supporting Diablo’s business in North America, Dave brings over 20 years domestic and international management and business development experience with companies such as Hewlett-Packard and Agilent Technologies to lead Diablo’s strategic direction and growth. Dave conducts customer training, develops marketing and technical tools, and invents other creative ways to drive an outstanding customer experience.