Particle Analysis Service (PAS) offers business and industry, as well as cooperative research centre partners and universities, a prompt, reliable material characterisation service. Particulate material is encountered in most industries at some stage of production. It may be in the form of raw materials, finished or intermediate products, nuisance dusts and waste products. This analysis includes particle size measurement, surface area/pore structure analysis, zeta potential analysis, microscopy & image analysis.
Particle Counter Software is used to determine the number of particles present on the surface. This tool is a direct answer to the problem of characterizing the particle size distribution in a non-diluite bifasic system through image analysis.
Particle sensors detect the particle and convert information about that particle into an electronic signal, which is then fed into the counting circuitry. There are two primary types of particle sensors that are used for water treatment. The most common uses light as the basis of measurement. The other uses electrical conductivity.