Safer Karl Fischer Titrations with
CMR-free reagents and OMNIS
Date: Monday, March 28, 2022
Time: 4 PM CEST
Location: Location of the webinar
Duration: 1 hour
On-demand webinar recording

Karl Fischer Titration is the preferred method for the determination of the water content and the reference method in many industries. Safe Karl Fischer titration is therefore an important topic. The safety of a Karl Fischer titration is influenced by several important factors:

  • Selection of the correct titrant and working medium
  • Selection of the correct certified standard for titer determination and system checks
  • Monitoring of the titration system to ensure its proper function
  • The Karl-Fischer titration itself – never miss the right moment when to start the titration
  • Replacement of the working medium when it is exhausted or when the titration vessel is full

OMNIS – the new titration platform from Metrohm and Hydranal’s NEXTGEN reagents from Honeywell offer the most advanced solution for this.


By attending this webinar, you will learn…

  • How to carry out a Karl Fischer titration safely with reagents which are free of CMR (carcinogenic, mutagenic and reprotoxic) substances or halogenated hydrocarbons
  • How modern Karl Fischer titrators improve safety in the lab
  • How OMNIS titrator can help to achieve perfect results


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Dr. Roman Neufeld
Senior Research Scientist
Roman joined Honeywell in 2017 as an Application Chemist, providing support to a global customer base on technical queries and application development for Karl Fischer titration. Since 2018, he has expanded his role to include development of new and innovative Hydranal reagents to stay ahead of market needs.
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Michael Margreth
Senior Product Specialist Titration
Metrohm Schweiz AG
Michael Margreth is a Senior Product Specialist for Karl Fischer Titration at Metrohm International Headquarters in Herisau, Switzerland. Previously, he worked as Application Specialist for Titration at Metrohm AG. He studied chemistry at the University of Basel, Switzerland and at the FHBB in Muttenz, Switzerland. He obtained his degree in chemistry and joined Metrohm in 2005.
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