analysis, in the range of 200 nm to 3.0 mm. Depending on the size of the particles to be analyzed,
what form they are in, ie...liquid or solid, and the volume of the sample, different dispersion techniques are employed relative to the required throughput, to provide optimal conditions for image capture.
The 500 NANO Analyzer is specifically designed for static, non destructive analysis of low volumes (Down to 1 ml) of very fine powders. The sample is placed in a small cup with a tearable membrane floor.
A special vacuum pump is then used to tear the membrane, and deposit millions of particles on a glass slide, in just a few seconds.
The integrity of the powder is maintained, while agglomerates are gently dissociated, providing good orientation, and natural sedimentation on the glass slide.
SPECIAL DISPERSION CUP ALLOWS FOR SAMPLES AS SMALL AS 1ml TO BE ANALYZED.
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OCCHIO DIGITAL IMAGE ANALYZERS HAVE THE ABILITY TO DETECT AND QUANTIFY BOTH PARTICLE SIZE AND PARTICLE SHAPE, PAVING THE WAY FOR THE ADVANCED ANALYSIS OF PARTICLES IN BOTH LIQUID AND SOLID FORMS.
CORRELATIONS TO OTHER PARTICLE SIZE ANALYSIS METHODS, LIKE SIEVE ANALYSIS AND LASER DIFFRACTION, ARE SEAMLESSLY EMPLOYED. EVEN SHAPE PARAMETERS LIKE LENGTH, FLATNESS, AND ANGULARITY IN AGGREGATES, OR THE LENGTH OF STRINGY PARTICLES LIKE SHREDDED CHEESE, OR TOBACCO, ARE POSSIBLE.
ONCE A BASIC CORRELATION HAS BEEN ESTABLISHED, THE RESULTS ARE FINE TUNED WITH THE OCCHIO CORRELATION PROGRAM, ALLOWING FOR TURNKEY SOLUTIONS TO PARTICLE CHARACTERIZATION.