By monitoring particles continuously, ParticleTrack G600B enables scientists to determine optimized operating conditions.
Columbia, MD (PRWEB) February 22, 2016
METTLER TOLEDO is pleased to announce that the ParticleTrack G600B with FBRM technology is now available. Using the FBRM Method of Measurement, ParticleTrack G600B is a versatile, probe-based instrument that is inserted directly into laboratory reactors and production processes to monitor particle size and count in real time.
Particle size and count directly impact performance in multiphase processes. By monitoring particle size and count in real time with ParticleTrack G600B, scientists can understand, optimize and scale-up processes confidently using evidence-based methods.
Particles can change when sampled and be prepared for offline analysis. By tracking changes to size and count as particles naturally exist in process, ParticleTrack G600B allows scientists to obtain process understanding safely and with no delay – even at extremes of temperature and pressure.
By monitoring particles continuously, ParticleTrack G600B enables scientists to determine optimized operating conditions. Evidence obtained in both the laboratory and plant can be used to ensure fit-for-purpose particles are delivered through high-quality processes.
The flexible ParticleTrack mounting system allows probes to be installed in lab reactors, production vessels or pipelines using standard fittings and flanges. The robust probe design ensures continuous and reliable operation with minimal maintenance.
Common applications for ParticleTrack G600B include understanding crystallization; controlling particle size and shape; emulsification; and flocculation.
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