Particle analysis

Yum ... particle analysis can be tasty business under some particularly sweet circumstances. But in the chemical and pharma industries the focus is mostly on particle size and shape, while other properties such as charge and color are also examined. Particle analyzers often contain built-in dispersion units. Particle sizes can be determined within a particular measurement range, in which the resolution is often variable.

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Separation and Sediment Analysis by LUMiReader® X-Ray

The innovative Separation Analyser LUMiReader® X-Ray extends the proprietary STEP-Technology® to X-radiation, to characterize the separation behaviour more

PartAn - 3D Image Analysis: Most recent 3D Size and Shape Analysis for Laboratory and Process

Bulk powder analysis for lab and online: Highest resolution size and shape information more

S 3500 Series: Tri-Laser-Diffraction Analyzers for the size range 10 nm to 3000 µm; with image analyzer module

Folded optics - smallest foot print. Accessory for liquid and dry dispersion, dynamic image analysis module integrated into the liquid circulation more

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Laboratory machine to determine particle size distribution in mineral soils in accordance with DIN ISO 11277

The Sedimat 4-12 operates on the basis of the KÖHN analysis in accordance with DIN ISO 11277, which until now has been the only rational measurement method to provide identical results for sedimentation analysis with the same dependence on particle shape. The sedimentation rate of soil particles was more

Particle Size Measurement at the push of a button: 10 nm - 2000 µm

With the FRITSCH Laser Particle Sizers ANALYSETTE 22 MicroTec plus (0.08 – 2000 µm) and NanoTec plus (0.01 – 2000 µm) particle measurement becomes a simple matter, for professionals as well as for any employee – in production and quality control or in research and development. No prior knowledge is more

ANALYSETTE 28 for measurement of Particle Shape and Size with Dynamic Image Analysis!

The new ANALYSETTE 28 ImageSizer is the ideal instrument for analysis of particle shape and size of dry, free-flowing powders and bulk solids in a measuring range from 20 µm to 20 mm. Via the optical analysis of particle shape and particle size, damaged particles, contaminations, agglomerates or ove more

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  • Weighing particles at the attogram scale

    MIT engineers have devised a way to measure the mass of particles with a resolution better than an attogram — one millionth of a trillionth of a gram. Weighing these tiny particles, including both synthetic nanoparticles and biological components of cells, could help researchers better understand th more

  • Malvern Instruments opens new applications laboratory in São Paulo

    Malvern Instruments opened a new applications and demonstration laboratory in Brazil located at the São Paulo facility of Malvern’s parent company Spectris. The new laboratory will be equipped with instruments of particle characterization, protein measurement and rheology systems. The establishment more

  • LUM is nominated for the Innovation Award Berlin-Brandenburg 2012

    LUM GmbH is nominated for the Innovation Award with the new Adhesion Analyser LUMiFrac. From more than 100 applications LUM was nominated into the final five candidates. With the LUMiFrac® LUM, currently known as market leader in innovative analysers for direct and accelerated stability analysis and more

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White papers Particle Analysis

  • Measuring particle size using modern laser diffraction techniques

    Many different techniques have been devised for determining particle size distribution, but for a wide range of industries laser diffraction has become the preferred choice. Laser diffraction, alternatively referred to as Low Angle Laser Light Scattering (LALLS), can be used for the non-destructive analysis of wet or dry samples, with particles in the size range 0.02 to 2000 micron and has inherent advantages which make it preferable to other options for many different materials. more

  • Making the connection - particle size, size distribution and rheology

    A number of factors influence the rheology of a suspension, including particle size, particle size distribution, and the volume fraction of solids present. Here we examine the relationship between rheology and particle size parameters. Commonly used rheological terms are described and we present data from example systems to illustrate key points more

  • Particle Analysis: Quality Control of Catalysts with Digital Image Processing

    Catalysts are widely used as an important auxiliary material in the chemical and petrochemical industry. They are able to accelerate chemical reactions by lowering the activation energy, i.e. they change reaction kinetics. Thus, using catalysts in industrial processes has the advantage of higher productivity combined with less energy consumption. more

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Rotex Screeners and Separators

Home Products Applications Parts & Service Downloads News & Events About Rotex Rotex Labs Contact Rotex Proven Process Solutions The Global Leader ROTEX is the global leader in screening technologies, engineering and manufacturing leading-edge equipment for screening & separations, particle size ana more

cleanliness analysis

JOMESA Meßsysteme GmbH Image analysis start Contact The JOMESA system for cleanliness analysis   1. Cleanliness analysis - Methods 2. Microscopic residue analysis - Measurement process 3. Microscopic residue analysis - Technical details, accessories 4. Oil cleanliness analysis 1. Cleanliness analysi more

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