Reproducible Analysis of Particle Shape and Size in less than 5 minutes
Mar 08 2022
Amazingly good value particle analyser with software that’s fun to use.
The FRITSCH ANALYSETTE 28 ImageSizer for dry and wet measurement is the ideal Particle Sizer for all applications that require accurate and reproducible measuring results for both particle shape and size.
The optical method of dynamic image analysis delivers results for particle sizes from 5 μm to 20 mm with a multitude of shape parameters and evaluation options.
Your advantage: excellent flexibility for different measurement tasks. Even agglomerating samples can be processed easily by using the optional wet dispersion unit.
The Top Advantages of the ANALYSETTE 28 ImageSizer
- Ideal for powders and bulk solids as well as for suspensions and emulsions
- Costs 50 % less than comparable competitor products for most applications
- State-of-the-art software that’s fun to use – including single image analysis of individual particles upon a mouse click
- Fast evaluation at high image resolution – up to 75 images per second in microscopy quality
For fast single image viewing, each individual particle can be opened directly from the FRITSCH Cloud with a mouse click. The really important information for you about the morphology will be shown by the position of the data point in the Cloud. Without time-consuming search, you can immediately analyse and evaluate individual selected particles using all available size and shape parameters.
Even if you conduct many and frequent sieve analyses, this particle size analyser is still the perfect, time-saving alternative without weighing, assembling of a sieve stack and time-consuming cleaning. And the follow-up costs are significantly reduced because calibrating and purchasing new sieves are no longer necessary.
Showing you how it’s work!
Experience the FRITSCH ANALYSETTE 28 ImageSizer and see here how it’s work.
Up-dated information on FRITSCH particle sizing technology – from Static Light Scattering to Dynamic Image Analysis can be found on the website.
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