Time to upgrade from Mastersizer 2000 to Mastersizer 3000?

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00:00:00 Welcome
00:01:22 Introduction
00:02:20 Introduction
00:04:11 The Mastersizer 3000
00:05:21 It’s time to make the most of your valuable lab space…
00:06:31 It’s time to extend your measurement capabilities for nanomaterials…
00:07:18 ..and for coarse samples
00:09:36 It’s time to increase the number of applications developed using laser diffraction
00:11:02 It’s time to reduce your analytical workload
00:12:20 It’s time to understand more about how your measurement data is collected
00:13:59 It’s time to learn more about the performance of your methods
00:14:52 It’s time to learn more about the performance of your methods
00:16:18 It’s time to gain direct feedback on the quality of the data you capture
00:17:51 It’s time to easily explore the robustness of your chosen analysis settings
00:20:13 It’s time to transfer your methods and product specifications to the Mastersizer 3000…
00:21:17 …but it is not time to leave all your data behind
00:22:20 Finally, its time to benefit from the continued development of the Mastersizer 3000 platform
00:22:49 “The Mastersizer 3000… has met our high expectations. Most importantly we produce data that can be trusted.”
00:36:27 Thank you for your attentionAny questions?Please type your questions in using the Q&A panel on the right side of your screen
00:37:21 Find out more ...

In March 2015 the Mastersizer 2000 reached the end of its 16.5 year production run. Although the system is still supported, we believe that the Mastersizer 3000 represents the most capable particle size analysis system available today. In launching the Mastersizer 3000, we built on the capabilities of the Mastersizer 2000, extending the range of application of laser diffraction and delivering tools which make applications development much easier. We believe the time to upgrade has arrived - watch to find out why we think that is the case!

Why watch? 

Understand how the Mastersizer 3000 can help you obtain more robust and reproducible measurements using the technique of laser diffraction. 

What will you learn?

How the new capabilities which Malvern have engineered for the Mastersizer 3000 can help you work more efficiently. You'll also learn about the support Malvern provide to help with method and specification transfer from Mastersizer 2000 to Mastersizer 3000. 

Who should watch?

Users, laboratory managers and scientists who currently use or rely on the Mastersizer 2000 system and the particle size distribution results it generates.