Particle Counter


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Particle Counter

 

a device for the detection and counting of charged particles. Particle counters include Geiger counters, proportional counters, scintillation counters, and some other nuclear radiation detectors.

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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 measurements were carried out using particle counters calibrated by the manufacturer (Met One, Model HHPC-6), which yielded counts of particles in six size ranges: 0.
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.
Using light obscuration technology, the new particle counter produces accurate and reliable test results in just two minutes.
The latest Particle Counter used with the machine allows the customer to choose between four different models.
Has online/real-time particle counter to measure the cleanliness of the oil as it is flowing through the system so operators know exactly when cleaning is done without any downtime for testing.
The particle counter first enlarges the particles by condensing a vapor onto each particle and then detects the droplets, now several microns in diameter, via light scatter.
Close Invoice Finance's Andrew Radley (left) and FMS director Barry Hill show off an air particle counter
An in-line particle counter mounted in the SRS mobile unit is used to monitor ISO codes on a real-time basis.
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.