Fritsch exhibit the ANALYSETTE 28 ImageSizer at analytica 2018
26 Mar 2018
The ANALYSETTE 28 ImageSizer, from Fritsch, ideal for the analysis of particle shape and size, of both dry, free-flowing powders, and suspensions and emulsions, can be viewed at analytica 2018 in Munich this April.
The new Fritsch ANALYSETTE 28 ImageSizer uses the optical process of Dynamic Image Analysis to provide results for a wide measuring range of both dry powders and, with the appropriate wet dispersion unit, suspensions and emulsions, delivering information on multiple shape parameters with manifold evaluation possibilities for particle analysis. The measuring time, dependent of course on the sample quantity, is usually less than 5 minutes, with the results available immediately.
The ANALYSETTE 28 ImageSizer, with Dynamic Image Analysis, is therefore the ideal particle sizer for the rapid analysis of particle shape and size in dry, free-flowing materials, like powders, permitting the identification of damaged particles, agglomerates or oversized/undersized particles and contaminates. All particles can be viewed in single images.
The ANALYSETTE 28 ImageSizer has an extra wide measuring range of 20 μm – 20 mm, and 3 telecentric lenses are available with up to 75 images per second analysable. Optimal particle number throughput is achieved thanks to automatic adjustment of the feeder and agglomerates are thereby preserved. Samples are easily handled with practical clean design of the measuring chamber.
For suspensions and emulsions ANALYSETTE 28 ImageSizer has an automatic rinsing cycle with no dead space in the measuring and rinsing circulation system and an extra wide measuring range of 20 μm – 2.8 mm. The ANALYSETTE 28 features freely adjustable, ultrasonic power for deagglomeration and extremely quiet dispersion with a powerful pumping facility. Benzine, alcohol and many organic solvents can also be used as standard suspension liquid.
To fully appreciate everything the ANALYSETTE 28 ImageSizer offers for particle size and shape analysis, simply visit booth 525 in Hall A1 of analytica 2018 this April.