High-Tech Particle Sizing
Reproducible Analysis of particle shape and size
Whether in the field of production and quality control, research, developement or the analytical laboratory, particle measurement is essential in many areas. This requires reproducible results, as with the FRITSCH Particle Sizers. But the choice is not always easy and must be specially adapted to the application. You can distinguish between different measuring principals. On the one hand for example the Static Light Scattering, ideal for particle sizing from 0.01 to 2100 µm. On the other hand for example Dynamic Image Analysis, for analysis of particle shape and size in an extra wide measuring range of 20µm – 20mm.
Static Light Scattering
The ANALYSETTE 22 NanoTec is the ideal Laser Particle Sizer for the determination of the particle size distrubutions of powdery samples, of solids in suspension and of emulsions. The instrument is perfectly suitable for the utilisation in production and quality control as well as in research and development.
Your advantage: extremely simple operation, perfect measurement, short analysis times and consistently reproducible and reliable results. And a convincing combination of price and performance.
Dynamic Image Analysis
The ANALYSETTE 28 ImageSizer is the ideal Particle Sizer for all apllications that require accurate and reproducible measuring results for both particle shape and size of powders and bulk solids as well as of suspensions and emulsions.
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.
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Up-dated information on FRITSCH high-tech particle technology – from Dynamic Image Analysis to Static Light Scattering at www.fritsch-international.com/particle-sizing.