Mastersizer 3000: Smarter Laser Diffraction Particle Sizing from MalvernVideo
The Mastersizer 3000 is the latest generation of the world’s most popular particle sizing instrument.
The particle size analyzer delivers rapid, accurate particle size distributions for both wet and dry dispersions with the minimum of effort. Measuring over the nanometer to millimeter particle size ranges, it packs exceptional performance into the smallest of footprints, bringing operator-independent measurements that every user can rely on.
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