Particle Concentration, Shape & Size

Morphologi 4-ID

Morphologi 4-ID

Morphologi 4-ID delivers detailed component-specific morphological descriptions of particulate blends through Morphologically-Directed Raman Spectroscopy (MDRS). This combines automated particle imaging with Raman spectroscopy in a single, integrated platform, providing the power to unlock complex particle characterization problems.

Zetasizer Nano Range

Zetasizer Nano Range

Instruments in the Zetasizer range are used to measure particle and molecular size from less than a nanometer to several microns using dynamic light scattering; zeta potential and electrophoretic mobility using electrophoretic light scattering; and molecular weight using static light scattering. The Zetasizer system is available in a range of variants, including the new Zetasizer Pro and Ultra. These two new systems offer unprecedented ease-of-use and flexibility, along with empowering user guid

Mastersizer 3000

Mastersizer 3000

The Mastersizer 3000 laser diffraction particle size analyzer delivers rapid, accurate particle size distributions for both wet and dry dispersions with the minimum of effort. Measuring over the nanometer to millimeter particle size ranges, it packs exceptional performance into the smallest of footprints, bringing operator-independent measurements that every user can rely on.

NanoSight

NanoSight

The Malvern NanoSight provides an easy-to-use, reproducible platform for nanoparticle characterization. The NS300 allows rapid, automated analysis of the size distribution and concentration of all types of nanoparticles from 10nm to 2000nm in diameter, depending on the instrument configuration and sample type.

Morphologi 4

Morphologi 4

Morphologi 4 provides detailed morphological descriptions of particulate samples through static image analysis, enabling a greater understanding of both sample and process. It can equally be used as an R&D tool to investigate challenging applications and in automated QC analysis where generation of robust, user-independent results and validation are required

Archimedes

Archimedes

Sizing from Buoyant Mass Archimedes is an innovative instrument which uses the technique of resonant mass measurement to detect and accurately size and count particles in the size range 50nm to 5um*. Archimedes can distinguish different species from their buoyant mass is particularly useful when characterizing proteinaceous aggregates from contaminating silicon oil in biopharmaceutical preparations, in distinguishing bubbles from lipid micelles and contaminants in ultrasound contrast agents or p

Insitec Dry

Insitec Dry

Insitec Dry particle size analyzers use laser diffraction technology to measure particles in the size range 0.1 to 2500 µm. Insitec Dry can be configured to suit practically every dry particulate process, delivering real-time monitoring and control 24/7, with options for: Dust zoned hazardous environments. Gas or dust zoned hazardous environments. Mobile application. Abrasive materials. Pharmaceutical processes.

Insitec Spray

Insitec Spray

Insitec Spray uses laser diffraction technology to measure droplets and dry particles from 0.1 µm to 2500µm. Capable of measuring even highly concentrated sprays and aerosols, Insitec Spray delivers real-time monitoring and control, 24/7. Flexible configuration simplifies installation on the process with options for: Fully customized configuration. Powder streams. Pharmaceutical processes.

Insitec Wet

Insitec Wet

Insitec Wet particle size analyzers use laser diffraction technology to measure particles in the size range 0.1 to 2500 µm in emulsions, suspensions and slurries. Insitec Wet can be configured to suit practically every wet particulate process, delivering real-time monitoring and control 24/7, with options for: Gas or dust zoned hazardous environments. Fully automated concentration control. Pharmaceutical processes. Customized Configuration Partnered Solutions

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