Webinar: Why Cleanliness Analysis is Important

March 05, 2014

Cleanliness analysis using the microscope and software is increasingly important for quality assurance in a wide range of industries, including automotive and transportation. Cleanliness analysis can enhance productivity using a high quality microscope and software that reports to user-specifications or common standards such as ISO 16232 or VDA 19.

In this webinar, attendees will learn about:

  • How particle analysis on a filter can be conducted accurately and efficiently
  • How particles can be counted, measured, and differentiated into reflective and non-reflective categories
  • How to achieve these results in a repeatable and reproducible manner
  • Analysis of a wide range of different particles

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Why Cleanliness Analysis is Important

 

 

Speakers


Bob Cowden

Bob Cowden is Imaging Manager of Western North America for Leica Microsystems. He has a B.S. from George Washington University and an M.S. from Cal State. He has more than 20 years’ experience in microscopy-based imaging solutions and six years with the Industry Division of Leica Microsystems, focused on customer applications.


Kay Scheffler

Kay Scheffler has a Ph.D. from University of Bonn. He started as sales representative for Leica Microsystems’ Industry Division in Germany. He transferred to Product Management in 2007 with responsibility for cleanliness analysis systems, polarization microscopy, and inverted industry microscopes.

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