A range instruments featuring the latest technologies and methods to analyse particles comprise just some of Meritics’ systems designed to ease all stages of research, development, and manufacturing.
Heading up the fleet, the company claims that its Multisizer 4e is the most accurate and flexible particle characterization device available, boasting a sizing range of 0.2 – 1600 μm. Its 10 μm aperture allows users to study sub-cellular and micro-particles as small as 200 nm, while the advanced noise reduction system for small apertures improves measurement accuracy.
The instrument uses the Coulter principle to detect particles via electrical zone sensing, regardless of the particle’s nature or optical properties, making it suitable for detecting and counting a wide variety of particles, such as mammalian cells, bacteria, abrasives, cell aggregates and spheroids to name a few.
Also, in the Meritics range, the LS 13 320 XR Laser Diffraction Particle Size Analyser yields fast, reliable particle size analysis data for dry and aqueous and non-aqueous samples. It features enhanced PIDS technology and extended measurement range for higher resolution and more accurate, reproducible results. New software with an intuitive interface provides data in just a few clicks.
Spectradyne’s CS1 TM instrument is suitable for rapid quantitative measurement of Nanoparticle size in solution. It measures individual nanoparticles to produce particle size distributions with quantitative concentration information and, not reliant on optical technology, can be used for protein aggregation studies, extracellular vesicle analysis, nanomedicine, virus studies etc.
Finally, the most affordable FlowCam 5000 is suitable for general monitoring applications, process-specific monitoring applications like drinking water utilities, as well as for aquatic research and educational institutions. Using flow imaging microscopy, it provides digital images that allow for rapid count, measurement, and identification of organisms and particles in a liquid sample.