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Particle Size Analyzer Description
One of the most important parts of understanding the particulate samples that you’ve collected is knowing their size. Many different industries need to analyze and measure, as well as distribute, particles of different size. Different sized particles can affect experiments, products, and processes. Science needs to be exacting work, and you can’t get by with an approximate measurement. You need to have the exact measurements, and a particle size analyzer can help.
Features of particle size analyzers
You need to consider a number of different things when you are choosing an analyzer to tent. Think about the current techniques that you are using, as well as the size range you will need to analyze. Consider the materials you will be using and the type of information that you need to glean from your analysis, as well as your desired throughput. Also consider the amount of sample that will be used for the analysis, so you can be sure you have a machine that is large enough to accommodate it.
Different types of analyzers will provide you with different information about the sample you are studying. This is why it is always so important to understand the capabilities of the device before renting. You need to make sure it is capable of providing you with the exact type of measurements you will need.
Particle Size Analyzer Applications
There are a number of different types of particle size analyzer out there, and different types of machines will work better for different sized particles. Some of the different types of measurements offered by the various machines include Taylor dispersion analysis, dynamic light scattering, nanoparticle tracking analysis, resonant mass measurement, laser diffraction, spatial filter velocimetry, and automated imaging.
The basics of operating the various models and brands is the same. However, only trained personnel should use the machines to ensure they are conducting the analysis properly and that they can trust their results.
Particle Size Analyzer Manufacturers
Understand exactly what you need from the machine, and choosing the best particle size analyzer becomes much easier. Some of the companies that make these analyzers include Malvern, Brookhaven Instruments, BC-Particle, and AZO Materials.