Particle size distribution and concentration of nano- and microparticles in suspensions and emulsions; from below 100 nm to a few micrometers. more
Comparative and predictive shelf life analysis according to ISO/TR 13097
Multi-sample device, simultaneous measurement of up to 8 samples under identical conditions
Direct and accelerated stability analysis from + 4°C to + 60°C
Stability & storage stability of emulsions & suspensions in original concentration quickly & reliably
The new generation of the proven stability analyzer LUMiFuge® considerably simplifies quality control in industry by introducing the instability index in the SEPView® 6 software. The LUMiFuge, which uses the measuring principle of analytical centrifugation, is one of the standard devices for rapid dispersion characterization. Using the patented STEP-Technology®, the LUMiFuge simultaneously determines the separation of 8 different diluted or concentrated dispersions up to 2300 times faster, the results correlate very well with the sample behavior at earth gravity. The innovative analyzer thus realizes stability tests and shelf life determinations (according to ISO/TR 13097) of original dispersions significantly faster than in a test tube in the earth's gravity field.
The very large temperature range from 4°C to 60°C offers possible uses of the LUMiFuge®111 in a variety of applications in the chemical, cosmetic (ISO/TR 18811), food and pharmaceutical industries, in the paint and petroleum sector.
Stability Analysis Systems
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Nanoparticle & droplet: size distribution, density, Hansen parameters, magnetization, adhesion ✓ Direct & accelerated stability information for R&D, QC, upscaling of suspensions & emulsions more
The multi-wavelength STEP technology now handles applications at 4-80 C with temperature stability of +/- 0.2K. more
The multi-wavelength LUMiSizer complements the near-infrared (NIR) LUMiSizer. An additional, blue light source enables particle characterization in the lower nanometer range. Shorter wavelengths increase the sensitivity for translucent & low-concentrated dispersions. The analytical photocen ... more
The new generation of the proven stability analyzer LUMiFuge® considerably simplifies quality control in industry by introducing the instability index in the SEPView® 6 software. The LUMiFuge, which uses the measuring principle of analytical centrifugation, is one of the standard devices fo ... more
LUM GmbH is a leading international provider of innovative measurement technology for dispersion analysis and materials testing. Since the founding of the company by Prof. Dr. Dr. D. Lerche in 1994, LUM is also obliged to science. The company promotes science and technology and contributes ... more
From 22-23 May 2019 LUM GmbH hosts the 9th International Conference Dispersion Analysis & Materials Testing in Berlin, Germany. Since 2014 the Young Scientist Award (YSA) recognizes outstanding scientific work by young researchers in the areas of particle and dispersion characterization and ... more
The 8th International Conference Dispersion Analysis & Materials Testing is hosted by LUM GmbH in Berlin, Germany, from 29-30 January 2018. Here, during this now traditional interdisciplinary event, particle scientists meet product formulators; application engineers meet scholars from extre ... more
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