HELOS | RODOS & Co. - Modular laser diffraction sensor for laboratory analysis of particle size and distribution from below 0.1 µm to 8,750 µm

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HELOS | RODOS & Co. - Modular laser diffraction sensor for laboratory analysis of particle size and distribution from below 0.1 µm to 8,750 µm
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Modular laser diffraction sensor for laboratory analysis of particle size and distribution from below 0.1 µm to 8,750 µm The proven HELOS series – with its classical parallel beam laser diffraction set‐up – offers a powerful technology for particle size distribution analysis of powders, granules, suspensions, emulsions, sprays and numerous other particulate systems. A size range from below 0.1 μm to 8,750 μm is mastered. The modular system design together with a great variety of dispersing and dosing units provides a flexible adaptation to the most diverse industrial and research applications. Thirty years ago, Sympatec introduced a breakthrough innovation which was leading laser diffraction to another dimension: dry powder dispersion for even the finest, cohesive powders came true with R...Read more

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Average Rating: 4.3

Ease of use
4 out of 5
After sales service
5 out of 5
Value for money
4 out of 5
Rating: 4.3
Ease of use
4 out of 5
After sales service
5 out of 5
Value for money
4 out of 5
  • Review date: 22 May 2013

  • Application Area: Particle Size Distribution

  • HELOS | RODOS & Co. - Modular laser diffraction sensor for laboratory analysis of particle size and distribution from below 0.1 µm to 8,750 µm

"This instrument has been wonderful to use. It has lasted for years and years, giving consistent reliable results. The support offered by the New Jersey, USA office has been second to none. I have never worked with a more responsive vendor. If we are having issues, they typically have a technician on-site within a couple days of contacting them, and have always resolved the issue."

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Modular laser diffraction sensor for laboratory analysis of particle size and distribution from below 0.1 µm to 8,750 µm

The proven HELOS series – with its classical parallel beam laser diffraction set‐up – offers a powerful technology for particle size distribution analysis of powders, granules, suspensions, emulsions, sprays and numerous other particulate systems. A size range from below 0.1 μm to 8,750 μm is mastered. The modular system design together with a great variety of dispersing and dosing units provides a flexible adaptation to the most diverse industrial and research applications.

Thirty years ago, Sympatec introduced a breakthrough innovation which was leading laser diffraction to another dimension: dry powder dispersion for even the finest, cohesive powders came true with RODOS. And with the R series of laser diffraction sensor HELOS, new benchmarks for precision and accuracy have been achieved. Latest improvements comprise enhanced application of parameter‐free Fraunhofer evaluation down to the submicron regime (below 1 μm), the greatest measuring signal frequency for best resolution with range combination technology and more powerful evaluation modes (Fraunhofer & Mie). Laser diffraction is now even closer to absolute standards. Continually, ISO 13320 requirements and limits are considerably outmatched.

KEYWORDS: aerosol, aerosol jet, dry dispersion, dry powder feeder, free aerosol jet, laser diffraction, particle characterization, particle size, particle size analyzer, particle size distribution, particle size measurement, particle sizer, spray sizing, wet dispersion

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HELOS | RODOS & Co. - Modular laser diffraction sensor for laboratory analysis of particle size and distribution from below 0.1 µm to 8,750 µm

by Sympatec GmbH

4.3/5.0 (1 reviews)
Ease of use
4 out of 5
After sales service
5 out of 5
Value for money
4 out of 5






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