Fecha registrada: June 08 2017

Duration: 30 minutes 46 seconds

For an experienced sieve user, making the switch to laser diffraction is an attractive option, but the method transfer step can be daunting. In this webinar we will examine the practicalities of moving to laser diffraction from sieving. First, we will discuss the issues involved in the method transfer and why the results from the two techniques are often different. Then I will demonstrate the tools available within the Mastersizer 3000 software to support ex-sieve methods.

Table of contents
1. Welcome
00:11
2. Introduction
00:27
3. Introduction
03:25
4. Particles come in many different shapes (as well as sizes)
01:18
5. Concept of equivalent spherical diameters
00:55
6. Comparing laser diffraction and sieving
01:17
7. The shape effect
00:41
8. The shape effect
00:31
9. The shape effect
01:07
10. Comparing laser diffraction and sieving
00:05
11. The sieving process
02:04
12. Sieving for particle size control
02:27
13. Single sieve transfer to Mastersizer 3000
00:56
14. Software Demonstration
00:00
15. Mastersizer 3000 result
00:47
16. Using the correlation method
02:10
17. Sieving for particle size control
01:28
18. Sieving for particle size control
00:58
19. Sieve stack transfer to Mastersizer 3000
01:11
20. Sieve stack transfer
00:51
21. Sieve stack transfer
02:03
22. Software Demonstration
00:00
23. Comparison with extended result
01:07
24. Summary
01:08
25. Thank you for your attentionAny questions?
03:34
26. Contact Information
00:05