Tag Archives: ISO


Published 27 Oct 2020

Safe Environments Pty Ltd, Australia’s first NATA accredited lab for respirable silica ISO compliance

Industry members depend on service

Previous testing of respirable silica dust using FTIR was providing

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Published 23 Apr 2019

Light scattering ISO standard anyone [ISO13321, ISO22412]?

What is the standard for dynamic light scattering? How can we ensure compliance with recommended light scattering quality standards? Is there an international standard for light scattering? Recently an interesting question arrived at our help desk about the validity of…READ MORE >

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Published 11 Dec 2018

Safety for all our products

Have you ever wondered whether high-tech products are safe, or do you just take their safety for granted? Many Malvern Panalytical solutions are based on potentially hazardous techniques such as laser or X-Ray radiation and must therefore meet the requirements…READ MORE >

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Published 11 Jun 2013

Brain like a sieve? Compare laser diffraction and sieving for particle size measurements

Some of my colleagues might say that I have a brain like a sieve : I’m not sure, but I don’t think they mean I classify everything into discrete particle size fractions 🙂 ! Sieving is still a very widely…READ MORE >

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Published 9 May 2013

Introduction to Ronexprim: Malvern’s distributor in Romania

Lire ce blog en Français – Citiți acest blog în limba română RONEXPRIM has been active in the Romanian market since 1991, when it started as agency and service of the Dutch company PHILIPS. Ronexprim specialises in measurement and control…READ MORE >

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Published 13 Nov 2012

What makes particle sizing smarter?

As a diffraction specialist at Malvern, the topic of my latest webinar was smarter particle sizing, and how to make laser diffraction an open access technique in your lab. In this webinar I covered some of the things we have…READ MORE >

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Published 28 Jun 2012

Graz, ISO and bird nests

The ISO particle characterization technical committee is actually a subcommittee… SC4 of ISO TC24 being that subcommittee. TC24 is “particle characterization including sieving”. SC4 is that part that isn’t concerned with sieves. It is the most active subcommittee of TC24…READ MORE >

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Published 24 Jan 2011

Evolution of particle sizing technique

In the previous blog of this series, ‘Why has laser diffraction endured?’ I waxed lyrical about what Leonardo da Vinci may have thought of laser diffraction. Now that I find myself on the brink of a discussion covering the evolution…READ MORE >

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Published 24 Nov 2010

Does my sample look big in this?

As a new voice on the Malvern blog – but possibly a familiar one if you’re a regular at Malvern webinars and industry events – I think a brief introduction is called for.  I’m Alan Rawle, Applications Manager for Malvern…READ MORE >

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