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Parsum Probes use Spatial Filter Velocimetry to deliver in situ, real-time size and velocity measurements for solid particles suspended in a pneumatic or gravity flow gas stream. Robust, dustproof and waterproof they measure particles in the size range 50-6000 µm with velocities from 0.01-50 m/s and are suitable for any industrial environment.
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Particle size distribution is one of the key parameters in pharmaceutical powder processing.
Granulation – a common method for improving powder flow properties and reducing segregation is often not easy to develop, scale-up and control.
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.
Particle size is a critical control parameter in many different industries including pharmaceuticals, chemicals, coatings, and mining. Particle size distribution plays a major role in determining the performance of the end product, so pro...
With wider acceptance of PAT initiative within Pharma Industry, the use of in-situ Analytical Equipment for real time process monitoring and control has become a necessity. This presentation will concentrate on the ways integration of Mal...
Operating manual for the Parsum inline particle probe
(Webinar - Recorded)
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