The Izon qViro-X is a system designed for size, concentration and aggregation data for bacteria, viruses and vaccines. The product directly measures the size of individual nanoparticles in solution, to build up a profile of concentration (viral titre) against size and, therefore, the degree of sample aggregation.
Particle & Surface Sciences' POLA 2000 for particle sizing and counting has been modified to include extra applications.
The Dynamic Vapour Sorption System (DVS) is part of the Surface Measurement Systems UK (SMS) product range of dynamic vapour sorption (DVS) technology and inverse gas chromatography instrumentation and solutions.
The Inverse Gas Chromatography-Surface Energy Analyser (iGC-SEA) is specially designed to determine the surface energy heterogeneity in many applications.
The Particle and Surface Sciences & Micromeritics Tristar 3030 system is a fully automated, three-station surface area and porosity analyser designed for quality control and research organisations. The instrument can collect up to 1000 data points and fine details of the isotherm can be observed and recorded.
The Micromeritics ASAP 2060 surface area and porosity instrument is equipped with 10 and 0.1 mmHg high-resolution transducers to permit krypton (low surface area) and micropore measurements, respectively.
Particles Plus has released its Air Quality Monitors — a line of particle counters that measure particle mass concentrations and total particle mass while monitoring and recording essential environmental conditions.
The POLA 2000 is a portable particle size and count analyser manufactured by Particle & Surface Sciences (PsS). The versatile, simple-to-use system features its own carry handle, a laptop computer and Windows software.
The DCAT 9 tensiometer from DataPhysics Instruments now includes intuitive software as well as an extended choice of different measuring methods.
The AccuPyc II Series are fast, fully automatic gas displacement pycnometers that provide high-speed, high-precision volume measurements and true density calculations on a wide variety of powers, solids and slurries. Micromeritics has added a versatile temperature-control solution to the series with the introduction of the AccuPyc II TEC.
The Micromeritics ASAP 2020 Plus integrates a variety of automated gas sorption techniques into a single, research-grade, tabletop instrument. The system is designed to provide high-quality surface area, porosity and chemisorption data to materials analysis laboratories.
Micromeritics has designed a gas displacement pycnometer for users who want to measure the pore volume of drilling cores without having to break off small pieces that fit into a standard sample chamber. The AccuPyc II 1340 was custom-engineered with a large sample chamber (a volume of approximately 2000 cm3
) to accommodate a 95 mm diameter core of up to 278 mm in length, thus improving sampling statistics by eliminating the need to run multiple analyses.
The Micromeritics SediGraph III Plus determines particle size by using the accurate and reproducible sedimentation technique which measures the gravity-induced settling rates of different size particles in a liquid with known properties. This is a simple yet effective technique for providing particle size information for a wide variety of materials.
Micromeritics' TriStar II Surface Area Analyzer, AutoPore IV Mercury Porosimeter and AccuPyc II 1340 Gas Displacement Pycnometer are tools for determining the integrity of biopharmaceutical lyophilised cake.
The Particles Plus 5301 Remote Particle Counter can be easily integrated into a building automation and cleanroom management system via Ethernet or USB.
The Micromeritics Smart VacPrep is a six-port system that utilises vacuum to prepare samples by heating and evacuation. Each of the ports may be operated independently.
The DOP Solutions DOP3500 touch-screen photometer has features for testing, recording and printing the results of filter testing for cleanrooms, laboratories and other controlled environments. It is capable of testing all HEPA, ULPA and PTFE types of filter in situ and as manufactured.
The Micromeritics Autopore 9600 mercury porosimeter comes in two models: the 9605 with four low-pressure ports and two high-pressure ports @ 33,000 psia; and the 9620 with four low-pressure ports and four high-pressure ports @ 60,000 psia. It has the ability to measure pore diameters from 0.003 to 500 µm.
The Particles Plus 5310 and 5510 Remote Particle Counters display and report six user-selectable particle size channels, as well as temperature and relative humidity, flow and sensor status, date of last calibration, serial number, laser on-time and date of manufacture.
The Particles Plus 8206 Handheld Particle Counter measures 0.2 to 10.0 μm with a flow rate of 2.83 L/min. Easy to configure, the instrument displays up to six user-selectable size channels as well as temperature and relative humidity.
Particle & Surface Sciences has launched the POLA 2000, a particle size analyser and counter for liquids. The product is a robust, high-resolution particle counter designed for counting particles in liquids.
The Micromeritics TriStar II Plus is a fully automated, three-station surface area and porosity analyser intended for laboratories that require the combination of high throughput and high-quality data.
Particle & Surface Sciences has announced that the EyeTech combines two single particle sizing methodologies - a dynamic laser technology and a dynamic video/camera technology - both on the same sample.
