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Products:
Mastersizer range
Date:
October 30 2018
Language:
English

The recent Water Industry Awards saw Severn Trent and Malvern Panalytical recognised for the development of the Online Zetasizer, a system that uses real-time data to ensure the correct dose of coagulant is used at water treatment. works. This article from Water & Wastewater Treatment (WWT) magazine explains why the Zetasizer WT is making such an impact on the UK water industry.

Products:
Zetasizer WT
Date:
November 6 2018
Language:
English

Products:
ASD FieldSpec 4 Hi-Res
Date:
November 7 2018
Language:
English

LGC was an early adopter of NTA technology, and has worked consistently closely with the NanoSight product development team of scientists in improving NTA software so that it allows for more accurate measurement of nanoparticle populations in the high serum concentrations which reflect those encountered in toxicology models. LGC was also chosen by Malvern Panalytical to beta-test the flow-based concentration upgrade designed specifically for this purpose. Phil Vincent, Development Scientist at Malvern Panalytical says, “LGC has provided expert application support to aid the development of our nanoparticle tracking technology. Their forward-thinking approach has made them willing candidates for beta testing new concepts and providing valuable feedback which has helped shape parts of our technology.”

Products:
NanoSight range
Date:
November 7 2018
Language:
English

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