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METTLER TOLEDO receives POWTECH award for Top Innovation in Particle Characterization and Material Sciences

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Dr. Markus Adamczyk, representing METTLER TOLEDO, accepts the award for top innovation in particle characterization and material science from Frank Jablonski and Gerd Kielburger

A couple of weeks ago, I posted an article about my colleagues’ attendance at POWTECH in Nuremberg. I was recently informed that while in Nuremberg, they accepted an award for this year’s most outstanding innovation in the field of Particle Characterization and Material Science at POWTECH. I thought I would share some of the details with you:
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World Congress on Particle Technology 6: FBRM and PVM real-time particle system characterization at WCPT6 in Nuremburg, Germany (26-29 April, 2010)

POWTECH-WCPT6-Nuremburg-METTLER-TOLEDO-FBRM-C35The particle size distribution is a critical parameter in process efficiency and product quality in many pharmaceutical, chemical and industrial processes. The real-time measurement of particle count, dimension and shape of particles as they actually exist in process provides critical process information that speeds up process understanding and enables a better means of real-time measurement and control.

At next week’s World Congress on Particle Technology in Nuremburg, two of my colleagues will be presenting papers covering research and case studies covering a variety of applications of real-time measurement of particle systems using on-line particle characterization tools.

The titles of the four papers that will be presented are listed below :

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