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Morphologi G3

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The Morphologi G3 provides an advanced yet easy to use particle characterization tool for the measurement of particle size and particle shape from 0.5 microns to several millimeters. In one instrument it offers the flexibility required for R&D and troubleshooting applications, and user-independent results and the validation required for automated QC analysis. The technique is often used in conjunction with laser diffraction particle sizing, to gain a deeper understanding of product or process behavior.

The Morphologi G3 measures the size and shape of particles using the technique of static image analysis. Fully automated and with integrated dry sample preparation makes it the ideal replacement for costly and time-consuming manual microscopy measurements.

Automated SOP control for unattended operation and reproducible results boosting productivity
Excellent quality microscope images ensuring accurate characterization
Integrated dry powder dispersion with accurate dispersion energy control automates sample preparation for repeatable and reproducible measurements of both fragile and robust materials
Advanced manual microscope control mode providing increased value as a shared laboratory resource
Rapid automatic particle counting on membrane filters
Powerful and intuitive software interface making both visual and statistical interpretation of your data easier than ever.
Product Morphologi G3
Company Malvern Instruments Limited
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Malvern Instruments Limited
Grovewood Road Malvern Worcestershire WR14 1XZ UK

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