February 9, 2016

New Webinar Series! “Maximizing Your Gas Chromatograph’s Capabilities”

We’d like to invite you to a new series of webinars that we’ve prepared to help you get optimum ROI from your gas chromatographs. The first of these webinars is coming right up – and they’re FREE – so sign up now so you don’t forget!

This new educational webinar series is called “Maximizing Your Gas Chromatograph’s Capabilities.”

Hosted by Emerson’s top analyzer experts, five webinars have been scheduled throughout the year to cover the most critical aspects of the gas chromatograph (GC), share best practices, and address users’ frequently asked questions and challenges you face in the field.

The first webinar, Validating the Operation of Your Gas Chromatograph is taking place on Feb 11th (details below), and will teach you how to verify the measurement accuracy of the analyzer at the time of testing and confirm that your GC continues to operate to the desired specifications between validation periods.

“Validating the Operation of Your Gas Chromatograph”
DATE: Thursday, February 11, 2016
TIME: 10:00am CST
DURATION: 60 minutes

Who should attend this webinar?
Measurement Engineers, Operations and Process Managers, Maintenance Technicians.


  • Webinar #2 – April 21, 2016
    Communicating with Your Gas Chromatograph through Modbus: RS-232, RS-485 or Ethernet
  • Webinar #3 – June 16, 2016
    Installation Considerations for the Rosemount™ 370XA Gas Chromatograph
  • Webinar #4 – August 11, 2016
    Maintaining Your Gas Chromatograph at Optimal Performance Levels
  • Webinar #5 – October 20, 2016
    Sample Handling System Considerations for Your Gas Chromatograph

We hope you’ll be able to join us for this first information-packed webinar and please feel free to pass on this information as well.

About the Presenter
Shane HaleShane Hale is the Director of Product Management for Rosemount Gas Chromatographs. With nearly 20 years of experience in the gas analysis industry, Shane is valued as one of the leading experts in his field, often invited to give lectures on chromatography.