At the 5th Asian Particle Technology Symposium (APT 2012) in Singapore (2-5 July 2012), Jarvis Jeejing, process systems applications specialist at Malvern Instruments, will give a presentation describing the use of Spatial Filter Velocimetry technology (SFV) for inline particle size measurement in granulation and fluidised bed processes. This will form part of a conference session dedicated to recent applications of Process Analytical Technologies (PAT) for the development and manufacturing of crystallisation processes. A new white paper, ‘Real-time particle sizing for granulation control’, is available on the Malvern website for anyone wanting to find out how continuous particle size measurement can support their process. www.malvern.com/granulation
Parsum inline probes from Malvern use the technique of Spatial Filter Velocimetry to deliver in situ, real-time size and velocity measurements for solid particles suspended in a pneumatic or gravity flow gas stream. Robust, dustproof and waterproof, Parsum probes simultaneously measure particles in the size range 50-6000 µm with a velocity of 0.01-50 m/s and are suitable for almost any industrial environment. The new white paper examines the applicability of Parsum probes in granulation monitoring and control but also introduces laser diffraction as a suitable alternative for certain applications. Together these techniques provide robust and reliable continuous particle size analysis for the vast majority of granulation applications.
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