Achieving Risk-Free Titration in Five Steps
Analytical Instruments, Titrators, Service/Preventative Maintenance
Reliable, risk-free titration can now be achieved in five simple steps with METTLER TOLEDO’s global titration program Good Titration Practice™.
As a leading global manufacturer of precision instruments, METTLER TOLEDO have developed the Good Titration Practice™ (GTP™) program to guide all titration users, including Karl Fischer, to reduce risks associated with titration.
The program teaches titration users how to achieve reliable risk-free titration and assists with:
• Compliance with current regulations,
• Preserving the accuracy and precision of results,
• Increasing productivity and reducing costs,
• And offers professional qualification and training.
As reliable titration starts long before daily routines in the laboratory, GTP™ starts at the beginning of your titration system’s lifecycle. Throughout the five step program, users learn how to evaluate and select the analytical instrumentation required, install and qualify the titration system, and put in place routine operation procedures to ensure reliable titration practice.
To get users started, the online GTP™ Risk Checker has been created to allow users to assess their titration risk in a couple of minutes with a simple questionnaire.
For all stages of the titration system’s lifecycle METTLER TOLEDO also offers competence and services in the GTPSecure™ educational package (EduPac). The new EduPac provides professional user information, including literature with tips and hints, and provides a preventive maintenance contract which also gives users up to three years of warranty services.
To find out more about the GTP™ program, GTPSecure™ services or to try the risk-checker, visit www.mt.com/GTP or contact METTLER TOLEDO on 1300 659 761.
, Service/Preventative Maintenance