Date recorded: July 28 2020
Join us as we unveil the new and expanded Zetasizer range: Zetasizer Advance. Dr Mike Kaszuba will introduce the new range and help you to pinpoint which system best fits your particle characterization requirements.
This new family of dynamic light scattering (DLS) instruments builds and improves on the market-leading technologies first seen in the Zetasizer Nano. Launched in 2003, the Zetasizer Nano brought DLS technology to the masses, allowing researchers to detect, analyze and understand particles and particle-based systems with light scattering techniques. Quickly taking the light-scattering market by storm, the Zetasizer Nano family grew to offer several models, covering a wide range of industries and applications.
In this webinar we will walk you through the Zetasizer’s evolution, from the launch of the Nano to the present day. You’ll take a close look at the core light scattering capabilities that enable fast, reliable measurement of particle and molecular size, molecular weight and zeta potential. Then you’ll take a walk with us through subsequent developments, such as adaptive correlation, MADLS and NIBS, to understand how these cutting-edge techniques have brought new intelligence, versatility and flexibility to the Zetasizer Advance range.
We’ll also explain why now is the right time for Malvern Panalytical to retire the Zetasizer Nano range and launch this dynamic new product portfolio, and what that means for you, our customers.
Find out how these exciting technologies line up in the new Zetasizer Advance family. We’ll also explain how the upgradability of the Zetasizer Advance range provides confidence in your decision to choose Malvern Panalytical for your light scattering analysis needs.
Finally, you’ll get an exclusive preview of our plans for the ongoing evolution of Zetasizer Advance, as we share details of our continuing investment in the development of this flagship product portfolio.
All of us here at Malvern Panalytical are exceptionally proud and excited to be making a huge leap in the development of the Zetasizer family of instruments.