Particle Size Analysers

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Analyzers for particle size distribution, zeta potential and charge/pH titration

Short measurement time and ultra fast titration speed ✓ "Mix and Measure" principle to avoid sedimentation during the measurement ✓ Laboratory or inline usage more

The new generation of particle size measurement equipment from HORIBA

Simple wet and dry measurement without the need of time-consuming measurement cell changes ✓ Vast range of particle sizes: 0.01 µm bis 5000 µm ✓ Extensive optional equipment available for a large variety of applications more

The Power of the Probe: Dynamic Light Scattering Made Easy

External probe in different lengths with 180° backscatter ✓ Amplified optical signal for unparalleled accuracy and sensitivity via Reference Beating ✓ Molecular weight determination ✓ more

News Particle Size Analysers

  • Anton Paar acquires product line for particle characterization

    Anton Paar expands the product portfolio for particle characterization by the acquisition of the corresponding division from CILAS (Orléans, France). The PSA instruments are based on the light scattering principle or image analysis. They give information about the size distribution and shape of part more

  • FRITSCH Milling and Sizing subsidiary officially dedicated in Beijing

    Confucius said: “It is of no importance how slow you go as long as you do not stop.“ And FRITSCH continuously takes a step ahead: Besides subsidiaries in Russia and Singapore, FRITSCH Milling and Sizing now founded a subsidiary in the Chinese capital of Beijing. Since decades FRITSCH is involved in more

  • Malvern’s Mastersizer 3000 wins Powtech Innovation Award

    Just a month after its launch, the Mastersizer 3000 laser diffraction particle size analyzer from Malvern Instruments is enjoying yet another moment in the spotlight, as one of the winners at the Powtech Innovation Awards presented on 11 October 2011 at a ceremony in Nürnberg, Germany.The awards, wh more

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