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"We have owned the LS 13320 for many years and it is a reliable, accurate and robust. We have had many other particle analyzers including DLS, Centrifugal, and ultrasonic. The Coulter laser diffraction instrument remains the workhorse for our students and staff. We have had experience with other laser diffraction, many of which are adequate and provide good data but the Coulter remains our favorite."Review date:
25 Jun 2014 | LS 13 320 Laser Diffraction Analyser
The LS 13 320 range are the first laser diffraction analysers designed specifically to meet the needs of the laser diffraction standard ISO 13320-1.
Equally at home in a quality environment or the Research and Development laboratory, the LS 13 320 range provides the analyst with a system that is easy to use, yet technically advanced, that it is able to solve all your particle sizing needs.
Two optical benches are available, the Single Wavelength (SW) covering the size range 0.4 - 2000 microns, and the Multi-Wavelength (MW) incorporating our patented Polarisation Intensity Differential Scattering (PIDS) technology from 0.04 - 2000 microns. PIDS technology provides increased sensitivity and resolution in the sub-micron region.
Our latest generation of sample handling modules have been designed for flexibility and ease of use, and offer differing levels of automation. Module changes can be accomplished in seconds with our unique 'Auto-dock' mechanism. Auto - dilution is available on both the large capacity aqueous module and our small capacity universal liquid module.
Power, flexibility and simplicity are the driving force behind the LS software. The use of SOM's and SOP's guarantee consistency and uniformity of your results regardsless of instrument settings, operators and locations.
Our 21 CFR part 11 configuration button allows you to be just a click away from 21 CFR part 11 compliance and our VCheck program addresses all appropriate aspects of a product's life cycle from development to ongoing performance verification.