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Particle Size Analyzer Malvern Instruments Exhibits New Laser Diffraction Particle Size Analyzer

| Author / Editor: Frank Jablonski / Dipl.-Medienwirt (FH) Matthias Back

Materials characterization company Malvern Instruments focuses on particle sizing as the Mastersizer 3000 laser diffraction particle size analyzer makes its Pittcon debut in 2012.

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The new Mastersizer 3000 from Malvern is a laser diffraction particle size analyzer and makes its Pittcon debut in 2012. (Bild: Malvern)
The new Mastersizer 3000 from Malvern is a laser diffraction particle size analyzer and makes its Pittcon debut in 2012. (Bild: Malvern)

Orlando/USA - Experts in particle sizing, Malvern Instruments exhibit a new Laser Diffraction Analyzer at Pittcon 2012. The small footprint instrument delivers precise high-resolution wet and dry sample measurement from 10 nm to 3.5 mm, with rapid operator-independent measurement enabling increased lab productivity, the company states.

A range of sample dispersion accessories provides a solution for every application, including dry dispersion of fragile particles such as pharmaceutical actives. Most importantly the Mastersizer 3000’s simple intuitive software is designed to lighten the analyst’s workload, driving user-defined measurements and delivering Malvern’s applications expertise to the user in a simple and straightforward way.

For more complete particle and molecular understanding, visitors to the Malvern booth learn that the company’s Zetasizer nanoparticle characterization series, Viscotek multiple detector GPC/SEC platforms, Morphologi G3 particle imaging, Kinexus rheometer, and online analytical solutions can support their work.

Malvern Instruments is also presenting a number of short courses as part of the conference program on topics ranging from ‘Sampling for particle size analysis’ through ‘Size by Dynamic Light Scattering and Zeta Potential Characterization’ to ‘Fundamentals and Practical Application of Size-exclusion Chromatography’ and ‘Solving Industrial Problems using Rheometry and Rheology’.

Malvern Instruments exhibits at Pittcon 2012 on Booth #3641.

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