Supplier's Corner

Malvern Launches Spraytec System

October 21, 2005

Malvern has introduced a new generation Spraytec system for particle size analysis of aerosols and sprays. Spraytec delivers a fully automated analysis of high concentration aerosols and sprays from a robust platform, but has a data acquisition rate four times faster than its predecessor, covers more than double the size range, is driven by standard operating procedures that allow single click operation, and has a sleek new look.
Malvern’s laser diffraction-based Spraytec system is an established tool for particle-size analysis in sprays delivering real-time, high-speed measurements with the complete characterization of both continuous and pulsed events. The new Spraytec has an increased data acquisition rate of 10 kHz, allowing extremely accurate analysis of the dynamics of spray atomization and dispersion.
Spraytec’s optical design, efficient air purging, and the ability to use a range of optical bench sizes overcome the physical challenges of measuring dense, widely distributed sprays and allow the continuous operation necessary for meaningful measurement and analysis. More info: 44 (0) 1684 892456; Website:
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