ATO laser diffraction particle size analyzer uses a highly stable, high-power fiber output laser. The excellent configuration gives it super stability. The fully enclosed design ensures that the particle size analyzer can be tested in complex environments for a long time.
- Model: ATO-BOS-1076
- Measuring Range: 0.1μm~600μm
- Number of Detector Channels: 70
- Accuracy Error: <1%
- Repeatability Error: <0.5%
- Misoperation protection: Prepare for misoperation self-protection function and will not respond to misoperation
- Laser Parameters: Imported fiber output high-power laser λ= 650nm, p>10mW
- Optical Path Alignment: Automatic optical path calibration
- Frequency: 40KHz
- Power: 80W (with ultrasonic anti-dry burning)
- Time: Adjustable at will
- Speed: 100~3950rpm (adjustable)
- Cycle Rated Flow: 0-10L/min
- Cycle Adjustable Power Rating: 25W
- Sample Cell: self-designed boiling sample cell with better dispersion effect
- Sample Cell Capacity: 190~600mL can be tested normally
- Micro-Volume Sampling (Optional): Optional micro-volume fully automatic testing device, 10 ml can be cycled for testing
- Anti-Corrosion Design (Optional): It can be equipped with acid resistance, alkali resistance, oil resistance (including all solvent oils), and organic solvent resistance (all organic solvents such as acetone, phenol, n-hexane, etc.)
- Operation Mode: One-click fully automatic software operation mode
- Test Speed: <1min/time (Excluding sample dispersion time)
- Dimension: 980mm*410mm*450mm
- Weight: 30Kg
- Analysis Modes: Including free distribution, R-R distribution, lognormal distribution, classification statistical mode by mesh, etc., to meet the requirements of different industries for the particle size statistics of the tested samples.
- Statistical Method: Volume distribution and quantity distribution to meet the different statistical methods of particle size distribution in different industries.
- Statistical Comparison: Statistical comparative analysis can be performed on multiple test results, and the differences in test results between different batches of samples, samples before and after processing, and at different times can be clearly compared, which has strong practical significance for quality control of industrial raw materials.
- DIY Template: Users can customize the data to be displayed, calculate the percentage based on particle size, calculate the particle size based on the percentage, or calculate the percentage based on the particle size interval to meet the characterization methods of particle size testing in different industries. Distance, consistency, interval accumulation, etc.
- Test Report: The test report can be exported to various forms of documents such as Word, Excel, Pictures (Bmp), and Text, allowing you to view test reports on any occasion and quote test results in scientific research articles.
- Multi-language Support: Chinese and English language interface support, other language interfaces can also be embedded according to user requirements.
- Intelligent Operation Mode: truly fully automatic operation without human intervention, without interference from human factors. You only need to follow the prompts to add the sample to be tested, and the repeatability of the test results is better.
Particle Size Analyzer Workflow Diagram
Use water or other liquid as the dispersion medium, put the sample powder into the sample pool, and perform ultrasonic cycle testing. It is suitable for powders that do not react with dispersion media (water or other liquids). It can also be used for analysis and testing of liquids with stable test results.
Tips: Laser diffraction particle size analyzer working principle
A laser diffraction particle size analyzer determines the size distribution of particles in a sample. It operates on the principle of diffraction of laser light. A laser beam is directed through the sample, and when it encounters a particle, the light scatters in all directions. The scattered light is collected at various angles by detectors. The intensity and angle of scattering are related to the particle size through Mie theory.
Smaller particles scatter light at wider angles, while larger ones scatter it at smaller angles. By analyzing the pattern of scattered light, the instrument generates a particle size distribution graph, usually displayed as a volume distribution. The software then processes the data to provide metrics such as the mean particle size, median size, and the percentage of particles within specified size ranges.
This method is widely used in various industries, including pharmaceuticals, food, and chemicals, for quality control and research purposes due to its quick and non-destructive nature.