Analytik distribute the CPS Disc Centrifuge which measures highly poly-dispersed particles in the size range of ~2.0nm to ~75 microns at 2 to 10 times better resolution than any other particle sizing instrument regardless of measurement technique.
Features of the CPS Disc Centrifuge include: extremely high resolution with clean separation of narrow peaks that differ in size by as little as 2%. Ability to detect and measure very small and subtle changes/differences in particle size. Ability to measure/monitor nano-particle coating thickness. Very high sensitivity; minimum detection limit below 10-8 gram active sample for narrow peaks. Highly reproducible results; the typical 95% confidence range for reported peak sizes in replicate analyses is +/-1% or better. Dynamic range capability >1000 for measurement of broad and multimodal distributions. Measurement of particles of virtually any density using a unique analysis method developed by CPS (US Patent 5,786,898). Wide range of data presentation options including multiple distribution overlays.
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