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Particle Size Analysis— Why?  [Garden Stones to Micron Dust]

Posted by Art Gatenby on Jun 27, 2019 8:40:00 AM

In past ramblings on particle size analysis we have touched on shakers, ASTM standards, sieve checking, separating small particles, inhibitors like static charges and how to get sieve tests done.  A couple of things that we rarely addressed.

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Topics: Sieve Shakers, Particle Size Analysis, Sieve Testing, Quiet sieve shakers, micron particles, nanometer particles, laser diffraction, segmentation

New Methods of Controlling Sample Temperatures [Water Baths to Peltier Plates]

Posted by Amanda Ranowsky on Jun 24, 2019 8:30:00 AM

Peltier temperature control is becoming more common in viscosity testing, but traditional water baths are still the norm for many companies. Should you switch Peltier-based temperature control for you critical samples?

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Topics: Measure Viscosity, Viscometers, Viscosity, viscometer, rotational viscometer, differences in rotational viscometers

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