The quality control of fine powders can be substantially improved with the new CAMSIZER XT: More precise and faster analysis of particle size and particle shape helps to improve the product quality, reduce rejects and save labor costs, energy and raw materials.
The design of the CAMSIZER XT is based on the well-proven optical particle measurement system Camsizer but is optimized for finer samples (from 1 µm to 3 mm). Not only the improved optical resolution but also new options for material feeding allow for an extended application range. Fine particles tend to agglomerate which makes it difficult to record the properties of a single particle. Therefore, it is important to have various possibilities of feeding the sample to the analysis area to be able to find for each material the optimum between the desired dispersion of the agglomerates and the undesired destruction of the individual particle.
The CAMSIZER XT offers the flexible X-Change system: from the X-Fall module (free fall mode), which is the most gentle method for the material, to the X-Jet module with adjustable pressure and variable nozzle geometry and, additionally, the X-Flow module in which particles are dispersed in liquids, optionally by an ultrasonic probe.
abrasives (medium-size and small grit), cement, detergents and enzymes, foodstuffs (pulverized and granulated), metal and ore powders, pharmaceutical powders / granules / fine pellets, plastic fibers, plastic powders, salts, sand, sugar, wood fibers, ...
|Measuring principle||Dynamic Image Analysis (ISO 13322-2)|
1 µm to 8 mm
10 µm to 8 mm (gravity dispersion)
1 µm to 1.5 mm (air pressure dispersion)
1 µm to 600 µm (wet dispersion)
extended measuring ranges
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|Type of analysis||dry and wet analysis|
|Measuring time||~ 1 to 3 min (depending on the desired measuring statistics)|
|Sample volume||< 100 mg - 100 g (depending on sample and measurement mode)|
|Measuring methods||> 250 images/s, each with approx. 1.3 MPixel|
|Width of analysis area||25 mm (FoV)|
|Measurement parameters||particle size (smallest diameter, length, mean diameter)
Particle shape (aspect ration width to length, symmetry, sphericity, convexity etc., acc. to ISO 9276-6)
|Dimensions (W x H x D)||~ 850 x 580 x 570 mm|
|Weight (Measuring unit)||~ 50 kg|
|Operating unit||Quad Core PC incl. Windows 7, monitor, keyboard and mouse, network card, PC interface cards for hardware communication, evaluation software|
Subject to technical modifications and errors