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Heath Scientific is pleased to announce they have been appointed UK distributors of Microtrac's Particle Size Analysers.

Nanotechnology Particle Size Measurement Solutions

UK | Posted on August 12th, 2008

The product line-up includes the laser diffraction based S3500 particle size analyser with a measurement capability of 0.02 to 2800 micron. The S3500 is available with Wet and/or Dry Sample Delivery Controller options. The Nanotrac particle size analyser caters for measurement of nanoparticles from 0.8 to 6500 nanometers and utilises Dynamic Light Scattering technology.
Both systems are operated through the versatile Microtrac FLEX software package; measurements can be made in a matter of seconds. The primary functions of making measurements, saving and retrieving data are easily achieved through intuitive menu driven software which combines flexibility and ease of use. FLEX software is fully validated with audit tracking in compliance with 21 CFR Part 11.

To arrange an instrument demonstration contact Heath Scientific.

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Contacts:
Heath Scientific Co Ltd
1 North House, Bond Avenue
Bletchley, MK1 1SW, UK
T. +44 1908 646700
F. +44 1908 645209
Steve Stones

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