Versatile System Provides Fast, Accurate Dynamic Image Analysis
Jun 12 2018 Read 345 Times
Based on the unique dual camera technology, Retsch Technology’s CAMSIZER P4 measures the size and shape of powders, granules and bulk materials in a range from 20 microns to 30 mm with Dynamic Image Analysis (DIA). Compared to sieve analysis, which only determines the approximate particle size, DIA is superior in its resolution, precision and reproducibility. Moreover, it provides additional detailed information on particle shape.
The DIA technique is much faster than sieve analysis so that production parameters may be monitored and adjusted in real time. A smooth change from sieve analysis to CAMSIZER P4 is easily possible thanks to algorithms for emulating sieve analysis.
The CAMSIZER P4 reliably analyses all size and shape parameters of a great variety of bulk materials and granulates including spherical and irregularly shaped grains and crystals, spray-dried and fluid bed granular materials, pellets and extrudates.
Thanks to the robust construction and a measuring technique that is not sensitive to disturbances, the particle analyser is also suitable for operation under challenging industrial conditions.
In combination with the optional AutoSampler, efficiency can be increased by high sample throughput due to the automated sample measurement.
For dry and wet measurement of particles in a size range from 0.8 microns to 8 mm, Retsch Technology offers the CAMSIZER X2 model which also uses Dynamic Image Analysis.
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