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Insitec systems deliver the online continuous particle size analysis needed for efficient, cost-effective monitoring and control of industrial processes. Suitable for the widest variety of process streams from dry powders to hot sticky slurries, sprays and emulsions, whether milligrams of material or hundreds of tonnes per hour. Insitec systems measure particles in the size range 0.1 micron to 2.5 mm.
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Particle size is a performance- defining characteristic of metal powders. In this work, we look at how laser diffraction fulfils industry's need for particle size information, from development through to the manufacture of high-performance products.
This paper considers wet and dry granulation processes and the use of real-time particle size measurements in their optimization, focusing on the application of real-time laser diffraction and spatial filter velocimetry measurements.
Laser diffraction is the method of choice for particle size analysis across the majority of solids handling sectors. Fast and amenable to automation, it has been harnessed for real-time process use as well as for efficient lab analysis.
On-line laser diffraction particle sizing offers the cement industry fast, automated and real-time particle analysis, yielding possible energy savings of up to 20% along with significant product throughput gains.
This paper examines the potential of on-line particle size analysis within the context of embracing more efficient ways of working, particularly within the automation of both process analysis and control.
10 reasons to adopt on-line particle size analysis
The benefits of real-time analysis for process development
Reducing the cost of cement production through the use of automated process control
Understanding the true cost of projects
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