Advanced seminar: CS18 Using calibration systems

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For whom? CS18 operators and persons responsible in laboratories

What is it about? Participants will learn about all operating modes of the SPEKTRA CS18 calibration systems and how to use them. The main focus will be on the effective implementation of your calibration tasks. Basic knowledge of calibration in the field of vibration technology is helpful.
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Seminar details

Dates & options

Our training courses are held regularly at SPEKTRA in Dresden. You can find all dates in our events calendar.

Upon request, we also offer on-site seminars – individually tailored and on your premises!

Seminar management

Address

SPEKTRA Schwingungstechnik und Akustik GmbH Dresden
Heidelberger Str. 12
DE - 01189 Dresden

Tel.: +49 351 400 24 0
Fax: +49 351 400 24 99
E-Mail:

Seminar content

Theoretical part

  • Basic principles of a calibration system
  • Operating modes of the CS18 calibration system
  • Documentation of the calibration results
  • Special topics, innovations
  • Discussion

Practical part

  • Demonstration of standard calibrations
  • Presentation of special options and measuring methods
  • Expert discussion and exchange of experiences

Conditions

Service scope

  • Participation in theoretical and practical part for 1 person
  • Seminar documentation
  • Catering during breaks
  • 1 x lunch

Attendance fee: 690 euros

Participation and cancellation conditions

  1. We reserve the right to cancel the seminar if there are not enough participants.
  2. It is possible to withdraw from the event free of charge up to 21 days before the start of the seminar.
  3. A cancellation fee of 50 % will be charged from 20 days to 8 days before the start of the seminar.
  4. If cancellation takes place 7 days up to 1 day before the start of the seminar or in the event of non-participation, seminar fees shall be due in full.
  5. The date of withdrawal is the date of receipt of the mail. Participants may be changed free of charge.
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