Duration: 60 minutes
Presenting Partner: Syft Technologies
This webinar introduced SIFT-MS and outline the benefits that make it the ideal tool for product emission testing applications from component screening through to complete vehicle testing on the production line. Case studies illustrated how SIFT-MS has been applied to a range of emissions testing applications. Throughputs in excess of 30 samples per hour are readily achieved.
Vaughan Langford, Ph.D
Director of Applications & Marketing, Syft Technologies
Vaughan completed his PhD in Physical Chemistry at the University of Canterbury, New Zealand, in 1997 and joined Syft Technologies in 2002. Vaughan directs Syft’s applications and marketing departments. Vaughan has experience across all SIFT-MS application areas, but has focused particularly on air quality.
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