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Porometer


Pore Size Distribution


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Gas Liquid Porometry-PRESSURE SCAN
  • The POROLUX™ 100/100NW/100FM and 500 are gas liquid porometers based on the pressure scan method developed for the rapid measurement of through-pores in materials such as filters, nonwovens, textiles, paper, membranes, hollow fibres, etc .
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Gas Liquid Porometry-STABILITY SERIES
  • The POROLUX™ 1000 series comprises research grade gas liquid porometers for the rapid measurement of through-pores in porous materials based on the pressure step/stability method .
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Liquid Liquid Porometry
  • The POROLIQ™ 1000 is a Liquid Liquid Porometer (LLP). This rapid, precise method employed by the POROLIQ™ 1000 allows for testing of pore size down to 2nm and, compared to other techniques .

Membrane and Filter Testing


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LIQUID PERMEABILITY TESTER (LPT400)
  • A fully automatic program runs the selected test. The liquid is collected in a receptacle and the weight recorded by a balance is automatically transferred to the operating software, which calculates the liquid permeability .
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DEAD-END FILTRATION CELLS
  • The dead-end filtration module for single feed liquid filtration (stirred cell) is built in stainless steel and it is suitable for both water or solvent based feed solutions .
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HIGH THROUGHPUT GAS SEPARATION (HTGS)
  • The new High Throughput Gas Separation (HTGS) system is a device designed to run up to 16 different membrane-based separations of variable single and mixed gas feeds simultaneously .
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HIGH THROUGHPUT MEMBRANE TESTING (SPIDER™)
  • The High Throughput (HT) dead-end filtration module for single feed liquid filtration, SPIDER™ is built in stainless steel and it is suitable for both water or solvent based feed solutions .

Membrane synthesis


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MEMCAST™ (PLUS)
  • The automatic film coater MEMCAST™ is ideal for the synthesis of flat sheet polymeric membranes by coating a thin film of a polymer solution followed by the immersion of the films in a coagulation bath to obtain the final membrane via wet phase inversion .