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Agilent Equipment Servicing Course  
 
 
Course Duration:
2 days, 9am - 5pm
 
Course Fee:
£695.00
 
What's Included:
Lunch, tea/coffe, notes, course certificate.
 
Suitable For:
All hands-on HPLC Users
 
Location:
 
Course Presenter:
 
Course Accreditation:
 
Institute of Biomedical Scientists
 
Royal College of Pathologists
 
Institute of Science & Technology
 
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This course pays for itself the first time you don't need to call a service engineer!

This is a course especially for the routine servicing of Agilent equipment, covering the 1100 and 1200 series. This course is also relevant for any users still using the old 1050 series.

It is essentially a covers-on servicing course covering routine preventative maintenance. All modules are covered, along with instructions for testing the equipment to show that it is functioning correctly.

The course is run by Rob Viola, an ex-Agilent service engineer, who has extensive knowledge of this range of equipment.

It is a hands-on course, and each participant will do all the service procedures during the course. Hence numbers are limited to 8. During the last afternoon of the course we will assemble an Agilent 1100 system from scratch and test it to show it is working correctly.

We also run an Advanced Agilent Servicing Course which may be of interest. This is a 'covers-off' course and includes replacement of all major components, such as the pump motor, the autosampler arm, the multisolvent gradient control valve, the degasser contents etc. This course also covers Operational Qualification Tests for the system.

 
 
                 
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