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Oxford Instruments Magnetic Resonance time domain (TD-NMR) relaxometry and benchtop NMR spectroscopy solutions optimize quality control and enable novel research. In oil exploration and petrophysics, our GeoSpec is the industry standard rock core analyser.
Optimising spin finish coatings yield and performance across the synthetic fibers industry
This interactive webinar will highlight how the manufacturing yield, quality and performance of fibers is optimized through rapid, accurate, solvent free characterization of spin finish and related coatings.

Sharing case studies, we will review how high sustainability benchtop Time Domain NMR (TD-NMR) methods save time and money across products from carpet fibers to high performance nonwoven fabrics.

Come and join us to discover:

• How TD-NMR operates and replaces chemical extraction.
• Why process and quality control are so dramatically improved.
• The key outputs for oil based, fluorinated and elastomeric coatings.
• How to quantify manufacturing cost savings and product quality benefits.

From tracking coating consistency to identifying failure, we will highlight how key outcomes which include reduced surface friction, flexibility, and static elimination, enhance manufacturing output and product performance.

With uses expanding in non-woven products including sportswear, bulletproof vests and even to parachutes landing an autonomous vehicle on Mars, this webinar is a must for anyone involved across textile lifecycle from coatings formulation to process

Oxford Instruments

Oxford Instruments Magnetic Resonance time domain (TD-NMR) relaxometry and benchtop NMR spectroscopy solutions optimize quality control and enable novel research. MQC+ analyzers provide fast, simple and accurate measurement of oil, water, fluorine and fat content to deliver robust QA/QC solutions for textiles, food, agriculture, polymers, chemicals, pharmaceuticals and other industries. Our X-Pulse NMR spectrometers, with unique broadband multi-nuclei selection, identify molecular structure and monitor reaction dynamics. In oil exploration and petrophysics, our GeoSpec is the industry standard rock core analyzer.

Webinar Time: 11:00 EST | 16:00 GMT | 17:00 CET

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Dec 7, 2022 11:00 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Kevin Nott
Kevin has been an applications specialist and then product manager at Oxford Instruments since May 2005. During this time, he has worked with the textiles industry globally developing protocols and applications particularly for spin finish/oil pick up (OPU). Kevin was previously at the University of Cambridge where he investigated applications of Time Domain NMR and MRI related to food and food processing.
Tom Steen
Tom is an analytical instrumentation sales specialist who enjoys helping customers identify and develop solutions to their toughest analytical chemistry applications. Tom supports textile manufacturers in the South East region of USA to help with their quality control challenges. Tom joined Oxford Instruments Magnetic Resonance in August 2021. Prior to joining Oxford Instruments, Tom helped start-up analytical technology companies establish new markets and customer bases.