particle size emulsion stability dispersion suspension analyzer

Why force real world particle size distribution to some secret unknown black box algorithm designed for mono-modal particle size distributions?
Why let marketing trump science? Why not let science trump marketing!

The LUMiReader allows you to correctly measure complex particle size distributions without having to know the refractive index. In addition to accelerating phase separation and stability analysis up to 12 times, all at 1xg.

For the first time ever, you can measure particle size correctly without having to know the refractive index. For those who have ever worked with laser diffraction based particle sizing techniques know this is a big thing. For those who have not, well, just ask around. It really is. Alternatively, if you know your particle size from TEM, SEM, or optical microscopy measurements, you can obtain the refractive index for your dispersed particles.Taking the guess work out of particle sizing in the micron range and higher.

You can also accelerate any emulsion or suspension separation such as creaming or sedimentation up to 12x using the patented Boycott effect. All at 1xg.

Worried about diffusion and temperature based instability processes? Measure aggregation and coalescence rates directly across your whole sample with the three wavelength based STEP Technology™.

Measure, analyze, understand: particle size, mono modal, polydisperse, multimodal particle size distributions, sedimentation velocity distributions, creaming velocity distributions, emulsion stability, suspension stability, particle size, emulsion particle size, suspension particle size, predicting emulsion shelf life, predicting suspension shelf life, flocculation, aggregation, coalescence, syneresis, phase separation, demulsification, emulsification, quality control, product optimization, and other areas for research and development.


Rolling the dice

Las Vegas, Macau, or Monaco come to mind. All beautiful, all fun, and there is a time and place for everything. When it comes to particle sizing you want something more a little more certain and guaranteed.



Analyze your size distribution correctly with the LUMiReader-MultiWaveLength.

Laser diffraction based instruments require you to know the exact refractive index. No easy task for dispersed particles and droplets. Even more difficult for systems with more than two phases.

This is why we invented the LUMiReader MW. Its one of a kind multiwavelength technology allows you to measure particle size without know the refractive index.

Flexibility and power for you.


Resolution

Can your particle size analyzer do this?



With the LUMiReader you can rest assured that if you have a broad or complex particle size distribution you will get an accurate result. Easily resolve multimodal particle size distributions.

Why settle for smeared out Gaussian distributions for multi-modal distributions? Why settle getting an approximate value for dispersions where you do not know the exact refractive index. Why guess and wonder?

Don't take our word for it, try it yourself. Compare laser diffraction based particle size measurements and those of the LUMiReader yourself.You will be pleasantly surprised, we guarantee it.


Magic

Would you consider this action magic?



Can you really do this?

We hear that all the time, when we tell people the LUMiReader can accelerate phase separation by a factor of up to 12 times, while always remaining at 1xg. Yes, just like anything else written on these pages, it is absolutely true.

And while we would love to tell you it is magic, it really is a patented technology based on the Boycott effect.

Do more in less time. Now that is magic.


LUMiReader

Going places the naked eye never could.


particle size| stability | creaming | sedimentation | shelf life prediction | coagulation | coalescence | flocculation | aggregation | syneresis | particle size distribution | creaming rate distributions| sedimentation rate distributions | sediment consolidation| sediment packing | sediment resuspendability | shelf life calculation