New video shows how Dynamic Image Analysis works

Retsch Technology has launched the fourth generation of the CAMSIZER® system for particle size and particle shape analysis. New product features include an extended measurement range from 20 µm to 30 mm, faster cameras with higher resolution as well as a particle library for direct storage of individual particle images (Fig.). The patented dual camera technology used by the CAMSIZER P4 and animations of the measurement procedure of dynamic image analysis are now presented in a new 6 minute video. This not only explains the measurement technique and software features, such as the display of measurement results as 3D scatter plots, but also shows a variety of application areas as well as optional usage with an Autosampler and a process-line version.

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