'Movie' sequence at 360 frames per second allows analysis of drop shapes and penetration of liquids into porous surfaces such as pharmaceutical powders
Rapid processes are detected, recorded and evaluated with the
high-speed version of the Kruss DSA10HS drop shape analysis
The operator can observe the drop shapes recorded at up
to 360 images/second after the measurement in the so-called movie
sequence and have them automatically evaluated.
of liquids into porous surfaces such as pharmaceutical powders,
paper, membranes, or building materials is now easily accessible
for measuring purposes.
The process of producing and applying the
test liquids has been automated to a large degree: liquid
selection, lowering the dosing needle, dosing volume and
illumination intensity are all computer-controlled.
automation of these processes ensures the high reproducibility of
the measuring procedure and therefore also of the results.
new dosing modules with two or four test liquids can be equipped
with conventional dosing needles as well as with disposable
Storage containers integrated into the dosing system
allow the syringes to be filled automatically.