I’ve just returned from a hectic 2 days, ‘test driving’ the new Mastersizer 3000 for participants of our two hands-on seminars at the National Coal Mining Museum in Wakefield, and the National Motor Heritage Centre in Warwick.

This was a great opportunity to showcase the new Mastersizer as well as the Morphologi G3 and Spraytec instruments in an informal workshop type setting where there was plenty of opportunities for participants to get up close and personal with the instruments.

I enjoy rolling my sleeves up and getting stuck in and had lots of fun demonstrating the capabilities of the Mastersizer especially the new Aero dry disperser. Many of the participants have our current Mastersizer 2000, and although often dearly loved, I have a feeling one or two older systems may be put out to pasture very soon 🙂

My colleagues Debbie Huck and Anne Virden shared their enthusiasm and knowledge on the Morphologi G3 and Spraytec as well which lead to some lively discussions and interactions throughout the day. At the end of the day, after slaving over a hot instrument presenters and participants even managed to get in a quick tour of the Museum, as you can see in the photo below.

We run these types of seminar on a regular basis, and I hope to meet some more of you at the next one. Until then, Bon Voyage!

Anne Virden, Carl Levoguer, Debbie Huck and Carolyn Mullen at the National Motor Heritage Centre in Gaydon