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Parsum IPP 70-S

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Compact, lightweight and easy to install, the Parsum IPP-70-S probe delivers in situ, real-time size and velocity measurements for solid particles up to 6000 µm in size. Dustproof and waterproof, and requiring no sampling or calibration, it provides continuous process monitoring at high and fluctuating solids loadings, even for abrasive, greasy or sticky particles.

Parsum IPP 70-S is the standard instrument option. Used in the chemical, food and pharmaceutical industries for endpoint detection, process control/optimization and real-time QC, it is applied in unit operations such as grinding, agglomeration, granulation, sieving and spray drying.

Lightweight and easy to install for rapid integration into new and existing processing plant.
Wide dynamic range for particles from 50 - 6000µm travelling at up to 50m/s.
Reproducible measurement at high solids loadings even with irregularly moving particles - ideal for fluidized bed monitoring.
Real-time measurement and feedback via comprehensive, customizable software.
No sampling or calibration required.
Range of accessories enables application for abrasive, greasy, sticky and adherent particles.
Product Parsum IPP 70-S
Company Malvern Instruments Limited
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Malvern Instruments Limited
Grovewood Road Malvern Worcestershire WR14 1XZ UK

Tel: +44 (0) 1684 892456
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