Laser-Diffraction Particle Sizing Pays Dividends for Wet-Process Monitoring
White Paper Feb 01, 2018
In this article we take a look at how, from the starting point of an appropriate wet sensor, laser diffraction systems can be engineered to deliver to the needs of different process applications. A case study involving the control of an emulsification unit for the production of oil and water emulsions illustrates what can be achieved and the benefits delivered.
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