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Humidity Measurement Technologies and Best Practices that will Reduce Drift and Minimize “Out of Tolerance” Incidents

Wednesday, March 23, 2011

What You Will Learn: 

During this webinar, you’ll learn how to select, install, and maintain humidity instruments.   Along with this, you’ll understand how to minimize “out of tolerance” conditions. You will walk away from this session knowing the latest technologies that improve stability and minimize drift.  It will be taught by experts on the subject and include an opportunity to ask questions about the specific problems you may be facing right now.   

  • Best practices in humidity measurement
  • The seven points for good humidity results
  • The latest humidity sensor technologies
  • Steps for understanding & meeting FDA regulations for humidity
  • Examples of FDA observations related to humidity measurement
  • Humidity sensor calibration procedures

Who should attend? 

  • Life Sciences Metrology Techs
  • Pharm/Biotech Quality Personnel
  • Pharm/Biotech Engineers
  • Pharm/Biotech Maintenance Personnel
  • Clean Room Personnel
  • Pharm/Biotech Consulting Firms
  • Clean Room Manufacturers & OEM’s
  • Life Sciences Calibration Companies

Bill Hopler

Bill Hopler of Industrial Controls has a BS Degree in Electrical Engineering from Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey. He worked for 13 years as a sales engineer for Honeywell’s Process Management Division and has worked for Industrial Controls for the last 14 years. Bill teaches customer seminars on Flow Technology, Industrial Wireless Solutions, and Gas Detection.

Greg Gowaski

Greg Gowaski of Rotronic has a BS degree in Chemical Engineering from the University of Massachusetts, Lowell. He has over 17 years in the process control and instrumentation industry focusing mainly on humidity and temperature sensing. Greg has been employed for the last 6 years as a regional sales manager with Rotronic Instrument Corp. In addition to his sales responsibilities, he also assists with technical writing, humidity webinars, and application support.

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