Lucideon will host the sampling seminar on October 20th

Sampling Best Practice for Improved Business Performance

  • 15 Sep 2015

Lucideon has announced that it will host a free webinar focusing on best practices in collecting and analysing samples and how this can impact upon businesses.

Sampling Best Practice for Improved Business Performance will be presented by Dr Chris Pickles, Principle Consultant for Surfaces and Coatings, and Dr Richard White, Head of Testing at Lucideon. 

Dr Chris Pickles commented: 

“Correct sampling methods and techniques are extremely important for analysis.  If samples are collected in a less than optimal way, results can be skewed, unrepresentative and misleading and actions taken based on data generated from unrepresentative samples could lead to hefty financial losses and manufacturing downtime.

“The webinar will be useful for anyone working within a manufacturing process environment or as part of an upstream or downstream process, such as R&D or data analysis.  We’ll discuss issues to look out for and examine how bad practice can affect results and actions, and take a practical look at how physical sampling best practices can be implemented.”

The webinar will take place on Tuesday 20th October at 2pm. 


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