ACCSI award for GeoPyc 1365


The Annual Conference of China Scientific Instruments (ACCSI) has recognised the Micromeritics GeoPyc 1365 envelope density analyser as one of the leading new instruments introduced in China in 2017.

The Micromeritics GeoPyc 1365 employs a displacement measurement technique composed of small, rigid spheres having a high degree of flowability. The sample is placed in a bed of Dry Flo, which is agitated and gently consolidated about the sample. The GeoPyc collects the displacement data, performs the calculations, and displays or prints the results.

A total of 475 Chinese and foreign equipment manufacturers submitted 586 new scientific instrument applications for annual Best New Scientific Instruments awards. A committee shortlisted 133 instruments based on user comments, market outlook and innovation, and finally 20 instruments were recognised as the best instruments.

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