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Best Practice For Inline Particle Size Characterization

 Chemists, engineers, and biologists are often challenged by processes involving particle or droplet systems. Solid or liquid dispersion, homogenization, agglomeration, or precipitation can create variability in product stability and manufacturing throughput. To develop and manufacture world class products at competitive costs, scientists and engineers use inline particle size measurements to optimize process conditions and consistently meet product quality specifications, at the bench or in manufacturing. Continue reading

HANBAT International Workshop on Industrial and Pharmaceutical Crystallization

Crystallization is a complicated process where the final crystal product is a function of thermodynamics as well as kinetic and physical phenomenon. Continue reading

Improve Oil-Water Droplet Separation to Optimize Oil Recovery

At the 2011 PetroPhase 12 conference in London, we presented a poster showing how inline droplet size measurement is applied to optimize liquid-liquid separations. Continue reading

Petrophase 13 – Optimize Particle-Water-Oil Separations in Dark Crude Oil

The 13th International Conference on Petroleum Phase Behavior and Fouling will be held June 10 – 14, 2012 in St. Petersburg Beach, Florida. Continue reading

Inline Particle Size, Shape & Count History: Lasentec® FBRM®

particle size Lasentec FBRM

For over 25 years, FBRM® technology has been used for real-time monitoring of particles and droplets as they naturally exist in process.   Continue reading