particle counter


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particle counter

An electronic device for counting and differentiating cells, platelets, and small particles according to their volume.
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Proper assessment of the concentration of particles in protein drugs within specified diameter limits [1,2] requires that particle counters accurately measure both particle count and diameter.
8220;The AXI Portable Particle Counter is a cost-effective tool that enables maintenance and technical personnel to measure and understand the cleanliness of fuel stores.
The particle number concentrations were measured by two instruments: A TSI P-TRAK Ultrafine Particle Counter was used to measure in the size range between 0.
The SLS-1040 Chemical Particle Counter decreases the size of the particles to 40 nm.
MP Filtri designed the ICM particle counter to use RS485 communication.
Using light obscuration technology, the new particle counter produces accurate and reliable test results in just two minutes.
The APC M3 is a portable airborne particle counter that samples at a rate of 100 LPM (liters per minute).
This month Fluke introduced the first product in their new indoor air quality line, the Fluke 983 Particle Counter, a tool that enables users to measure the presence of airborne particles and identify particle sources.
The PCM400 Portable Cleanliness Monitor and the PFC400W Portable Particle Counter were both made to suit these needs.
Close Invoice Finance's Andrew Radley (left) and FMS director Barry Hill show off an air particle counter
The laser-optical particle counter gave reproducible results for pulp filtrates after the researchers changed the procedure for dyeing particles to reduce the concentration of dye.
But before we tell you about today's featured instrument, the Airborne Particle Counter (APC) Plus from Biotest Diagnostics Corporation, [*] a bit of history is in order.