particle size emulsion stability dispersion suspension analyzer

Why limit yourself to particle sizing and stability technologies developed only for extremely dilute, uniform, and monomodal distributions? Why not try something new?

The LUMiSizer measures particle size and stability directly across your whole sample for up to 12 samples simultaneously.

With the LUMiSizer you can measure anything from simple mono-modal to broad and multi-modal particle size distribution accurately and correctly. Because you are looking at your whole sample instantaneously, from top to bottom, you never have to worry about missing anything. Measure the true state of your particle size distributions accurately for a wide range of particle sizes, concentrations, viscosities, and temperatures. And do so up to 12 samples at a time.

Measure, analyze, understand: particle size, mono-modal, poly-disperse, 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, particle magnetization, nano-particle dispersions, syneresis, dewatering, phase separation, demulsification, emulsification, sediment compressibility, quality control, product optimization, and other areas for research and development.

The Entire Picture

What do we mean by entire picture?

Traditional particle sizing technologies only look at one in your sample.

With the LUMiSizer you can analyze your whole sample instantaneously. This gives you exceptional resolution, accuracy, and freedom of analysis. Correctly measure broad and multi-modal particle size distributions. It allows allows you to measure emulsion and suspension stability. Do so under various conditions ranging from dilute to concentrated systems, from low viscosity to high viscous dispersions, under a broad range of temperatures, calculate and predict shelf-life. All with one instrument.


Why not make stability analysis simple? Create a standard SOP (standard operating procedure). Add your sample to a wide range of disposable or re-usable sampling vials, place it in the instrument, and press START. And voilà, there are your results, up to 12 samples at a time. Yes, it really is as simple as 1 2 3.


Save time. Run up to 12 samples at a time. Resolve particle size distributions correctly. Measure stability directly. Characterize your dispersion and emulsion for any aspect important to you. Reduce the amount of time it takes you to predict physical shelf life by up to 99%. Automatically get results, numbers, and data you can put to use directly and immediately. Do more in less time.


The Unabridged Merriam-Webster Dictionary defines direct as

di·rect - adjective: from point to point without deviation : by the short or shortest way
“Direct.” Webster's Third New International Dictionary, Unabridged. 2014.. Web. 05 Mar. 2014. .

You can measure stability directly. No need to convert electrophoretic mobilities into zeta potentials, no complex rheological profiles, no G primes and double primes, no dilution, no questions. With the LUMiSizer there is no need to dilute or having to know any of the material properties. Just a simple direct measurement giving you a accurate and real stability measurement.


Can your particle size analyzer do this?

With the LUMiSizer 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. This is the advantage of looking at your entire sample.

Particle Sizing and Stability

This is what you can do with the LUMiSizer. Your complete, all-in-one particle, stability, and dispersion analyzer, 12 samples at a time.

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