Particle Counting

The PAMAS particle counter uses the obscuration of laser light to determine a particle's size.  As this system is counting every particle that passes the laser, it can also determine the total particle count of a sample. 

Due to the small sample size required by the PAMAS, it can analyse extremely dilute samples; 
in 3 ml of liquid. As the PAMAS is calibrated in accordance with USP standards, pharmaceutical testing can be completed. 

The particle measuring range is 0.7 um to 200 um.

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Last Updated on Monday, 22 November 2010 23:16