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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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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.
As manufacturers turn to on-line particle size analysis, the issue of how to ensure sucessful project implementation becomes relevant. This white paper examines the economic and practical benefits of choosing the best size measurement approach.
Operating manual for the Parsum inline particle probe
Hardware manual for the Parsum inline particle probe
As the pharmaceutical industry implements PAT and QbD, their symbiotic nature becomes increasingly obvious. Both are catalysts towards the longer term goals of continuous operation and real-time release.
Understanding the true cost of projects
Implementing PAT and QbD
Parsum operating manual - IPP70 (English)
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Parsum hardware manual - IPP70 (English)
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