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[7 Nov 2018 | ]
Work in engineering – Lottie Tour!

Malvern Panalytical is a supporter of WES – the Women’s Engineering Society, who are organizing the third LottieTour this year for Tomorrows Engineers Week #TEWeek18, 5th to 9th November 2018.  During the week, Lottie Dolls will be taking part in the types of work that we do in R&D, keep an eye on the #LottieTour to see what Lottie does during her week here.
During Future Engineer’s week, The Malvern site of Malvern Panalytical hosted ‘Stargazer Lottie’ for a week of work experience. The purpose of her visit was to find out …

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[6 Nov 2018 | ]
How to increase the lifetime of your fusion instrument?

It’s not a surprise: No matter which high-quality product you buy, you always need to take good care of it so it entirely fulfills your expectations.
Think about the following points when unpacking your brand-new Claisse® instrument (or apply them to your current instrument, since it’s never too late to change). They might save you considerable time and money!
The environment
Did you know that many problems can be avoided by only placing your fluxer in a well-ventilated and dust-free environment?
The accumulation of dust can in fact lead to dysfunction of critical mechanisms, …

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Laser Diffraction, Mastersizer, Particle size, Tech Talk »

[1 Nov 2018 | ]
The Mastersizer is the choice for particle size research – but don’t just take our word for it

Are you pondering which laser diffraction particle size analyzer to use for your scientific research?
Many people consider the number of Google Scholar publication references as an indicator of acceptance of a particular scientific instrument’s technique, performance, and value. The higher the number of publications, the more credibility people tend to offer towards the choice of that instrument for their important research needs.
After doing a search on Google Scholar for references to the Mastersizer 3000 as well as the Mastersizer 2000, and then comparing versus several other models of laser diffraction …

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Customer experience, Laser Diffraction, Particle size, Spraytec »

[31 Oct 2018 | ]
“It’s impossible to know what happens in the fog of war”

“It’s impossible to know what happens in the fog of war” said a former US Secretary of State.  But the scientists at Sandia Labs in New Mexico are working to fix that, with the help of a Spraytec laser diffraction system.
The Spraytec is used to measure the droplet size of the airborne droplets, to verify the fog being created is an accurate replica of what is found in nature.  By creating fog droplets with a known droplet size, fog environments are created that accurately replicate those found in specific situations. …

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