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The Mastersizer range sets the standard for accurate and reliable particle size analyzers that are easy to use.
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Since its launch in 2011 the Mastersizer 3000 has been shown to offer users many improvements in ease of use, speed of measurement and scope of application compared to the Mastersizer 2000. However, these cannot be realised within Quality Control app...
Large amounts of testing is being performed to optimise the efficiency of oil / water separators in diesel engines. The filters remove any solid components (rust, paint chips) that may cause wear on the engine as well as undissolved water (that will ...
This online demo is designed to provide you with an introduction to the Mastersizer 3000. You will be able to take a look at the Mastersizer 3000 and it’s accessories via the webcam in our lab, and we will share the Mastersizer 3000 software with you...
As diffraction is based upon the volume of the equivalent sphere, then unless the particles are perfectly spherical, there will be differences dependent upon the shape of the particle.
The Mastersizer 2000 software can save to a network and to do this you will need to create a network path that the PC will always connect to and modify the configuration file.
(Webinar - Recorded)
In-line PSA streamlines fuel filter testing (ISO16332)
(September 16 2015)
The software really is the shining star of the Mastersizer 3000. It makes it feel radically different from other systems on the market and a really great instrument to use. I especially like the live trends which make it so quick and easy to compare data sets.
NSL Analytical Services
Throughout the research and purchasing process, we assessed at least five to six different systems before selecting the Mastersizer 3000.
We use software capabilities, which were originally developed by Malvern for pharmaceutical industry users, to apply and demonstrate the analytical rigor required for certification of our powders.
Dr. Robert Deffley
Malvern came recommended by colleagues in the industry but it was the features of the Mastersizer 3000 itself that sold us on the instrument. We’ve been running for a year now without any reliability issues and with minimal running costs. Most importantly we produce data that can be trusted.
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