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UPDATE: New address and COVID-19


Meritics are moving offices this week, as of Monday 23rd March our new address will be: Unit 3, Clipstone Brook Industrial Estate, Cherrycourt Way Leighton Buzzard LU7 4GP We will do our upmost to limit any disruption however on Friday 20th March our server will be down whilst it moves to the new site so […]

Mercury Scientific Revolution ASTM Paper


ASTM COMMITTEE B09 WORKSHOP ON POWDER CHARACTERISATION W. Brian James Introduction New powder characterization tests such as the rotating drum and the Freeman FT4 rheometer have been introduced in recent years. These instruments have yet to be standardized for use with metal powders. Greg Martiska, Mercury Scientific Inc., presented the results of testing with the […]

LS 13320 XR – Particle Size Analysis Application Note


Introduction Particle size analyses have become indispensable in many areas and applications of mechanical process engineering. On the basis of the results, it is possible, inter alia, to: • Control product quality • Detect possible process fluctuations • Optimize the production process • Determine the influence of machine and company size The measurement should be […]

Spectradyne Wedbinar at Future Tech Week


Anasysta in cooperation with Spectradyne and VES4US H2020 FETOPEN project is offering an exclusive introductory workshop of the Spectradyne nCS1 Nanoparticle Size Analyser followed by an exhibition event of VES4US organised in the framework of Future Tech Week. Please send your questions, comments and feedback to: Click one of the links below to attend: […]

Application Note – RM200PLUS Yoghurt


Food Industry: Choosing the best spindle to analyse yoghurt USE Non-blended set yoghurt has a gelified texture at rest which can be a problem during viscosity measurements using cylindrical spindles. This study shows the impact of choosing a measuring system to analyse such a product. A flow curve in geometric mode enables the rheological behaviour […]

nCS1 – Nanoparticle Application Note


Measurement of All Nanoparticle Material Types The Spectradyne nCS1 employs a novel implementation of the resistive pulse sensing method to count and size nanoparticles quickly and with high resolution. Sizing precision of ±3% is typically achieved, with measurement rates up to 10,000 particles/s. Because particles are measured electrically in the nCS1, not optically, particles composed […]

A Head-to-Head Comparison – Spectradyne’s nCS1TM vs Optical Tracing and Dynamic Light Scattering


The Spectradyne nCS1 is the only bench top nanoparticle sizing technology that provides high-resolution size distributions and accurate concentration measurements for particles in the 50 – 2000 nm diameter size range. The technology employs a novel implementation of the resistive pulse sensing method to rapidly count and size individual nanoparticles in a sample, with typical […]

Where’s my Peak? – Spectradyne nCS1


Separating truth from fiction in label-free measurements of EV’s Introduction As therapeutic and diagnostic applications of extracellular vesicles (EVs) proliferate, accurate characterization of the size and concentration of EV populations becomes more and more critical. Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM) techniques are often employed but are expensive and slow. Flow cytometry is accurate but requires labelling. […]