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TSI Webinar

Introducing the Model 8150 Automated Filter Tester. Take high performance testing from the lab to the production line.

Introducing the New Model 8150 Automated Filter Tester

04 mai 2021 8:00 AM (CDT) / 3:00 PM (CEST) WebEx Webinar

*Cet événement a lieu en ligne, en anglais.*

Description

This new filter tester, the model 8150, is especially designed for high throughput in applications that require 100% QA/QC testing such as P100 & FFP3 respirator cartridges. Take the high-performance from the lab to the production line!

Join us as we introduce you to the 8150 in-line production tester, an evolution of our model 8130A, and learn how this new filter tester can help meet your application needs.

Details

There are two dates to chose from in the table below. Please choose a session that works best in your time zone.
*We will present the same information during each session*

Session 1

Session 2

DATE: May 4th, 2021

TIME: 8:00am (CST) / 3:00pm (CEST)

DURATION: 1 hour

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DATE: May 6th, 2021

TIME: 9:00am (CEST) / 3:00pm (BJT)

DURATION: 1 hour

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Meet the Presenter

Jürgen Spielvogel is Senior Global Product Manager at TSI. He has more than 19 years of experience in particle measurements and has been involved continuously ​​​​​in standardization of particle measurements, and most recently as convener of ISO TC 24/SC 4/WG 12 driving standards such as ISO 27891 and ISO 15900. 

Jürgen has spent 13 years working with filter testing standards around the globe such as NIOSH 42 CFR 84, EN143/EN149/EN13274-7, GB2626, ISO 16890, and ISO 29463. He is based in Germany and active member of DIN working group “Breathing apparatus for work and rescue”