Capillary flow porometer makes Pittcon debut
Porometer 3G at Pittcon Expo
At Pittcon Expo 2011 Quantachrome Instruments will be exhibiting its latest measurement instruments such as Porometer 3G and also analysers for surface area, pore size, density and zeta potential.
The Porometer 3G is a capillary flow porometer for measuring through-pore sizes of filters and membranes and is available in four versions, each one a compact bench top unit.
Also to be shown, the Autosorb-iq gas sorption analyser that debuted at last year's Pittcon is now available in a larger range of versions to meet the needs of an ever-broadening range of applications.
For example, the Autosorb-iq offers combined physisorption and chemisorption roles in a single unit for total catalyst characterisation, or dual-sample micropore analysis for increased throughput when characterising the latest generation of advanced porous materials such as metal organic framework materials (MOFs).
Knowledgable staff will be on hand to discuss instrument capabilities and to advise on the best instrument for each possible application.
Quantochrome Instruments will be at booth 3335 of Pittcon Expo, the annual conference for laboratory science, which will be held in Georgia, US, 14-17 March 2011.
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