Fritsch launches new laser particle sizer ANALYSETTE 22 NeXT

June 19, 2020

Fritsch has launched the ANALYSETTE 22 NeXT, a new laser particle sizer (Courtesy Fritsch GmbH)

Fritsch GmbH’s Milling and Sizing division, Idar-Oberstein, Germany, has released its new laser particle sizer, ANALYSETTE 22 NeXT which is said to be ideal for particle size analysis in production and quality control, research and development, or for controlling manufacturing processes.

The ANALYSETTE 22 NeXT Micro has a measuring range of 0.05–1500 µm for all typical measurement tasks or the high-end instrument ANALYSETTE 22 NeXT Nano with an extra-wide measuring range of 0.01–3800 µm for maximum precision and sensitivity for smallest particles with an additional detector system.

The company states that the new generation ANALYSETTE 22 NeXT operates like every Fritsch laser particle sizer with the patented reverse fourier design. The laser particle sizer operates with only one laser and is said to not need an additional light source even for backward scattering. It records the entire measuring range with only one scan, making work faster as more measurements can be conducted at the same time, reports Fritsch.

The company explains that with its reduced design and solid engineering, the dispersion unit of the ANALYSETTE 22 NeXT is designed for especially long service life and is practically maintenance-free.A powerful centrifugal pump, with individually adjustable speed ensures stable measuring in the dispersion unit.

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