The Micromeritics 3Flex Surface Characterization Analyzer is a fully automated three-station mesopore-, micropore- or physisorption-ready instrument, including kypton capability for low surface area materials.
Particle and Surface Sciences has introduced the TriStar II 3020 Surface Area and Porosity Analyzer by Micromeritics. The product is an easy-to-operate tabletop instrument, designed to analyse up to three samples simultaneously for optimum throughput.
The NanoPlus uses photon correlation spectroscopy and electrophoretic light-scattering techniques to determine particle size and zeta potential. The instrument can measure the particle size of samples suspended in liquids in the range of 0.6 nm to 10 µm with sample suspension concentrations from 0.00001 to 40%.
The Solair 3100 airborne particle counter is accurate, reliable and designed for ISO 21501-4 compliance. The product features an updated design, the addition of sampling and reporting recipes, and internationalisation of European and Asian languages.
The Lighthouse Worldwide Solutions Solair 1100LD (laser diode) portable particle counter, with 0.10 µ sensitivity and 28.3 L/min flow rate, can be used in ISO Class 1 to Class 7 clean rooms.
The Lighthouse NanoCount 25 is a 25 nm liquid particle counter. The device provides a built-in display for viewing real-time data and uses the industry-standard RS485 MODBUS communication protocol. Integration into facility monitoring systems or use as a stand-alone device is quick and easy.
The HPVA100/HPVA200 series gas adsorption analysers from Particulate Systems (a Micromeritics Brand) are designed to obtain high-pressure adsorption isotherms using gases such as hydrogen, methane and carbon dioxide using the static volumetric method.
The NanoSight NTA System for Nanoparticle Characterisation using the LM-10 is suitable for the quantitative characterisation of nanomaterials.
The Micromeritics ASAP 2020 HD accelerated surface and porosimetry system includes many features that offer improved isotherm resolution and accuracy. Current ASAP 2020 users can also benefit from these capabilities by upgrading their instrument to the HD standard.
The Nanosight NS200 Nanoparticle Characterization System has been based on the well-adopted LM20 model. It applies a particle-by-particle visualisation and counting method and nanoparticle tracking analysis (NTA). The system has taken advantage of developments in hardware to produce an easier-to-use instrument with a high-sensitivity camera built into the housing of the system.
The Micromeritics HPVA - 100 high-pressure volumetric analyser has been designed to measure the high-pressure adsorption isotherms with hydrogen, methane, carbon dioxide and other gases using the static volumetric method.
Micromeritics maintains its scientific commitment to innovation in the area of gas adsorption technologies by introducing a series of six new NLDFT models. Four models provide researchers with additional options for characterising single-wall or multi-wall carbon nanotubes.
The Micromeritics ChemiSorb series analysers combine the ability to perform both physical adsorption and chemisorption measurements in an upgradeable system.
Micromeritics has designed a gas displacement pycnometer to address the needs of operations that need to know the pore volume of drilling cores. The AccuPyc II 1340 has a large sample chamber (a volume of approximately 2000 cm3) that can accommodate a 95 mm diameter core of up to 278 mm in length, improving sampling statistics by eliminating the need to run multiple analyses.
The MSP Corporation Model 200 Personal Environmental Monitor is a lightweight personal sampler for collecting airborne particles in the PM2.5 and PM10 size ranges. PM2.5 and PM10 particles are airborne particles less than 2.5 and 10 µm, respectively. They are frequently used to provide a measure of airborne particle concentration for studying potential health effects of airborne particles in the indoor or outdoor environment.
The Micromeritics TriStar II analysis system is a fully automated, three-station analyser that is easy to use and designed to analyse up to three samples simultaneously for optimum throughput.
The Nanoparticle Tracking Analysis system from NanoSight Techology is based on laser light scattering microscopy. The instruments can visualise and dynamically size populations of particles in a liquid on an individual basis in the particle size range of 10-1000 nm, dependent on material.
The Micromeritics AutoChem 2920 automated catalyst characterisation system is a fully automated chemisorption analyser that enables a wide array of studies of chemical adsorption and temperature-programmed reactions. It can acquire information about the physical properties of the catalyst, catalyst support or other materials, and can determine catalytic properties such as percentage of metal dispersion, active metal surface area, acid strength, surface acidity, distribution of strength of active sites, BET surface area and more.
NanoSight has announced additional temperature control capability for its family of instrumentation.
The EyeTech particle size and shape analyser from Ankersmid International is suitable for QA/QC, process control and R&D.
Clemex Technologies is a source of image analysis systems and software for quantitative microscopy, which provides detailed information of morphology, particle size, number and shape parameters.
Particle & Surface Sciences has released 'confirm' software for the Micromeritics Gemini series and TriStar 3000 surface area and porosity analysers.
The VTI range of gravimetric sorption analysers includes analysers for the sorption studies of gases and vapour using an integrated microbalance.