Absolute independency of sample pre-knowledge and optical properties
Laser Channel - High Resolution & Accuracy
The DIPA 2000 Laser Channel is a straight-forward technique for determining micro-particle size distribution (0.1 - 3,600 microns), without any assumptions or sample pre-knowledge.
This unique analytical technique is called “Laser Obscuration Time” (LOT).
The major advantage of direct particle size measurement over other laser used techniques is its higher resolution obtained by the individual particle measurement approach that allows minor fraction detection and better measurement accuracy.
Main benefit of using the LOT is that the analysis results aren’t affected by any physical or chemical property of the particle or its medium, enabling reliable and “assumptions free” results.
State-Of-The-Art software analyses the obscuration time as multiple pulses algorithm complex,providing within seconds clear and accurate particles size distribution results.
The DIPA 2000 real time sample visualization capabilities efficiently allow its users to easily monitor sample preparation procedures or contamination presence, and by that eliminating
unwanted analytical results due to irrelevant and/or unwanted fractions in the sample:“SEEING IS BELIEVING”.
The comprehensive information that is generated by laser and video analysis is easily accessible by intuitive data output software.
Data comparison is made easy by the data mining features, which allows overlay graphs and comparison tables to be compiled.
Real images of the measured particles can be easily saved and printed separately or added directly into the analysis report document.
Your Application - Our Technology
Our DIPA 2000 analyzers are highly advanced analytical tools suitable for nearly all of today’s known laboratories and on-line applications.
Our unique products are positioned to meet the challenges posed by today’s application diversity and therefore provide a superior analytical solution for particles size and shape characterization.
Measured parameters: Particle Size and/or Shape
Total particle size range: 0.1-5000 μm
Concentration range: Up to 10⁹ particles/cc (for 1μm particles)
Particle presentation phases: Liquid, dry and airborne phases
System dimensions & weight: 740L x 420W x 240H (mm);14 Kg
Electricity: 100-130V, 205-240V, 50/60Hz, 100VA
Laser: 2mW HeNe, 632.8 nm, Silicon PIN Photodiode Detector
Laser resolution: 0.33% of full scale, up to 0.2 μm
Video Illumination: Synchronized strobe light, adjustable intensity & duration
Video resolution: B&W CCD camera, NTSC 640x480 pixels, PAL 768x572 pixels
Software Packages: Windows XP; MS Office; DIPA-2000 compatible S/W package
FDA: 21 CFR part 11 compliant
ISO: Compliant to numerous ISO-methods
Modular measurement cells: Liquids, emulsions, dry powders, fibers, magnetic particles, heated liquids and aerosols
Available Accessories: Automatic liquid flow controller, dry powder disperser, dry powder feeder, temperature controller, aerosol controller and compatible PC
Soil; clay; sand; kaolin.
Ocean water; tap water; waste water; dust; membrane filtration; flocculation.
Powders; suspensions; syrups; emulsions; pastes; micro-carriers; injectable solutions; collagen; microcapsules; drug powders.
Pesticides; dispersants; catalysts; resins; emulsions; preservatives.
Alumina; silica; magnetic powders; tungsten; sintered products; stainless steel; strontium; cobalt.
Coal; fuels; slurries; shale oil emulsions; fly ash.
Emulsions; fine powders; beer; coffee; chocolate; ground products; agglomerated crystals; flour; peanut butter; corn-flakes.
Polymers; oil droplets; wear particle; chalk; fillers; toners; pulp & paper; coatings; pigments; PVC; paint.
Bacteria; smears; yeast; inhalation toxicology; cell research; algae growth; blood analysis.