Did you miss our webinar last month? If so, I’m here to help you catch up!
Characterization of the Size and Molecular Weight and Oligomeric State of Proteins using the Malvern Zetasizer Systems in batch and flow modes
The Malvern Zetasizer series of instruments are well established for characterization of the size, molecular weight and oligomeric state of proteins in solution. This presentation discusses the capabilities and performance of the Malvern Zetasizer Nano and µV systems for these measurements. These systems also have the ability to measure those properties in both …
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Did you miss our webinar in February? If so, I’m here to help you catch up!
The Masterclass 1: Laser Diffraction Explained
This webinar will introduce the basic principles behind the technique, explaining how a laser diffraction measurement is carried out, how particle size distributions are calculated, some of the differences which exist between laser diffraction and other techniques for particle size analysis, and example applications of laser diffraction.
The importance of size reduction and agglomeration processes in the mining, minerals, and metals (MMM) industries
Size reduction and agglomeration are two of the important …
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Keen followers of Malvern news will remember the announcement of an ongoing partnership between Malvern Instruments and International Innovation Technologies, IIT Ltd. Well now we’re ready to take our relationship to the next level and announce a joint webinar! Entitled “IIT and Malvern Instruments: partners in the innovation of compact energy efficient milling and classification solutions” the webinar will focus on the role of real-time particle sizing solutions in milling and classification applications.
A match made in heaven
IIT specialises in the design and manufacture of powder milling and classification technology. Our …
A great deal happened in 2012. CERN (European Organization for Nuclear Research) announced the discovery of the Higgs Boson, London hosted a spectacular Olympics and the Malvern blog notched up its 2nd birthday! From lasers and light scattering to viscometers and volcanoes, it was an incredible year at Malvern. So, as we begin 2013 I’d like to say a big thank you to all the authors who have contributed to our blog and to making it such a success. I’m looking forward to reading more this year, from the serious …Read the full story »
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Switching from manual operation to fully automated real-time monitoring and advanced process control
Few years ago Vulcan Materials Company upgraded its cement finishing circuit by installing an Advanced Process Control (APC) solution from Pavilion Technologies, a Rockwell Automation company, and real-time particle size analysis from Malvern Instruments. Together these solutions have transformed operation, highlighting more productive control strategies and delivering major gains, including:
A 15% improvement in one-day strength (although the plant is now targeting a 10% lower Blaine)
A 20% reduction in specific energy consumption, the amount of energy used to mill …Read the full story »
An earlier blog included a rare picture of me in a hard hat, during a visit to a cement customer site in Italy. At the time I couldn’t give any more details about the visit because we were still working to develop the story.
Now, I can – because the news is out A good day for me because it makes me both proud and happy to see such a useful and interesting customer story published.
Improving cement manufacture
The original picture was taken at the Sacci S.p.A site in Tavernola which is …
Hello, my name is Severine Michel and I am the Marketing Executive for Process Systems. As you might have guessed from my name I’m French, but as I’ve now lived in Malvern for almost ten years England feels like home. The weather here can sometimes be a bit miserable and I wish I could speak English as easily and perfectly as my children but other than that I’ve got few complaints. Malvern is a really nice town to live in.
I handle all the marketing activities for the Process team at …