NIMBUS

NIMBUS

Product Details The compact table-top measurement instrument NIMBUS is the efficient implementation of the tried and tested ultrasonic extinction technology for the analysis of individual fluid samples with low viscosity in the laboratory. The acoustic measurement process offers outstanding capabilities for particle size analysis of less than 0.1 µm to 3,000 µm, even in highly concentrated suspensions and emulsions that are not directly accessible to light-optical methods. Using sound waves means that analyses can be performed in their original state regardless of the transparency of the material system – without dilution or extensive sample preparation. NIMBUS holds between 250 ml and 1,000 ml and carefully circulates the sample volume in a controlled circuit. The sample is scanned with low-energetic ultrasound in the flow measuring cell. Depending on the product, the system supplies a particle size distribution resolved across 31 categories every 1 to 2 minutes and determines the concentration of disperse solids or droplets, respectively.

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Product Details The compact table-top measurement instrument NIMBUS is the efficient implementation of the tried and tested ultrasonic extinction technology for the analysis of individual fluid samples with low viscosity in the laboratory. The acoustic measurement process offers outstanding capabilities for particle size analysis of less than 0.1 µm to 3,000 µm, even in highly concentrated suspensions and emulsions that are not directly accessible to light-optical methods. Using sound waves means that analyses can be performed in their original state regardless of the transparency of the material system – without dilution or extensive sample preparation. NIMBUS holds between 250 ml and 1,000 ml and carefully circulates the sample volume in a controlled circuit. The sample is scanned with low-energetic ultrasound in the flow measuring cell. Depending on the product, the system supplies a particle size distribution resolved across 31 categories every 1 to 2 minutes and determines the concentration of disperse solids or droplets, respectively.