Webinar

Time Saving in Microbiological QC Testing of Liquid Samples

September 29, 2021 | 3 pm CEST (9 am EDT)

The use of reusable filtration systems is very often seen as the best solution to perform microbial enumeration tests of beverages and all filterable liquids.

In this web-seminar we will share the results of laboratory experiments comparing reusable and single use filtration systems. You will learn that the use of single use filtration units and single use funnels will not only help to save costs and time, but also to streamline your workflows.

You can ask questions at any time during the event, which will be answered after the presentation.

Register now for the free webinar on 29 September 2021, from 3 to 4 pm CEST!

Who should attend?

Quality QC Manager & Lab Technicians, people working in QC lab of any beverage industry: beer, wine, bottled water, spirits and soft drinks.

In this webseminar you will learn:

  • How single use filtration units can help streamline the workflows
  • How to save time
  • Advantages and disadvantage of single use and reusable funnels and filtration units
  • How to minimize risks of secondary contamination

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Presenters

Juliane is Product Manager for Microbiology at Sartorius Lab Instruments. She studied Biology at the ‘Friedrich Schiller University’ in Jena, Germany, focusing on microbiology and botanics. She has been working for the Sartorius Group for 14 years, starting out as an Application Specialist, and is now part of the Product Management team.

Olivier is Regional Business Manager, Microbiology at Sartorius. He earned a biochemistry and microbiology diploma from the ‘Ecole Nationale de Chime, Physique et Biologie’ of Paris. He has been working for the Sartorius Group for 30 years and has been a PDA member for over 10 years. His long and varied career path at Sartorius spans across technical support, training, sales, strategic and operational marketing.

Contact

Sartorius AG

Otto-Brenner-Str. 20
37079 Göttingen
Germany

+49 551 308 0
+49 551 308 3289