Porosimeters



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SA 3100 Surface Area and Pore Volume analyzer  
Beckman Coulter

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A complete solution for characterising the surface of solid materials. The SA 3100 utilises the well-established gas adsorption technique to measure the surface area and porosity of...
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Pascal system  
CE Instruments Ltd

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The Pascal systems are convenient benchtop Mersury intrusions systems small enough to operate from inside a fume hood.  They offer unrivalled determination of Pore size andparticle...
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Sorpty 1990  
CE Instruments Ltd

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The Sorpty 1990 is a static Gas Adsorbtion system for BET Surface area, Chemisorbtion, and pore analysis .
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Pascal 140  
Thermo Fisher Scientific

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The mercury porosimetry technique is one of the most useful methods to investigate the porous structure of solid samples in a quantitative way. It provides reliable information about pore...
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Pascal 240  
Thermo Fisher Scientific

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The mercury porosimetry technique is one of the most useful methods to investigate the porous structure of solid samples in a quantitative way. It provides reliable information about pore...
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Pascal 440  
Thermo Fisher Scientific

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The mercury porosimetry technique is one of the most useful methods to investigate the porous structure of solid samples in a quantitative way. It provides reliable information about pore...
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