Fast Analysis of Particle Shape and Size of Suspensions and Powders!
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Experience the modified Particle Sizer ANALYSETTE 28 ImageSizer at ANALYTICA 2018 • Hall A1 • Booth 525 - ideal for dry and wet measurement of particle shape and size of dry, free-flowing powders and bulk solids as well as of suspensions and emulsions in a measuring range of 20 µm - 20 mm.
The optical process of Dynamic Image Analysis provides results for a wide measuring range, delivers multiple shape parameters and evaluation possibilities for particle size. The measuring time depending on the sample quantity, is under 5 minutes. And the result is available immediately.
Your advantage: Great flexibility for different measurement tasks for particle sizes of 20µm – 20mm in quality control, research and laboratory – and is a very easy and cost-effective alternative to sieving.
Efficient dry measurement of powders and bulk solids
The ANALYSETTE 28 ImageSizer is the ideal Particle Sizer for fast analysis of particle shape and size of dry, free-flowing materials. Via the optical analysis of the particle shape and particle size, you can identify damaged particles, contaminates, agglomerates or oversized and undersized particles accurately and fast and view them completely uncomplicated in single images.
- Extra wide measuring range of 20 μm – 20 mm, individually adjustable
- 3 telecentric lenses are available
- Up to 75 images per second
- Agglomerates are preserved
- Practical clean design of the measuring chamber
- Optimal number of particles due to automatic adjustment of the feeder
- Easy handling
Easy wet measurement of suspensions and emulsions
The ANALYSETTE 28 ImageSizer is in combination with the corresponding wet dispersion unit ideal for measurement of particle shape and size of suspensions and emulsions.
Wet dispersion is particularly suitable for fine particles, poorly flowing, fine-agglomerating or sticky materials, which do not react in water or other liquids.
- Extra wide measuring range of 20 μm – 2.8 mm
- Strong freely adjustable ultrasonic power for deagglomeration
- Extremely quiet dispersion with strong pumping power
- Benzine, alcohol and many organic solvents can also be used as suspension liquid as a standard feature
- Automatic rinsing cycle
- No dead space in measuring and rinsing circulation system
- Fast and consistent cleaning
State-of-the-art, simple and fast evaluation via FRITSCH Cloud and Gallery
The evaluation of the measuring results is uniquely simple with the ANALYSETTE 28 ImageSizer. The evaluation software ISS displays each recorded particle clearly as a data point in the immediately available FRITSCH Cloud as well as in the FRITSCH Gallery. You freely choose which statement is of interest to you: for example the Sphericity in regards to the Minimum Feret Diameter, the aspect ratio, applied on the porosity, or the convexity as a function of the particle Cross Section. Or display the particle size distribution as a cumulative curve, as a bar chart or in a table form.
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Send us your sample for an individual sample measurement – we will send you a detailed analysis protocol. Compare for yourself!
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