Author Archives: Alon Vaisman

Alon Vaisman is a Product Development Manager at Malvern Instruments. Based at Malvern's Westborough, Massachusetts office, he develops and adapts Malvern Process Systems to the needs of various manufacturing operations, working with organizations worldwide to improve and optimize production through the use of in-process particle characterization systems. Prior to product development, Alon headed the Applications team of Malvern Process Systems. Alon's background is in Mechanical Engineering and he has over 15 years of applications experience.

Published 17 Jul 2018

Zetasizer WT wins award for the ‘Most innovative use of an existing technology’ in the UK water industry

Severn Trent and Malvern Panalytical share award for the development of an online Zetasizer for fully automated coagulation control Great news for the fans of zeta potential in water treatment! Zetasizer WT, the first commercial on-line zeta potential analyzer has…READ MORE >

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Published 30 Mar 2017

Cement – composition, structure and fineness – Q&A

The recently announced merger of Malvern Instruments and PANalytical could not be better timed from the Cement industry’s perspective. Both companies are market leaders in their respective technology fields – Malvern in particle characterization and PANalytical in elemental and mineralogical…READ MORE >

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Published 1 Jun 2016

How the Zetasizer WT helps Canadian’s Water treatment plants

Fort McMurray is a small town in Canada caught in the grip of a natural disaster – a large wildfire burning southwest of the city. More than 100,000 residents of the city and the surrounding area were evacuated. As fire swept…READ MORE >

Published 14 Jan 2016

Innovative product award – Zetasizer Water Treatment

We are delighted to let you know that one of our new products, the Zetasizer WT, a dedicated on-line zeta potential analyzer for the Water Treatment industry won an Innovation award recently. The event was held in November 2015 at the headquarters of Severn Trent Water in…READ MORE >

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Published 25 Aug 2015

Probing the mysteries of the granulator

When it comes to scale-up, processes which are based on mixing are often particularly challenging. Critical geometries shift as vessel size is increased and mixing regimes can vary as a function of scale, even when using established scale-up protocols based…READ MORE >